Kasey Keller says it could take a moment of magic to determine who wins out of England and Denmark.
Our American keeper says both teams are fairly solid and tactically adept, so he is hoping that a rare edge of the box screamer comes into play to open the game.
"Denmark have looked good and England have done what they've needed to do," said Kasey, speaking before the USA progressed to round two, despite a 3-1 defeat to Poland.
"I don't think it will be an open game because the two teams are playing pretty tactically right now. They are going to need a little bit of flair to break down the other one or a massive mistake.
"I'm hoping for what we haven't seen in this tournament, and I think it has something to do with the ball as well, that is the extraordinary goals from the top of the box. You're looking for that big smash that opens the game up because the teams pack in a little bit.
"If you have a 25 yarder the other team can't just pack in anymore.
"There's been a lot of goals in this tournament so far, but now you can see it's getting a little bit serious and they're becoming few and far between."
So who does Kasey pick as winner?
"I think it's pretty evenly matched and almost impossible to pick a winner out of. The way things have been going who's going to pick anybody!"