Switzerland became the first team at the 2018 World Cup to win a game after coming from behind - a 2-1 victory over Serbia - while Brazil won its first game of the group stage in dramatic fashion on Day 9 by shutting out Costa Rica 2-0.
Coverage on Day 10 begins at 7 am ET on Saturday with Belgium taking on Tunisia at Spartak Stadium in Moscow.
Belgium won convincingly 3-0 against Panama in the first game of the group stage and will look to replicate that form against Tunisia.
Romelu Lukaku is the leading scorer for the Belgians with two goals.
Tunisia almost came close to drawing England in the first game before giving up a late winner to Harry Kane and lost 2-1.
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The second match of the day sees tournament surprise Mexico facing South Korea.
With a win, Mexico could clinch its spot in the round of 16 after a shocking 1-0 victory over Germany on Sunday.
South Korea lost to Sweden 1-0 on Monday and will need a win to stay alive.
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Finally, Germany faces off against Sweden in a mouth-watering matchup.
Germany desperately needs a win and could come out flying against Sweden.
There's bad news for the Germans, however, as centre-back Mats Hummels could miss the game after suffering a neck issue on Thursday.
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