Friday night football continues with France v Switzerland, with latest odds and free bets from the World Cup clash tonight.
Having won their opening fixtures, both Switzerland and France know another victory would give them an excellent chance of progression.
Switzerland came from a goal down to beat Ecuador 2-1, thanks to a last minute winner from Haris Seferovic.
Ecuador had taken an early lead from Enner Valencia, before substitute Admir Mehmedi equalised for the Swiss.
As the game looked set to end all square, Ecuador had the chance to win the match, however lost the ball and were counter attacked and Ricardo Rodriguez crossed for Seferovic who scored from close range.
As for France, they eased past the 10 men of Honduras 3-0, with Karim Benzema scoring twice.
Paul Pogba was fouled in the box by Stoke midfielder Wilson Palacios, who was shown a second yellow card.
Benzema scored the resulting spot-kick, before an own goal from the Honduras keeper and another strike from Benzema sealed the win.
The pair have met 36 times in international history, with France winning 15 and two of the last five.
The last three matches between the two have ended in a draw, the last a goalless draw at the 2006 World Cup.
World Cup best: Switzerland three time quarter-finals (Most recent 1954); France winners (1998)
2010 World Cup: Switzerland group stage; France group stage
Both sides could name the same XI that started in their opening day victories over Ecuador and Honduras respectively.
Admir Mehmedi made an immediate impact of the bench in the win over Ecuador, however Valentin Stocker, the man he replaced, will probably be given another chance.
Rodriguez and Stephan Lichsteiner were a real threat from wide areas and the pair will need to continue to get forward if they are to trouble the French.
Bayern winger Xherdan Shaqiri struggled slightly, however will continue, with Granit Xhaka set for an attacking midfield role.
Benzema’s two goals means Olivier Giroud will continue on the bench, alongside his club team-mate Laurent Koscielny.
Raphael Varane and Mamadou Sakho have been preferred to Koscielny in the heart of the French defence under Didier Deschamps.
Mathieu Valbuena will continue from wide right, with Yohan Cabaye to remain in the impressive three man central midfield.
Switzerland (4-2-3-1): Benaglio, Lichsteiner, Djourou, von Bergen, Rodriguez, Behrami, Inler, Shaqiri, Xhaka, Stocker, Drmic
France (4-3-3): Lloris, Debuchy, Varane, Sakho, Evra, Matuidi, Cabaye, Pogba, Valbuena, Benzema, Griezmann