FOOTBALL: It's do or die for the Netherlands in Group B on Sunday as Euro 2012 starts to get serious.
The group's deciding matches will be played simultaneously, meaning that the sides will not know their fate until the final whistle goes - but the Netherlands already know that anything less than a win over Portugal in Kharkhiv will see them knocked out.
Defeat for Bert van Marwijk's side would see them suffer the ignominy of being eliminated without scoring a single point, but despite slamming his side after their 2-1 loss to Germany the Dutch coach still believes his team can get through.
The likes of Robin van Persie and Wesley Sneijder will be key to Oranje hopes, but overcoming Cristiano Ronaldo and co will be easier said than done.
After losing to Germany in their first match Portugal edged a five-goal thriller over Denmark and a win tomorrow will take them through.
In the day's other contest Group B leaders Germany face Denmark and although Joachim Low's team are heavy favourites they must beware complacency as a defeat could still spell elimination.
Morten Olsen's Danes have looked dangerous at times but cannot afford to give Low's men as much time on the ball as they did the Portuguese.
Meanwhile Group A will be settled tomorrow as co-hosts Poland bid to make it into the last eight in their meeting with the Czech Republic.
A win for the Poles will take them through, whereas a point for the Czechs could be enough depending on the result between Russia and Greece.
The Russians have arguably been the most attractive side in the group but they could still go out tomorrow if they were to lose to Greece in Warsaw.