Japan vs England at 15:00 ET/19:00 GMT
Broadcast listings: Fox Sports 1, Telemundo Deportes En Vivo, and NBC Sports Live Extra App in the USA; BBC in the UK; TSN and RDS in Canada; Optus Sport in Australia
Scotland vs Argentina at 15:00 ET/19:00 GMT
Broadcast listings: Telemundo Deportes En Vivo, NBC Sports Live Extra App, UNIVERSO, and Fox Sports 2 in the USA; BBC in the UK; TSN and RDS GO in Canada; Optus Sport in Australia; DIRECTV and Canal 7 TV Publica in Argentina
Preview: Japan and England have confirmed their tickets to the next round. While the Samurai Blue can still be leapfrogged by Argentina, their four points will land them a spot in the knockout stage as one of the four best third-placed teams. However, the first spot is still up for grabs and should they beat the Three Lionesses, the Asians will win Group D.
Argentina, meanwhile, need a win to secure their ticket to the round of 16. Fortunately for them, they will face a Scotland side that has failed to pick up a single point.
Things are intense in Group D!
Italy U21 vs Poland U21 at 15:00 ET/19:00 GMT
Broadcast listings: Univision Deportes and ESPN3 in the USA; Sky Sports in the UK; TVP in Poland
Preview: Italy's campaign to win a record-extending sixth title continues today as they take on a promising U21 Poland side. Moise Kean will lead his national team once more as they will lock horns with Bielik and Co. This game could decide who will win this group. Don't miss this clash!
Colombia vs Qatar at 17:30 ET/21:30 GMT
Broadcast listings: ESPN+, Telemundo, and NBC Sports Live Extra App in the USA; Premier Sports in the UK; TSN in Canada; beIN Sports and Kayo Sports in Australia; DIRECTV and Caracol in Colombia; beIN Sports in Qatar
Preview: Colombia will confirm their spot in the next round with a win over Qatar. After beginning their campaign with style by beating Argentina 2-0 in their opening game, Los Cafeteros will now aim to make it two wins out of two. Their opponent will be Qatar, the Asian champions that bounced back from 2-0 down to earn a point against Paraguay.
Argentina vs Paraguay at 20:30 ET/00:30 GMT
Broadcast listings: ESPN+, Telemundo, NBC Sports Live Extra App, and Globo TV Internacional in the USA; Premier Sports in the UK; TSN in Canada; beIN Sports and Kayo Sports in Australia; DIRECTV, Canal 7 TV Publica, and TyC Sports in Argentina; Tigo Sports Paraguay in Paraguay
Preview: It's do or die for Argentina. After suffering an awful 2-0 loss in their opening game, La Albiceleste know a second consecutive defeat would throw their odds of progressing into huge doubt. The two-time World Cup champions are winless in their last two encounters with Paraguay but will be hoping to end that run.
Messi will want to open his goalscoring count, but a lack of cohesiveness in the squad means clear opportunities are hard to come by. The likes of Aguero and Di Maria could be dropped, with Roberto Pereyra, Lautaro Martinez, and Paulo Dybala all vying for a start.
Argentina set to shake up their lineup once again
Mexico vs Canada at 22:30 ET/2:30 GMT
Broadcast listings: Univision and Fox Sports 1 in the USA; FreeSports TV UK in the UK; TSN and RDS in Canada; UnivisionTDN, Blue To Go Video Everywhere, Azteca, Sky HD, Canal 5 Televisa, and Televisa Deportes En Vivo in Mexico
Preview: Both sides enjoyed huge wins in their opening Gold Cup games. Mexico dispatched Cuba with ease, scoring seven without a reply while Canada beat Martinique 4-0. This will be the real test. The two sides have met four times before in this competition, with El Tri winning all but one. Can Canada earn their second win over the competition's most successful side? Tune in to find out.
Today's top headlines
Messi prefers Neymar to Griezmann
This might not be too shocking but Messi has gone to the board and informed them that he wishes to play alongside Neymar over Griezmann. This is according to El Mundo, as reports linking the Brazilian with a return to Camp Nou get stronger.
The Barca dressing room reportedly wants Neymar back
Hummels rejoins Dortmund
Mats Hummels has followed in the footsteps of Mario Gotze after it was announced he will be leaving Bayern Munich to rejoin Dortmund. Confirmation came on Wednesday, with the deal costing £38m.
Hummels returns to the Signal Iduna Park