On the face of things, all should be much more relaxed for the Argentina national team. The Albiceleste join an elite group of nations who managed to win their opening two World Cup matches, making qualification for the second round a foregone conclusion with a game to spare.
Despite booking their place in the last 16, however, narrow wins over Iran and Bosnia-Herzegovina have created some concerns amongst coach Alejandro Sabella, his staff and players.
On Wednesday, the South Americans take on Nigeria, on a high after downing Bosnia themselves and looking to confirm their place in the knockout stages.
What changes, if any, can be expected from Sabella as he prepares to face the Super Eagles in Porto Alegre?