Belgium v Russia (Kick-off 5.00pm) RTE 2, BBC1
The last time these nations met at a World Cup finals was in 2002, when they were also paired in the same group. A 3-2 victory for the Belgians however ensured they progressed to the last 16 at the expense of Russia. While Belgium have not played in a big tournament since then but had a solid qualifying campaign that should stand to them.
South Korea v Algeria (Kick-off 8.00pm) RTE 2, UTV
This is one of only two groups without South American representation, with Belgium and Russia the other two nations involved, and this is likely to be seen as the best chance either team has of picking up a victory. This is only the second meeting between the two, and by far the most high-profile, with the other being a friendly 29 years ago in Mexico. So who knows what to expect, in summary.
USA v Portugal (Kick-off 11pm) RTE 1, UTV
The Americans had a great start to the tournament defeating Ghana 2-1 whereas Portugal were thrashed 4-0 by Germany in a disastrous opening fixture for them. Saying that though, Portugal do boast his year's Ballon d'Or recipient Cristiano Ronaldo among their ranks and the Rio Madrid star will be looking to repeat the star performances he gave in the qualifying campaign. You can't rule out the Americans either though, USA! USA! Sorry.
**For all the match times and TV listings throughout the World Cup, go ahead and download our free (and pretty deadly) TV Guide App;