The final game of Wednesday sees Cameroon v Croatia live streaming, with free bets and the latest odds from the Arena Amazonia, Manaus.
The loser of the Cameroon Croatia match will almost certainly be exiting the tournament, after the pair lost their first fixtures.
Cameroon were simply awful against Mexico and only poor officiating meant the score was respectable.
Giovanni Dos Santos had two goals incorrectly ruled out in the first half, before Oribe Peralta scored the only goal around the hour mark.
As for Croatia, they were on the wrong end of poor officiating, as Brazil were awarded a dubious spot-kick with 20 minutes remaining in the first game.
Dejan Lovren was adjudged to have fouled Fred in the box, however the striker made the most of any contact and the decision should never have been awarded.
Neymar scored from the spot to give Brazil the lead for the first time in the match, after Croatia had opened the scoring early on through a Marcelo own goal.
This will be the first time the pair have ever met in international football.
World Cup best: Cameroon Quarter-Finals (1990); Croatia third place (1998)
2010 World Cup: Cameroon group stage; Croatia DNQ
Captain Samuel Eto’o could make way to Fenerbahce forward Pierre Webo, after a poor performance from the experienced man.
Dany Nounkeu was a half-time sub in the loss to Mexico and could come into the starting XI for Volker Finke.
Former Aston Villa midfielder Jean Makoun will be hoping to replace on the of three central midfielders that struggled to cope with Mexico.
Mario Mandzukic will return after missing the opening loss to Brazil through suspension.
The Bayern striker was dismissed in Croatia’s play-off win over Iceland, however will come in for Nikica Jelavic, who struggled on Thursday evening.
After an excellent showing against the hosts and favourites, that could be the only chance Niko Kovac opts to make.
Ivica Olic struggled with his defensive duties from a wide position and could be the other to make way.
Cameroon (4-5-1): Itandje; Nounkeu, N’Koulou, Chedjou, Assou-Ekotto; Choupo-Moting, Song, M’bia, Enoh, Moukandjo, Webo
Croatia (4-2-3-1): Pletikosa; Srna, Corluka, Lovren, Vrsalijko; Rakitic, Modric; Perisic, Kovacic, Olic; Mandzukic