LONDON, ENGLAND - JULY 29: Scott Sinclair of Great Britain congratulates Daniel Sturridge of Great Britain after he scored his teams third goal during the Men's Football first round Group A Match between Great Britain and United Arab Emirates on Day 2 of the London 2012 Olympic Games at Wembley Stadium on July 29, 2012 in London, England. (Photo by Julian Finney/Getty Images)
Wednesday marks the last round of group stage matches at the London 2012 Olympics. With a number of Chelsea players in action (as well as some rumoured Chelsea targets), what should you be watching for?
Brazil vs. New Zealand (2:30 PM BST; 9:30 AM EDT)
Obviously we're all on Oscar watch here, because Oscar is a) amazing and b) ours. Bwahahahaha. Brazil have qualified for the next round with six points from two games, but they're not yet confirmed as group winners, which means we'll probably see a fairly strong squad against New Zealand. Expect Oscar to start, and it's worth keeping an eye on Hulk as well. That rumour isn't totally dead just yet.
TV: BBC Olympics (UK); Telemundo Deportes, NBC Olympic Soccer, NBC Olympics Live Extra (USA).
Spain vs. Morrocco (5:00 PM BST; 12:00 PM EDT)
Spain are already out after two straight 1-0 losses, which means we're probably not going to see Juan Mata start this game. Thank goodness. However, there's still some Chelsea interest here -- Oriol Romeu could well get a chance to start an admittedly meaningless game, and purported right back target Cesar Azpilicueta could well get his first minutes of the tournament. It's been a while since we've seen Romeu play meaningful football, and for many of us it'll be our first look at Azpilicueta, so this is worth tuning into.
TV: BBC Olympics (UK); Telemundo Deportes, NBC Olympics Live Extra (USA).
Great Britain vs. Uruguay (7:45 PM BST; 2;45 EDT)
With Daniel Sturridge's late goal against the United Arab Emirates over the weekend, it's probably reasonable to expect him to start for Great Britain against Uruguay. The hosts need a draw to guarantee progression to the quarterfinals, while Uruguay need to win to get through. Backup left back Ryan Bertrand was dropped for the UAE game, and considering how well GB played for most of that match it's hard to see him reinstated, which is a bit of a shame. On Uruguay's side, you can watch Edinson Cavani pretend to be a winger, if you like.
TV: BBC HD, BBC Olympics, BBC Three (UK); Telemundo Deportes, NBC Olympics Live Extra (USA).