This evening sees Belgium take on Argentina in the quarter final of the FIFA World Cup, with a semi-final clash against Holland or Costa Rica the reward for the winner.
Argentina and Belgium have both made it to the final eight without exactly slipping into second gear. The Albiceleste struggled to get past Switzerland in a damp affair in the second round, while Belgium needed extra time to outdo the USA - so a close game is on the horizon.
Of course interest in Belgium is high in England, due in large part to the massive amount of Premier League players on show with the Red Devils - including the likes of Eden Hazard, Vincent Kompany and Jan Vertonghen.
Another name to that list is Manchester United's £27.5 million midfielder Marouane Fellaini. The midfield star is expected to start this evening after working his way back into the first-team in the place of Tottenham Hotspur's Nacer Chadli.
He has had a poor season with United, but is pivotal to Belgium and will play a massive role in today's game if Belgium are to make it to the next round.
And he has sent a Tweet out to his fans and followers on Twitter - a clear message to Belgium fans to get behind their team in a massive game ...