The Czech Republic will face Indonesia in a key match in Group C of the 2017 Toulon Tournament on Saturday.
A second win and a possible berth in the semi-final will be the Czech Republic's target for the game.
By contrast, survival will be the key for Indonesia, who lost their first match 1-0 to Brazil on Wednesday, despite a stubborn defensive effort.
While Indonesia found chances and goals hard to come by, the Czech Republic struck three times during an impressive 3-2 win over Scotland.
Before a preview and prediction, here are the schedule and live-streaming details:
Date: Saturday, June 3
Time: 2 p.m. BST. 9 a.m. ET.
It was FC Slovan Liberec striker Martin Graiciar who stole the show against Scotland. The 18-year-old found the net late on to cancel out the brace scored by Scotland's precocious maestro Oliver Burke.
Graiciar was a menace against the Scots, with his pace and perceptive movement constant threats. Afterwards, he indicated how beating Scotland has boosted confidence, per the tournament's official Twitter account:
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Martin Graiciar (Czech Republic striker 🇨🇿) : "We are strong, we can win more games" 🎙️Full reaction ▶️https://t.co/OfgYTAHbWQ https://t.co/PwvCNbn9XL2017-6-1 08:57:04
There were also goals from midfield playmaker Ondrej Chveja and skipper Ondrej Sasinka.
The latter is a tricky forward with underrated aerial power, who could cause the Indonesia defence some problems.
Indonesia struggled to keep Brazil's deep and talented forward line quiet in their last match, but they did have goalkeeper Muhammad Riyandi to thank for keeping the score respectable. The 17-year-old stopper made some fine saves and should expect to be in for another busy afternoon against a Czech Republic squad loaded with craft in midfield.
One maestro in the middle who could cause the most damage is PSV Eindhoven academy product Michal Sadilek. There is an elegance to his game, and the 18-year-old is far ahead of many of the players at the tournament on a technical level.
With Sadilek running the midfield, expect the Czech Republic to boss the ball and dominate between the lines. Their ingenuity in midfield, along with pace and power up top, should lead to another impressive win.
Prediction: Czech Republic 3-0 Indonesia