Live stream and match preview for the quarter-final game between the Netherlands and Costa Rica.
Where: Arena Fonte Nova, Salvador
When: Saturday July 5, 21:00
Watch live: Click here to watch on BBC Sport online!
Costa Rica will have an army of neutrals behind them tonight as they bid to continue their 2014 FIFA World Cup fairytale by reaching the semi-finals.
The Central American minnows began the competition as 2,500-1 outsiders to lift football’s grandest prize, but their odds have since been cut to 40-1 following four impressive displays.
After defeating Uruaguay 3-1 and Italy 1-0, Costa Rica held England to a goalless draw and then edged past Greece 5-3 in a penalty shootout.
Goalkeeper Keylor Navas, the hero of the shootout, is a minor doubt for tonight’s game because of a shoulder problem.
Costa Rica will also be without centre-back Oscar Duarte, who is suspended after being sent off against Greece.
Another defender, Roy Miller, is expected to miss out too, having picked up a foot injury.
The Netherlands have a couple of fitness issues of their own.
Midfielder Nigel de Jong is out with a groin strain, but Wesley Sneijder should be fit, despite injuring his back in last Sunday’s 2-1 win over Mexico.
Sneijder netted an 88th-minute equaliser against Mexico, before Klaas-Jan Huntelaar scored a stoppage-time penalty to complete a dramatic turnaround.