Another full day of action from Brazil today.
The Dutch stunned the world with their 5-1 victory over a hapless Spain, highlighted by a sensational headed goal by Robin Van Persie and a swaggering, two-goal display from Arjen Robben.
Spain will face the 'suicidal' attacking style of Chile at the Maracana in Rio de Janeiro, aiming to get their World Cup bid back on track.
They need a win to avoid an embarrassingly early exit, although they could still go through with a draw, or - theoretically - even with a loss.
The game starts at 1900GMT.
The final fixture of today will be in Group A; Cameroon against Croatia in the Arena Amazonia in Manaus.
Midfielder Luka Modric and striker Mario Mandzukic will spearhead Croatia's effort to keep alive their hopes of reaching the last 16.
Modric has recovered from a foot injury he sustained in the opening 3-1 defeat by Brazil while Mandzukic will make his World Cup debut after serving a one-match ban for being sent off in the second leg of Croatia's 2-0 qualifying playoff win over Iceland.
The game starts at 2200GMT.