GROUP H teams are the last to hit the big stage with Colombia v Japan followed by the more appetising Poland v Senegal clash.
And the second-round matches start with what could be a cracker between Russia and Egypt.
Poland v Senegal (4pm)
Too many games have gone under 2.5 goals but Poland v Senegal could buck the trend on Tuesday.
All 10 of the Poles' qualifiers went over 2.5 goals with Robert Lewandowski netting The Bayern Munich 16 of 28 and the defence conceding 14.
On the other side Senegal have an equally exciting talent in the shape of Liverpool's Sadio Mane.
I tipped him early to top-score for his country and is 13-5 at bet365 to net and 13-2 to break the deadlock.
Both sides have questionable defences and stand-out attackers so that should bring up over 2.5 goals at 17-10 with Marathonbet.
- Lewandowski to score
Colombia v Poland
In the earlier Group G match Colombia should be too good for an ageing Japan – the oldest squad at the finals.
James Rodriguez will be South Americans' main man but don't rule out a big show from Radamel Falcao who is playing in his first finals at the age of 32.
New Japan manager Akira Nishino only took charge in April and has restored veterans Keisuke Honda, Shinji Kagawa and Shinji Okazaki but his men look set to struggle.
Russia v Egypt (7pm)
The second-round games start with Russia v Egypt and an introduction for Mo Salah.
Liverpool's hero wasn't risked against Uruguay but will be needed as his side try to get off the mark after a 1-0 defeat.
Russia routed a rotten Saudi Arabia side and it will be interesting to see how they fare against better oppostion.
They'll be in confident mood and I'm on a score draw at 4-1 with McBookie with the assumption Salah will be a little rusty. He is 12-5 at Unibet to score on his comeback.
- Russia v Egypt score draw