Monday 28 November marks the end of the penultimate round of group-stage fixtures at the Qatar World Cup. Every team now has one more match to play before half the sides are sent home.
A draw could suit Spain and Japan but Luis Enrique and his players insist that a win and topping Group E is their only aim
The United States will play Iran for only the second time in World Cup history on Tuesday. The game will be laced with a political undercurrent amid civil unrest in Iran and a major row over how their flag was displayed by the US team on social media, but pre-match tensions do not even compare to what unfolded in Lyon at the 1998 World Cup. It was billed as 'The Mother of all Games'.