Day 10 of the 2014 World Cup will be the most exciting yet, if you're a fan of blowouts.
Two of the best teams in the tournament will face winless opponents on Saturday. Ugly matches are almost inevitable. At least the final fixture of the day should be a nail-biter.
Here are predictions for and how to watch Day 10 action, as well as updated standings.
|12 p.m.||Argentina vs. Iran||ESPN||2-0, Argentina|
|3 p.m.||Germany vs. Ghana||ESPN||3-0, Germany|
|6 p.m.||Nigeria vs. Bosnia-Herzegovina||ESPN||2-1, Bosnia-Herzegovina|
*All odds are according to Odds Shark
Argentina vs. Iran
Odds: 3-22 Argentina, 243-10 Iran, 226-25 Draw
Argentina only scored one goal on Bosnia-Herzegovina, but Argentina won 2-1 because of a Sead Kolasinac own goal. This should give Iran confidence, especially after it shut out Nigeria. However, Argentina is superior to Nigeria and Bosnia-Herzegovina is more talented than Iran.
An upset isn't happening. Only Brazil has better odds to win the World Cup than Argentina. Only three teams have worse odds than Iran.
Don't make a Costa Rica comparison. Costa Rica scored as many goals in its opener, three, as Iran's shots on goal. Even if Iran's defense plays the game of its life again, it still doesn't have the offense to outscore Lionel Messi and company.
Germany vs. Ghana
Odds: Germany 41-132, 257-25 Ghana, 5-1 Draw
If the United States scored on Ghana twice, what will Germany do after scoring four on a superior Portugal team? (Just in case Thomas Muller's teammates try to outscore him, the record for goals in a World Cup match by a single team is 10).
This one could be worse than 3-0. Only Argentina and Brazil have better odds to win the World Cup than Germany, and if those odds were redone, Germany should be on top after its performance against Portugal. Muller recorded a hat-trick on FIFA's fourth-ranked team in the world.
Ghana competed with the U.S., but neither is on the same level as Germany. A draw for Ghana would be cause for celebration.
Bosnia-Herzegovina vs. Nigeria
Odds: 50-53 Bosnia-Herzegovina, 84-25 Nigeria, 263-100 Draw
Unlike the aforementioned two, this match could go down to the wire. Bosnia-Herzegovina likely would have come away with a draw against Argentina if not for an own goal. And while Nigeria couldn't put a dent in the scoreboard against Iran, it still dominated time of possession and shots on goal.
Of course, if Nigeria struggles to score again, this one won't go down to the wire. Iran's pitiful offense isn't on the level of Bosnia-Herzegovina's.
With so much on the line, though, these teams should be at the top of their game. A winner will have a huge edge in advancing to the knockout round. Bosnia-Herzegovina is the likely winner after it entered the World Cup favored and performed better than Nigeria thus far.
David Daniels is a columnist at Bleacher Report. He tweets, too.