The 2014 FIFA World Cup is rapidly moving through the group-stage fixtures, with the coming days set to see each group in turn move into their final round of matches.
Group C has already seen Colombia qualify for the knockout rounds having won two from two so far, but one more place is up for grabs—and all three remaining teams are fighting for it. Colombia play Japan, and Greece face Ivory Coast on the last matchday, with the games taking place at the same time on Tuesday 24 June.
Colombia boss Jose Pekerman has voiced his pleasure at his side's progress at the finals, but he knows there is more to come, as per BBC Sport:
First of all, we are at the World Cup after such a long period of time, and then having enjoyed consecutive victories with players who are here for the first time, so they are all very positive situations for us. However, we cannot start thinking ahead of time or what might be coming later on.
Here are 10 key factors that could impact on which other nation moves through with Colombia and who claims top spot in the group.