Belgian defence to come under scrutiny again
Canada to give Croatia something to think about
Spain and Germany to serve up a classic
Belgium were arguably the most fortuitous winners of the first round of fixtures in this year's World Cup, as Canada deserved so much more than a 1-0 defeat.
If Roberto Martinez's men don't improve considerably, Morocco will cause them real problems - and I don't expect them to miss as many chances as what the Canadians did.
Walid Regragui's side picked up a decent point in their goalless draw against Croatia, and while pre-tournament I might have expected them to play for a point against Belgium, given the opening performance of the Europeans, they might fancy their chances of all three now.
Croatia saw a five match winning streak come to an end in their Group F opener, and they will be keen to regain the winning thread today as they won't want to go into their final game needing a victory to qualify.
As mentioned above, Canada were very wasteful against Belgium, including missing a penalty. The performance did show a lot of promise though, and they certainly won't fear the Croats.
I am expecting quite an entertaining encounter here, with the Maple Leafs taking the game to the 2018 finalists from the off.
Spain were the most impressive team in the first round of fixtures, as they cruised to a 7-0 success against Costa Rica.
The Germans, meanwhile, were shocked by Japan, as they blew a 1-0 lead to lose 2-1. The likelihood now is that they will line up this evening knowing that a defeat puts them out of the tournament, and even a draw leaves them with a mountain to climb.
Hansi Flick's side need to be aggressive against the Spaniards, and this should be quite a pulsating affair. The goals will surely flow in this one.