Great Britain v South Korea takes place tonight as Team GB continue their London 2012 Olympics campaign.
The quarter-final clash takes place at Cardiff's Millennium Stadium, with Stuart Pearce's side looking to book their place in the last four of the men's tournament.
Team GB, who ended their Group A campaign with a win over Uruguay, will be in Cardiff for the second game in a row as they look to count on home support against Korea.
Team GB v South Korea kicks off at 19:30 BST and will air live in the UK on BBC One/BBC One HD.
"The feel-good factor is spreading and we are delighted to play our part by getting out of the group," said Pearce following the win over Uruguay.
"It excites me to stay in the competition for at least one more match because we have improved game by game, the fitness levels are improving, as is the understanding.
"I am delighted to be out of the group, looking back you can see how tough it was, but I think over three matches we deserved to come top, the team has got stronger and stronger.
"Now it is about recovery and preparing for Saturday. My feet are on the floor and [I'm aware of] the magnitude of the next game in front of us."
Welshman Joe Allen was full of praise for the Millennium Stadium crowd in midweek and is looking forward to having another 70,000-strong attendance getting behind the team in the quarter-finals.
"The support was incredible and I'm sure it will be again in that game," he said.
"[It's] fantastic to have done it in my home nation [with] the other Welsh boys. I think that's an added feeling and it will add to the special occasion.
"To beat a massive team in world football like Uruguay is a great achievement and we were confident we could do it and we've shown that."
South Korea finished second behind Mexico in Group B after two goalless draws and a win over Switzerland.
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