Day 13 Results
Diego Godin continues to score crucial goals, but was overshadowed by Luis Suarez's alleged biting incident.
A last minute penalty denied Ivory Coast a berth in the knockout stage for the third consecutive time.
Day 14 Previews
Bosnia is already eliminated but is still looking for their maiden win, while Iran needs to win to have a chance of progressing.
Argentina will be looking to wrap up the group stage as group winner against a Nigeria side that is capable of a surprise.
France will try to continue their impressive goalscoring form, while Ecuador still needed points to secure a place in the knockout stage.
FIFA investigates Suarez incident
After the alleged biting incident, FIFA has opened disciplinary proceeding against Luis Suarez. The striker is looking at a lengthy spell in the sidelines:
THIS JUST IN: FIFA charges Luis Suarez for biting opponent. If found guilty, rules call for minimum ban of 2 matches, maximum of 24 months.— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) June 25, 2014
Suarez denied any wrongdoings, claiming "these are just things that happen out on the pitch", while Chiellini called his opponent "a sneak".
Prandelli tenders resignation
Lamouchi also quit
Samaras feels Greece is better
Georgios Samaras who converted the last-minute penalty to send Greece through to the next round believes that his side played better than Côte d'Ivoire and deserved the victory.
Zac set for Japan talks
Mondragon hails Pekerman
Faryd Mondragón, who at 43 years old, is now the oldest player to ever appear at the World Cup, has praised Jose Pekerman who convinces him to continue to play on.
Dependence on Messi 'dangerous'
Alejandro Sabella has admitted though its natural to depend on Lionel Messi, but insists that the other players need to improve as well 'starting from him' said the former Leeds and Sheffield United player.
Bosnia-Herzegovina vs Iran (Arena Fonte Nova, Salvador. Kick-off: 17.00 BST)
Nigeria vs Argentina (Estadio Beira-Rio, Porto Alegre. Kick-off: 17.00 BST)
Ecuador vs France (Estadio do Maracana, Rio de Janeiro. Kick-off: 21.00 BST)
Honduras vs Switzerland (Arena Amazonia, Manaus. Kick-off: 21.00 BST)