Tune in at 12:00 PM ET as Denmark takes on Portugal. Rob Sturney will be liveblogging for your enjoyment.
I'm Rob Sturney here with the first of two "round two" matches in Group B: Denmark v Portugal. They call it the Group of Death. It certainly will be the death of Portugal's Euro if they lose to the Danes; they'll have to regroup for Brazil 2014. The Danes can book their passage to the quarters if they win today.
A win for Portugal certainly will make things more interesting in Group B - things won't be sorted until Sunday.
I'll be liveblogging the Denmark v Germany match, by the way.
Of course, the Danes started the tournament with a bang by upsetting the Oranje. The Germans dispatched the Portuguese later that day. Germany v The Netherlands follows our game today. Hot dog!
Lineups: Denmark: Anderson, Kjaer, Agger, Jabobsen, S. Poulsen; Zimling, Kvist, Rommedahl, Krohn-Delhi, Ericksen, Bendtner
Portugal: Rui Patricio, Pepe, Alves, Coentrao, Pereira; Moutinho, Meireles, Veloso; Postiga, Nani, Ronaldo
So the starting elevens are the same as on Saturday. There was speculation that Silberbauer won't be brought in at right back to counter Ronaldo, but Poulsen gets the call again.
Players on yellow cards: S. Poulsen, Kvist, Postiga, Coentrao. Behave or miss the next match, lads.
Right, that's our obligatory "Go" for Portugal. A balancing one for Denmark and we're good for the day.
We're in Lviv at Arena Lviv in the Ukraine. This is where Portugal lost to Germany, while the Danes beat the Dutch in Kharkiv.
So it's the Seleçcao versus the Rød-Hvide. It's a key match and the key matchups will be the outside backs of Denmark versus Ronaldo and Nani. Pereira will have his hands full with Krohn-Dehli.
Krohn-Delhi and Ericksen are both hoping that this tournament will see them move to more prestigious clubs, though Ajax isn't exactly chopped liver. K-D plays for Bronby.
The Danes wear their red kits with white shoulders. Portugal are in their attractive change strip: all white with a cross running the length of the jersey, half of it red, half green. Very nice indeed.
I think at the end of the day, it'll still be very unclear in Group B. A draw here would make things very higgledy-piggledy.
It appears that Rui Patricio will be clad in a black kit. Anderson sports a light blue outfit with navy blue and red trim.
They are a wounded orange animal, so it will be intriguing to say the least.
Denmark to kick us off. Portugal will attacking from right to left in this half. Right to left.
1 min: Portugal win the ball and are on the offensive straight away. Postiga and Nani exchange passes until Kvist gets in the way.
2 min: The Danes pass a free kick, but a down-the-line offering for Jacobsen is captured by Pereira.
3 min: Ronaldo's service is errant and he gives his first frustrated look of the match.
3 min: The Danes work hard to create a corner on the right side. From the near flag.
4 min: Krohn-Dehli plays it short and soon after the Danes get another corner. Ericksen has the ball fall to him and Pepe legs it out for yet another corner.
5 min: Zimling's weighty pass brings a period of good pressure to an end.
5 min: Pepe to play it out from the back. A long ball can't find Nani. Rui Patricio must hit the restart button. Coentrao can't catch up with a pass down the left flank, so the ball rolls out the byline for Anderson to kick.
7 min: Throw in for the Rød-Hvide. Pepe again thwarts Ericksen to make a corner kick, near flag again.
8 min: The Krohn-Dehli corner isn't very useful. Portugal turns the ball inside from Nani on the right. Postiga misses Ronaldo's hair with a cross.
You'd be surprised who shows up here.
Portugal have a free kick from far out.
9 min: Moutinho's free kick lacks accuracy. There's a chance Zimling will be leaving us prematurely with an aggravated injury.