The 2018 FIFA Men's World Cup wraps up this week in Russia. (Image credit: FIFA)

Just four games to go! The semifinals are set in the 2018 FIFA World Cup (the men's version, anyway), and we'll find out who's the best in a week. England. Belgium. Croatia. France. One of them is going to bring it home this year.

The question, then, is how you intend on watching the rest of the World Cup if you've cut the cord. The good news is that it's pretty simple from here on out. The remaining games — including the third-place game — are all on Fox.

Watching Fox over-the-air

You'll also probably be able to watch Fox with an over-the-air antenna. This generally is my preferred way to watch network channels because the OTA broadcasts look better — they're not as heavily compressed as they are when they're being fed through streaming services.

The key to OTA antennas is to get them as high as possible — on a roof is best, with as few close-by obstructions as possible. You'll also want to make sure it's pointing in the direction of the weakest network signal. To get help with that, we recommend sites like TVFool and AntennaWeb.

If you can't do an outdoor antenna, an indoor model may get the job done. Everyone's circumstances will be different, so you'll want to check things out before the games begin.

See the best antennas for cord-cutters

Watching in 4K with FuboTV

FuboTV is a great streaming option for sports fans. (Yes, even if you've never heard of it before.) It's not the least expensive, starting at $45 a month, but it's got a ton of sports options. And it's got a free 7-day trial available — so there's really no excuse not to do this, even if it's just for the finals.

And that includes the remaining World Cup games — available in 4K resolution and with HDR 10. You'll be able to watch on Apple TV, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, and over Chromecast. It's also available on Android phones with 4K screens.

Get a free FuboTV trial

Watch the FIFA Men's World Cup in the Fox Sports App

If an app is more your thing, Fox has you covered. Do note that at times games being broadcast on Fox or FS1 might not be available in the Fox Sports app. (We'll have to see if that happens with the World Cup, but it most certainly happens with other sports. It's all about licensing.)

Fox Sports app: Android | iOS

The World Cup Finals

July 14 — Third-place game

  • 10 a.m. ET (Fox): Belgium vs. England

July 15 — Championship game

  • 11 a.m. ET (Fox): France vs. Croatia

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