|Bosnia and Herzegovina need Mirza Teletovic to be at his best if they are to push for a place in the next round|
F.Y.R. of Macedonia v Finland - Sunday at 15:30 (14:30 CET)
While both teams head into the clash full of confidence after their respective wins, both will be wary of each other as F.Y.R. of Macedonia try to punch their ticket for Vilnius and Finland attempt to put themselves in the driving seat for a spot too.
Having picked up a famous victory against neighbours Greece, the most difficult task for Marin Dozukovski is arguably making sure F.Y.R. of Macedonia's celebrations aren't spoiled by a subsequent loss, something which would put pressure on them for the final game in Alytus.
Finland shrugged off their problems inside by racking up a satisfying 48 points in the paint against Bosnia and Herzegovina and now the big issue could be whether they can maintain their incredible energy levels which have been one of the main features in Group C.
"It's a tough question," claimed head coach Henrik Dettmann, who has openly admitted his team have to rely on their aggressive defence and mobility around the floor.
"I was only just thinking about how it has been such a long season and in this respect, I really hope it isn't over too soon.
"I hope we can benefit from last summer when we had to get new and younger players because of injuries and so far at least, they are responding very well to the challenge."
Montenegro v Greece - Sunday at 18:00 (17:00 CET)
Greece coach Ilias Zouros is banking on his team to bounce back from their horror show against F.Y.R. of Macedonia with an improved performance against Montenegro.
Having sat and watched his team shoot a miserable 31%, the play-caller didn't hold back in his assessment of the performance and what he expected to happen when his players step back out onto the floor.
"I really don't believe we can have a game like this again," he said.
"We had such a really bad percentage and poor concentration defensively.
"For this next game there is only one possible result and this is to win - nothing else.
"We will be explaining the mistakes to the players and will be ready."
Montenegro head into the contest knowing nothing less than a victory is likely to be good enough to advance and having lost to Croatia, will have to find a way if they want to progress.
Bosnia and Herzegovina v Croatia - Sunday at 21:00 (20:00 CET)
Bosnia and Herzegovina were left overwhelmed by the third quarter blitz of Finland but do at least already have experience of responding to a loss earlier in the tournament with a victory.
It's a feat that they are likely to need to repeat if they want to remain in the tournament beyond the first phase.
Undoubtedly they are likely to find it difficult against their neighbours and will be hoping they can repeat their team performance against Montenegro which harvested their only win to date but their first in the Final Round for quite some time.
They will certainly need their big guns such as Henry Domercant and Mirza Teletovic to be firing on all cylinders, while Croatia will rely on their superior depth, even if they have been weakened by the loss of Marko Tomas.
The Croats showed the level of talent they had against Montenegro as Ante Tomic dominated inside with 26 points and eight rebounds while the backcourt is looking capable of delivering big things although they still may need to step up defensively if they make it to Vilnius and beyond.