How far will 2018 World Cup Finalists Croatia go this time round?
Four years ago, the Blazers beat Argentina, Nigeria, Iceland, Denmark, Russia and England, before eventually succumbing to France in the final.
Nevertheless, this was an historic success for Zlatko Dalić's team, who are hopeful of achieving something similar in Qatar.
Croatia come into this tournament following four successive victories, thereby qualifying for the Nations League Finals back in September.
Their World Cup campaign commences on Wednesday against Morocco, before facing Canada and then Belgium.
Will they enjoy a friendly victory at Mrsool Park?
Saudi Arabia too will feature at the World Cup next week, with this their final warm-up game.
The Green Falcons won 13 of their 18 Asian qualifiers, so will make their sixth World Cup appearance.
On debut, Saudi Arabia reached the round of 16 at USA ‘94, but have never got out of their group since.
Under Hervé Renard, they’ve played nine friendlies since the summer, so will be well-prepared to say the least.
Who will look the most ready in Riyāḍh?