Namibia will target their best chance of picking up a maiden World Cup victory at this 2015 RWC, while Georgia will want to end the tournament with a win of their own as the two teams clash in a Pool C match on Wednesday.
With Argentina looking likely to join New Zealand in the quarterfinals, the rest of the teams are fighting for placings in Pool C, with Namibia, who play their final match against the Pumas, hunting their first ever World Cup win.
The lowest ranked team at this Rugby World Cup have acquitted themselves really well so far, even competing against the mighty All Blacks.
Now, Namibia will want to make this 2015 Rugby World Cup a tournament to remember by beating Georgia.
"We don't just want to be punching bags, we want to compete and make a name for ourselves," Namibia prop Johnny Redelinghuys said. "Locally we're just a bunch of working guys, working a nine-to-five job, so we've got the preparation in the morning before work and the evenings after work."
Georgia will be a difficult team to beat, though, considering the European side have already picked up a win at this World Cup, when they beat Tonga 17-10.
This match will be all about two great players of the sport – Jacques Burger of Namibia and Mumuka Gorgodze, who was named the man of the match in a 43-10 loss to the All Blacks, of Georgia.
"This will be my last World Cup so I want to make sure that it ends on a high," Burger said. "They're such a great bunch of guys and I'm sure they will follow me."
Georgia were quite impressive against New Zealand in their last match, even if they went down by a big margin in the end. While coach Milton Haig has made quite a few changes to his lineup, he is confident the players can make their country proud again.
"I asked the boys during the week before the All Blacks game to play with a bit of pride for their country, to show the rugby world what Georgian rugby is all about," Haig said. "For large parts of the game that's what we did.
"I was a proud coach then, and I know my players can make me proud again."
Teams: Namibia: Chrysander Botha, David Philander, Danie Van Wyk, Darryl De La Harpe, Russel Van Wyk, Theuns Kotze, Eugene Jantjes; Johnny Redelinghuys, Torsten Van Jaarsveld, Raoul Larson, PJ Van Lill, Tijuee Uanivi, Jacques Burger, Tinus Du Plessis, Renaldo Bothma.
Replacements: Louis van der Westhuizen, Jaco Engels, Johannes Coetzee, Wian Conradie, Rohan Kitsoff, Johan Tromp, Damian Stevens, Heinrich Smit.
Georgia: Merab Kvirikashvili, Tamaz Mchedlidze, Davit Kacharava, Merab Sharikadze, Alexander Todua, Lasha Malaguradze, Vasil Lobzhanidze; Mikheil Nariashvili, Jaba Bregvadze, Davit Zirakashvili, Giorgi Nemsadze, Konstantine Mikautadze, Giorgi Tkhilaishvili, Viktor Kolelishvili, Mamuka Gorgodze (captain).
Replacements: Shalva Mamukashvili, Karlen Asieshvili, Anton Peikrishvili, Levan Datunashvili, Lasha Lomidze, Giorgi Begadze, Giorgi Aptsiauri, Beka Tsiklauri.
Where to Watch Live
The Pool C match between Georgia and Namibia is set to begin at 8 pm BST (12.30 am IST, 3 pm ET). Namibia vs Georgia will be shown live in India on Sony Kix and Sony Six HD.
Viewers in the UK and Ireland can watch the match live on ITV1, with the live stream option on ITV Player. The 2015 Rugby World Cup will be shown live in South Africa and Sub Saharan Africa on SuperSport, while the live stream option is on SuperSport Live Video.
Sky Sport will show the match live in New Zealand, while the action can also be watched via live streaming on Sky Go NZ. Audience in Australia can watch the action live on Fox Sports 2, with the live stream option on Foxtel Play.
Audience in the USA can watch the rugby World Cup game live on Universal Sports, while the game can also be live streamed on Universal Sports Online. Viewers in Canada can watch the game live on TSN, while the action can also be live streamed on TSN TV.