Following Tuesday’s set of 2014 World Cup matches, each team has played at least one game in the group stage. On Wednesday, six more teams will play their second contest of the tournament.

All of Group B is set to compete on Wednesday. The Netherlands and Chile sit atop the group with three points, though the Netherlands has the advantage with a +4 goal difference, compared to Chile’s +2. Spain and Australia are looking for their first points.

Half of Group A will be in action. Brazil and Mexico have both played two games, and are tied with four points apiece after Monday's scoreless draw. They are guaranteed to end the day in the same position, since Cameroon and Croatia both have zero points.

ESPN will broadcast all three games. A live stream online can be seen with WatchESPN.

Australia vs. Netherlands (Noon ET)

The Netherlands has a great chance to separate themselves from the rest of Group B. After their shocking 5-1 upset over Spain, they will face one of the biggest underdogs in the entire tournament. A victory for the Netherlands would put them in a great position to win the group.

Spain vs. Chile (3 p.m. ET)

Spain is looking to bounce back, following their four-goal loss last week. They entered the World Cup as one of the favorites to win it all, but need a victory to put them in a good position to advance to the next round. Chile can guarantee themselves a spot in the Round of 16 with a win, and if the Netherlands beats Australia, as expected.

Croatia vs. Cameroon (6 p.m. ET)

Group A is up for grabs, following the draw between Mexico and Brazil on Tuesday. The loser of this match will be eliminated, considering both suffered losses in the opener. If Croatia or Cameroon can get a victory, their final contest in group play will determine whether or not they make it through to the next round.