Uruguay have won both of their matches 1-0 so far but they are grinding out performances and not finding anywhere near their best form yet which is some ways bodes well if they can raise their game.
They have qualified for the knockout phase already so that may encourage Tabarez to rotate some of his players for this game here as Coates, Silva and Torreira could all see starts but Tabarez will not make many changes as they seek to improve their attacking play.
Predicted line-up (4-4-2):
Varela, Godin, Coates, Silva
Sanchez, Bentancur, Torreira, Rodriguez
Eight goals and two wins have seen Russia storm to the top of Group A and anything other than defeat here will see them seal top spot as they have been a revelation so far in this tournament.
Dzagoev misses out once again here but there is a chance he will be fit to return in the Round of 16 as he continues his recovery so there is some optimism around his future involvement.
Cherchesov may consider resting Golovin here as he is one yellow card away from suspension while Kudryashov could also get a start in a couple of potential changes.
Predicted line-up (4-2-3-1):
Fernandes, Ignashevich, Kutepov, Zhirkov
Samedov, Golovin, Cheryshev
Both teams have 100% winning records so far and have already qualified for the knockout round so the pressure is off, but both will want to keep some momentum. Uruguay have not conceded in their last five matches but have stuttered going forward so with the intensity likely to drop off a touch here, do not expect too many goals in this one.