Qatar to exit with a whimper
Goals to flow as Iran and USA renew their rivalry
England to pick up a confidence boosting win
The Dutch only need a point to secure qualification from Group A, but they will want to go through as winners, given that it should produce an easier tie for them in the last 16.
Today they have their easiest fixture to date, as they are up against Qatar. The hosts have been beaten by both Ecuador and Senegal - scoring just one goal and conceding five.
Holland kept a clean sheet against Senegal, and they kept clean sheets in their Nations League matches against Belgium and Poland in September.
Iran and USA have only met once before, and that was a famous win for the Iranians in France 98.
The situation for the Americans is clear - they need to win to qualify. Gregg Berhalter will be disappointed that his side haven't won a game at this World Cup yet - not that he will have been disappointed with his team's performance.
They were certainly the better side against Wales, and they more than held their own against England, but they only have two draws to show for it.
Iran were pretty woeful against England, but they still managed to score twice, and they found the net on two more occasions in their 2-0 victory over Wales.
Carlos Queiroz's men almost certainly only need a point to qualify, so we could see some defensive tactics from them, but given what I have seen from the pair of them so far, I expect there to be goals at both ends.
The hype following England's 6-2 win over Iran quickly disappeared when the Three Lions were held to a goalless draw by the USA.
Gareth Southgate came under fire for not giving Phil Foden any game time in the latter, and it is expected that the manager will bring him in here - as well as a couple of other faces.
England will qualify as long as they don't lose by four goals, but they will want to win and potentially avoid a game against the Dutch in the last 16.
Wales were totally outplayed by Iran, and for the first half against the USA. Rob Page's ageing side have been found out in Qatar, and while they will rouse themselves to play England, they will almost certainly be outclassed.