Barca hotshots set to lock horns at World Cup
Two Barcelona players could well hold the key to deciding the World Cup's first knockout stage match between Brazil and Chile.
Neymar and Alexis Sanchez, who are used to playing together at the Nou Camp, have been in red hot form for the two South American nations.
They will meet on Sunday morning (Singapore time) to kick off the Round of 16.
Sanchez has one goal and one assist to his name for La Roja, who delivered the knockout blow to holders Spain with a 2-0 win in Rio.
Neymar is one of the leading contenders for the tournament's Golden Boot with four goals for the hosts.
While Chile will enter the match as underdogs after suffering three World Cup defeats at the hands of the Selecao, Sanchez is bullish about his country's chances.
The 25-year-old forward said: "We came here to make history. We already beat World Cup holders Spain (in the group stage).
"The next game is about who has more endurance and who has the mentality to go a long way. We may not all be friends but on the pitch everybody runs for the other and this team is like a pitbull dog."
On a more personal note, Sanchez wants to get one over his Barcelona teammate after Brazil's 2-1 friendly win over Chile in November.
He said: "I get along great with Neymar. He already won one bet against me in Canada (last year).
"So we will have to do something again and this time I will have to win."