Here’s a look at Wednesday’s World Cup matches:
Australia vs. Denmark, 10 a.m., FS1
Australia will advance to the knockout round with a tie, while Denmark can steal the spot if it wins. Denmark has struggled to get going in this tournament, drawing with Tunisia and losing to France while failing to score more than one goal in either contest. Can Christian Eriksen propel the Danish to a famous victory?
Tunisia vs. France, 10 a.m., Fox
France has already secured a spot in the knockout round, and will clinch first place in the group with a win or draw. Tunisia, after its shocking draw with Denmark, still has life and can qualify if it wins and Denmark and Australia draw. French manager Didier Deschamps could play it cautiously and rest key starters.
Poland vs. Argentina, 2 p.m., Fox
With the wrong result, it could be Lionel Messi’s last game in an Argentina jersey. With the right result, he will continue what is likely his last chance for World Cup glory and redemption. All the pressure resides on Argentina, as one of the favorites entering the tournament now can’t afford to slip up.
Saudi Arabia vs. Mexico, 2 p.m., FS1
Group C remains wide open as both teams can still advance to the knockout round. Saudi Arabia owns the moment of the World Cup so far with its win over Argentina, and one of the biggest upsets in the sport’s history. Surely, advancing out of the group would make its team one of soccer’s greatest Cinderellas ever. With a win, or a little help, it can become reality.
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