|Ioannis Bourousis will lead the way as Greece try to extend their perfect record against FYR of Macedonia|
Finland v Bosnia and Herzegovina - Saturday at 15:30 (14:30 CET)
Finland are still searching for their first win of the tournament and will be hoping it's a case of third time lucky when they face Bosnia and Herzegovina who will be full of confidence after they got off the mark on Day 2.
Both teams probably match up with each other pretty well since neither is particularly blessed with a powerful or stacked frontcourt but rely much more on their mobility and shooting prowess.
Naturally both coaches will know they can come out on top, with Finland play-caller Henrick Dettmann keen for his side to head into their last three games in Alytus with confidence and looking to make progress.
"We came here with the mindset that to win a basketball game we firstly had to win a half of basketball and we already did that against Croatia," he said.
"The next goal now is to move on to winning a game and I can't see why we still can't challenge the other teams in this Group."
Meanwhile, Bosnia and Herzegovina Coach Sabit Hadzic was delighted with his team's victory over Montenegro but is not getting carried away and demanding his team retain their focus against the Finns.
"Against Finland we will need to have very good levels of concentration if we want to win," he warned.
"I have a great respect for the Finland team who showed how well they are capable of playing against Croatia."
Greece v F.Y.R. of Macedonia - Saturday at 18.00 (17:00 CET)
After just two games in Group C, Greece are the only team who still have a perfect record and they will be looking to preserve that status when they go up against F.Y.R. of Macedonia.
So far, the Greeks have played good defence and especially in their win against Finland when their superior experience, talent and physicality was showcased.
It led Finland head coach Henrik Dettmann to label the simplistic approach of Greece so far as ‘beautiful' although they have a tough task on their hands against F.Y.R of Macedonia who showed plenty of heart to see off Croatia in a dramatic encounter in their last game.
Naturally Greece head coach Ilias Zouros is expecting a real challenge but is clear about what his team needs to do to continue winning games,
"We have to play even more clever and smart. This is the way. We also need to rely on our defence."
Ioannis Bourousis is the man in form for Greece and after his emphatic double-double he will relish the challenge of now going up against Todor Gechevski who had a significant impact for F.Y.R. of Macedonia on his return to the team.
The inside battle could be where the game is won and lost for both teams who meet each other again at Final Round having met during the initial phase two years ago when Greecerode out comfortable 86-54 winners.