Lionel Messi and Argentina return to action at the 2018 FIFA World Cup on Thursday as La Albiceleste take on Group D leaders Croatia in what promises to be a key clash.
Elsewhere, the focus is on Group C, with France facing Peru, while Denmark line up against Australia.
Here's a look at how you can watch Thursday's action from Russia.
Denmark vs. Australia, 4 p.m. local time/1 p.m. BST/8 a.m. ET: ITV, FS1 (1-1)
France vs. Peru, 8 p.m. local time/4 p.m. BST/11 a.m. ET: ITV, Fox (2-0)
Argentina vs. Croatia, 9 p.m. local time/7 p.m. BST/2 p.m. ET: BBC 1, Fox (2-1)
Argentina vs. Croatia
Argentina were held to a draw by Iceland in their opening game and will know they have little margin for error against Croatia, who started off with a win over Nigeria.
Messi missed a penalty against Iceland but will be expected to provide the inspiration for the two-time champions, who are still searching for their best system under manager Jorge Sampaoli.
Sampaoli is expected to make changes for the match, per football writer Peter Coates:
The Argentina coach's failure to find a settled lineup has not impressed football writer Roy Nemer:
There is an abundance of attacking talent in the squad but finding the right system and providing the right support to Messi is crucial if Argentina are to avoid an early exit.
Croatia top the group after a 2-0 win over Nigeria on Saturday, but they did not have to be at their best to secure the win.
They have also seen striker Nikola Kalinic sent home from the tournament, as noted by Agence France-Presse correspondent Kieran Canning:
Yet there is still real quality in the team particularly in midfield with Real Madrid's Mateo Kovacic and Luka Modric and Barcelona's Ivan Rakitic.
Ivan Perisic and Mario Mandzukic also carry a real threat in attack, and Croatia will look to take advantage of an Argentina defence that looked vulnerable against Iceland.
France vs. Peru
France were one of the few big teams to win their opening game and will be hoping to take another giant step towards the last 16 with another victory.
An Antoine Griezmann penalty and an Aziz Behich own goal helped France beat Australia 2-1 in a hard-fought match.
Manager Didier Deschamps is expected to change his team for the clash with Peru, per football writer Matt Spiro:
Les Bleus struggled to break down Australia, and Deschamps will demand more from his attacking players on Thursday.
Peru began the tournament with a 1-0 defeat to Denmark although they may feel hard done by; the South Americans created plenty of goalscoring chances and Christian Cueva missed a penalty.
Sports writer Richard Williams felt they did not deserve to lose:
Peru were the better team against Denmark but were made to pay for missing their chances. They can cause France problems but will need to sharpen up in front of goal to take anything from the match.