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South Korea v Sweden (Monday, 1pm)
Key stat: South Korea have made 10 appearances at the World Cup, famously getting to the semi-final as joint-host nation in 2002, defeating Italy via Golden Goal on their way to that stage.
Form: Sweden have not won since their first-leg victory over Italy in the World Cup play-offs, losing two and drawing three. Meanwhile, Korea have only one once in their last six fixtures, losing four and drawing the other.
Main men: Sweden's Emil Forsberg is a key driving force behind any creativity coming through the midfield. The RB Leipzig attacker registered four goals and added an assist in qualifying for this summer's tournament.
South Korea's Heung-Min Son will provide the main attacking threat for South Korea, having scored seven goals in 12 matches in the AFC World Cup qualification stages.
Most popular prediction: 2-0 (15/2 with Sky Bet)
Belgium v Panama (Monday, 4pm)
Key stat: This will be Panama's first ever World Cup appearance, having never qualified previously.
Form: Belgium have not lost in their past nine World Cup games and have won their past four. They are also unbeaten in their last six internationals, winning four and drawing two. Panama have lost three of their last six games, winning only once against Trinidad & Tobago.
Main men: Belgium will rely on Kevin De Bruyne to provide transition between midfield and attack, having scored eight goals and adding 16 assists in the Premier League for Manchester City this season.
Panama will rely on Gabriel Arturo Torres Tejada to provide their first World Cup goals after being top goal scorer in qualification with three.
Most popular prediction: 3-0 (11/2 with Sky Bet)
Tunisia v England (Monday, 7pm)
Key stat: The last time these two sides met was at the World Cup in France in 1998. England ran out 2-0 winners thanks to goals from Alan Shearer and Paul Scholes.
Form: England are unbeaten in their last six after going unbeaten in qualifying. Tunisia lost last time out 1-0 to Spain, but were unbeaten in their previous five.
Main men: England captain Harry Kane will be pivotal to England's success, after scoring 30 Premier League goals for Tottenham last campaign on the back of winning the two previous Premier League Golden Boot awards.
Tunisia will look to ex-Sunderland creative midfielder Wahbi Khazri, who provided two goals in six matches in their qualification for this summer's tournament.
Most popular prediction: 0-2 (9/2 with Sky Bet)
Colombia v Japan (Tuesday, 1pm)
Key stat: These two teams last met at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil, where Colombia ran out comfortable 4-1 winners.
Form: Japan have lost four of their last six, only winning once. Colombia, meanwhile, have only lost one of their last six, winning two and drawing the other three.
Main men: 2014 World Cup Golden Boot winner James Rodriguez will be relied on to provide the spark for Colombia, after scoring six goals and adding four assists in 13 games in their qualification for the tournament.
Japan will look to Shinji Kagawa to provide creative flair for them to try and punish on the counter-attack. The Borussia Dortmund playmaker scored six goals in the qualifiers en route to the finals.
Most popular prediction: 2-1 (17/2 with Sky Bet)
Poland v Senegal (Tuesday, 4pm)
Key stat: Poland have lost six of their last eight World Cup games and failed to make the knockout stages in their last two attempts, whereas Senegal made the final 16 in their only previous finals appearance in 2002.
Form: Poland scored nine goals in their final three friendlies and saw off the likes of Denmark, Montenegro and Romania to win the qualifying group.
Senegal's form has been more patchy, drawing three friendlies before losing to Croatia and then beating South Korea in their build up. They did, however, win their qualifying group without losing a game.
Main men: Few teams will be more reliant on one player than Poland at the World Cup, with Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski topping the European scoring charts with 16 of his nation's 28 goals.
In contrast, Senegal's top goalscorers, Diafra Sakho and Mame Biram Diouf, scored just twice, but it is Liverpool's Sadio Mane who is their most talented forward player, while Napoli's Kalidou Koulibaly is their defensive linchpin.
Most popular prediction: 2-1 (9/1 with Sky Bet)
Russia v Egypt (Tuesday, 7pm)
Key stat: Russia doubled their scoring tally from the 2014 World Cup and added another in their five-goal rout of Saudi Arabia, while Egypt didn't even register a corner against Uruguay.
Form: More worrying for Egypt, they have scored just two goals in their last six fixtures, adding to the desperation for Mohamed Salah to be passed fit on Tuesday.
The Russians also arrived short of form, failing to win their six games leading up to hosting the summer showpiece, but destroyed any doubts with an emphatic opening 5-0 victory.
Main men: With three goals coming from substitutes, it would be fair to suggest that Russia' strength comes in depth. Former Real Madrid winger Denis Cheryshev emerged off the bench to bag a brilliant double, surely securing himself a starting berth on Tuesday.
Despite assertions that Mohamed Salah was fit to play, their star man did not feature at all against Uruguay. The visiting fans will be hoping the decision not to gamble on his fitness will pay dividends in the remaining two games.
Most popular prediction: 2-1 (9/1 with Sky Bet)