Two teams seen as the underdogs of Group H – South Korea and Algeria – will look to put their name in the last 16 hat when the two sides face off in Porto Alegre in the FIFA World Cup 2014.
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Korea came away with a point against Russia in their opener, with Lee Keun-Ho's fortuitous goal cancelled out by Alexander Kerzhakov's equaliser.
While that result was not too bad for the Koreans, they would have thought about what might have been had they held on to their lead until the end of the match.
However, a point is not a bad place to start in this intriguing Group H, where Belgium are expected to top the group, leaving Russia, South Korea and Algeria to fight for the second spot.
Korea will head into the Algeria match expecting another tough outing, with the North African side showing their defensive prowess against Belgium before it all went pear-shaped in the final 20 minutes.
"I can't say whether we are going to lose or win but what I can say is that of course we are going to play to win," South Korea coach Hong Myung-Bo said. "In order to get through the group phase we need the points and right now we have just one."
Hong said he is not expecting another try-and-get-past-us performance from Algeria, with the Korea coach insisting their opponents will come out with a more positive mind set.
"Defence-wise I think they were a little bit afraid of Belgium so they focused a lot on their defence," said Hong. "I saw the match Algeria played with Belgium and the Belgium team was very defensive as was the Algerian team and I don't think that is how they will play with us.
"The Algerian team has the same formation of the Russian team but overall the way they carry out the game is very different."
Algeria were dreaming of a major upset after taking the lead against Belgium via a Sofiane Feghouli penalty, only to see Marouane Fellaini and Dries Mertens to score in the space of ten second half minutes to break Algerian hearts.
The North Africans will know they need at least one point from the Korea game, if not all three, to realistically stay alive in the World Cup. "We could have won," Algeria coach Salil Halilhodzic said of the missed opportunity. "We were heroic in the first half.
"At halftime I was sure we would make it. We've missed a major opportunity. But I don't want to blame anyone. You can say I am the one to be blamed, as usual. Belgium is one of the best teams in Europe. My team gave as much as they could in the present time."
Algeria will aim for a consistent performance from minute one to minute 90 to get past the challenge of South Korea.
Expected lineups: South Korea: Jung; Lee Y, Kim, Hong, Yun; Ki, Han, Lee CY, Koo; Park, Son.
Algeria: M'Bolhi; Mostafa, Bougherra, Halliche, Ghoulam; Taider, Medjani, Bentaleb; Feghouli, Soudani, Mahrez.