The final two teams in the round of 16 will be decided and this group is up for grabs with three teams still in contention and the only team knowing where it's going after the game is Togo, which has been eliminated.
The leader in the group is Switzerland with 4 points and +2 in goal difference. Korea also has 4 points and is +1. France has 2 points and is at zero.
Neither the Swiss nor the Koreans can tie and be assured of moving on, although one of them would.
There are a lot of scenarios. I won't detail any that involve Togo winning or drawing because I just don't see that dispirited bunch beating a desperate French squad, even if Zidane is out. If that did happen, the Swiss and Koreans advance.
A. Korea wins, France wins - Korea is #1, France is #2
B. Switzerland wins, France wins - Switzerland is #1, France is #2
C. Korea-Switzerland draw, France wins - Now it gets interesting ...
If it's a scoreless draw and France wins 1-0 - Switzerland and Korea are 1-2, France is out.
It's is a scoreless draw and France wins 2-0 - France is #1 and Switzerland is #2 and Korea goes home
It's a scoreless draw and France wins 2-1 - Switzerland moves on as #1 team and then Korea and France have the second spot chosen by the drawing of lots (which would likely be right after the matches were concluded)
If the tie is 1-1, France would need to beat Togo by at least two to move on and would be stuck with drawing lots if the score were 3-2.
I'm really excited over the potential for drawing lots. Basically, it will happen in any situation where France and Korea end up the same number of goals for and goals against and records of 1-0-2.
Unless I'm reading the tiebreaker rules wrong. In which case, never mind. But I think I am. The Times discusses the history of luck in soccer.
The man in the middle for the France-Togo match: Jorge Larrionda.
The winner of the group will play Ukraine in the next round. The second place team will face Spain.