Read a preview and watch live match streaming as Nigeria’s Super Eagles aim to tame Lionel Messi and co.
Where: Estadio Beira-Rio
When: 17:00 BST
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Nigeria can book their place in the knockout phase of the World Cup for the first time since 1998 if they avoid defeat to Argentina.
With six points from a possible six, Argentina are already through to the second round and they need only to draw to guarantee top spot, which would almost definitely mean they avoid France.
Nigeria can lose and still qualify as runners up, but they will be in trouble if Iran beat Bosnia and Herzegovina if the other Group F game tonight.
Argentina have been far from at their best so far, scraping narrow wins over Bosnia and then Iran, thanks to a stoppage-time wonder goal from Lionel Messi.
Nevertheless, the South American side are unbeaten in their last seven matches – run of results that includes five victories.
Meanwhile, African champions Nigeria have lost just once in their last 11 games.
These two sides have met six times in the past 20 years, with Argentina claiming five wins.
However, Nigeria thrashed Argentina 4-1 in a friendly in Abuja in 2011. Emmanuel Emenike scored in that game and he is likely to start this evening.