Australia v Netherlands (Kick-off 5.00pm)
The Netherlands stunned the world with their performance in their first match against Spain, destroying the defending champions 5-1. The Dutch have never beaten the Socceroos in their three meetings to date, but the 2010 runners-up will still start as favourites to claim three points, even though Australia showed that their young squad has promise in their 3-1 defeat to Chile.
Spain v Chile (Kick-off 8.00pm)
Champions Spain face a must win clash against Chile after coming up short against the Dutch on Friday. Meanwhile, a win for Chile would leave them top of the group.
Cameroon v Croatia (Kick-off 11.00pm)
After losing their first match of the tournament, both teams will know that a loss here will have them packing their bags for home, so you can expect both teams to leave it all out on the pitch.
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