Switzerland and Serbia meet in their final Group G game, with both still in contention for a place in the knockout stages.
The Swiss have the better chances and they know that a draw will almost certainly suffice unless Cameroon suffer a major upset against Brazil.
However, Serbia has much less room to maneuver and that should turn into a very fiery affair.
Here’s what you need to know about the game.
Serbia vs Switzerland H2H Results
Current form (last five games)
Team news from Serbia
Serbia will have to wait anxiously for key defender Strahinja Pavlovic ahead of the decisive clash.
The centre-back was substituted through injury in the 3-3 draw with Cameroon but hopes to recover in time. Should he not make it, he will probably be replaced by Stefan Mitrovic.
Serbia Starting 11 (3-4-2-1): V. Milinkovic-Savic; Pavlovic, Milenkovic, Veljkovic; Zivkovic, Maksimovic, Lukic, Kostic; S. Milinkovic-Savic, Tadic; A Mitrovic
Bank: Dmitrovic, Rajkovic, Jovic, Vlahovic, Erakovic, S. Mitrovic, Babić, Mladenovic, Radonjić, Gudelj, Uros Račić, Filip Đuričić, Lazovic, Ivan Ilić, Marko Grujić
Team News Switzerland
Switzerland could recall experienced Xherdan Shaqiri for the game against Serbia, with Fabian Rieder most likely absent.
They don’t have major pre-match fitness doubts, so will almost certainly be going with their proven formula.
Switzerland Starting 11 (4-2-3-1): Summer; Widmer, Akanji, Elvedi, Rodriguez; Xhaka, Freuler; Shaqiri, Sau, Vargas; Embolo
Bank: Omlin, Kobel, Köhn, Seferović, Cömert, Schär, Fernandes, Zakaria, Steffen, Aebischer, Fassnacht, Frei, Rieder, Jashari
It’s essentially a knockout game, so we can probably expect a lively occasion.
To complete the mix, there is also a political history between the nations relevant to some key players in the Switzerland squad. Serbia, meanwhile, are never afraid to take things physical at the best of times.
On paper, however, they are two equal teams, so it will come down to whose top players handle the situation better. Traditionally it’s always been Switzerland, so they’ll probably score again – like they did at the 2018 World Cup.
Prediction: Serbia 1-2 Switzerland