And so, this is it. The final pair of group matches at Brazil 2014.
Belgium head the group and are already in the second round. They need a point to guarantee that they will finish top but in reality, they are likely to whatever happens, bar some very strange results. Their opponents, South Korea, have been completely unremarkable in the tournament but could still qualify with a win tonight.
More probable, though, is that Germany’s opponents in the second round will be either Algeria or Fabio Capello’s Russia. Algeria are currently in second position by virtue of their 4-2 win against Korea in their second match and a draw will guarantee they make the knockout stage for the first time in their history. Russia, like Korea, must win to advance. If they both do, Korea must recover two goals to sneak ahead of the European side.
Let’s see what happens, shall we?
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