For USMNT fans, it's all eyes on Copa America Centenario's Group B to find out the identity of the United States' quarterfinal opponent.
First up is Ecuador and Haiti.
Les Grenadiers are out of the tournament, having lost both their preceding matches. A narrow loss to Peru in their opening group stage game was encouraging, but then Brazil trampled Haiti in a 7-1 win in Orlando. The Haitians are playing for pride now.
Los Amarillos fought back from two goals down in the latter game, reminding the rest of the field that they are a dangerous team in front of goal. To advance to the quarterfinals, Ecuador must beat Haiti - that much is certain.
If there is a winner in the game between Brazil and Peru, Ecuador (assuming it wins against Haiti) will move through the quarterfinals as the Group B runner-up with five points.
If there is a tie between Brazil and Peru, La Tricolor still has a decent shot at advancing on tiebreakers. To feel reasonably confident about making the knockout stage, Ecuador will want to score a minimum of two goals against Haiti - and the more the better (and win, of course). In the event Les Grenadiers cough up seven goals again, Los Amarillos may have a shot at winning Group B: if they can better Brazil's +6 goal difference, then they will be the group winner if Peru ties its CONMEBOL rival.