London - The South African Sevens team will play New Zealand in the Cup quarter-finals of the Marriot London Sevens after a day of pulsating action in front of a sell-out 75 000 crowd at Twickenham on Saturday.The Springbok Sevens booked their place in the knockout stages after scoring a 100 % winning record in their Pool D fixtures.Neil Powell’s team, missing the injured trio of Kyle Brown, Cecil Afrika and Stephan Dippenaar, scored runaway victories of 43-7 over Portugal and 47-7 France, respectively, before defeating Scotland 26-12 in a much tighter contest.Seabelo Senatla, the Springbok Sevens wing, was in fine form throughout the day. He scored a hat-trick of tries against France and also dotted twice against Portugal and Scotland.Hosts England’s surprise 15-12 win over HSBC Sevens World Series champions elect, New Zealand, now means South Africa (first in Pool D) will tackle rivals NZ (second, Pool A) in one of several mouthwatering clashes in the Cup quarter-finals on Sunday. England defeated New Zealand thanks to drop goal penalty from captain Tom Mitchell to progress to the quarterfinals in an enthralling finish to day one of the Marriott London Sevens.The Kiwis will be crowned World Series champions at the end of tomorrow’s play. However, the London Sevens title is still a huge prize to play for and the SA versus Kiwi encounter will no doubt serve up some superb Sevens action again.The Springbok Sevens have won two tournament titles thus far and played in five consecutive Cup finals earlier this season. They will therefore be aiming to consolidate their second place on the World Series standing and also to end the season on a high note.The Cup quarter-final matches on Sunday at Twickenham:11:28 England v France11:50 Australia v Kenya12:12 South Africa v New Zealand12:34 Samoa v FijiThe two Cup semi-finals are scheduled to be played from 16:47 and the Cup final will kick off at 18:02.