Australia v Spain (Kick-off 5.00pm) UTV
Poor aul Spain, this match will literally just be going through the paces for the team as the reigning champions have already suffered a shock elimination after losing both of their opening contests. They will be looking to restore some semblance of pride against an Australian team who has also been eliminated.
Netherlands v Chile (Kick-off 5.00pm) RTE2
It's the opposite case with these two teams and given that they are both on at the same time, this might be the one you'll want to watch as both teams are already assured of a place in the last 16. This is only the second meeting between the two nations, with the first remarkably going as far back as the 1928 Olympic Games. A win or loss for either team here will determine who they play in the next stages.
Cameroon v Brazil (Kick-off 9.00pm) RTE2, UTV
A win or a draw will guarantee the host nation's progression to the last 16, should they suffer a loss they could still reach the knockout stage if Mexico also beat Croatia in the other contest. We reckon the Samba boys have got this in the bag though.
Croatia v Mexico (Kick-off 9.00pm) RTE Player
Mexico enter their clash with the upper hand having earned four points to the European side's three, so know that either a win or a draw will definitely see them advance to the next round. While a draw could still prove enough for the Croats they would have to rely on an unlikely victory for Cameroon over Brazil if they are to benefit at their expense.
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