Mexico take on Sweden this afternoon in the third and final Group F fixture of World Cup 2018.
Mexico are almost through to the knockout stage, following victories over Germany and South Korea in their opening two matches, but need a point to guarantee their progress.
Sweden also defeated the Koreans, and were leading world champions Germany at half-time in their fixture, but Marco Reus and Toni Kroos dragged Die Mannschaft back from the brink.
However, a win for Sweden here – coupled with a draw or loss for Germany – will see them through, and they may also qualify on goal difference if they defeat Mexico by a wider margin than any Germany victory over South Korea.
The sides have only ever met once at the World Cup finals, a 3-0 win for Sweden way back in 1958 when they were the host nation.
Their most recent friendly encounter finished 1-0 to the Swedes in January 2009, with Alexander Farnerud scoring the only goal of the game at Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum in California.
Reshmin Chowdhury will be live on BBC Two and BBC Two HD from 2.45pm. Match commentary comes from Steve Bower and Phil Neville.
The match will also be streamed live via the BBC iPlayer.
Wednesday, June 27
15.00 (BBC One) Korea Rep v Germany
15.00 (BBC Two) Mexico v Sweden
19.00 (ITV) Serbia v Brazil
19.00 (ITV4) Switzerland v Costa Rica