The headline fixture of day six of World Cup action is undoubtedly Brazil vs. Mexico, with both sides looking to build upon opening day victories in Group A. Brazil were hardly convincing in their win over Croatia, displaying a surprising disjointedness that the lively Mexico will look to take advantage of. Miguel Herrera's side totally dominated in their opening win over Cameroon, and certainly have the potential to make life difficult for the hosts.
That match comes hot on the heels of the first Group H game of the tournament, in which Belgium come up against potentially very tough opponents in Algeria. Marc Wilmots' Red Devils have an outstanding selection of young talent, though will have to deal with a great weight of expectation if they're to pull up trees at this World Cup. Algeria too have a fine young squad, though have the added advantage of having flown under the radar to qualify. Don't be too surprised if there's an upset in Belo Horizonte.
The final game of the day brings the first slate of group games to a close, with Russia meeting South Korea in Cuiabá. Both of these sides are very evenly matched, and this game really could go either way. In such a tight group as Group H, they know that a victory would do wonders for their hopes of progressing into the knockout stages. Hopefully that means we won't see a cagey, defensive affair, but a proactive and attacking one in keeping with how the tournament has played out to date.
Belgium vs. Algeria - Noon ET, ESPN
Brazil vs. Mexico - 3 p.m. ET, ESPN
Russia vs. South Korea - 6 p.m. ET, ESPN