Poland and Portugal will be hoping their star forwards will hit form in the first quarter-final of Euro 2016 on Thursday.
Portugal captain Cristiano Ronaldo, who broke the record for the most appearances at the Euros, is one goal shy Michel Platini's tally of nine goals, while Robert Lewandowski will be hoping to open his account in the tournament.
The only time the Poles have reached the semi-finals of a major tournament was at the 1982 World Cup, while Portugal have a incredible record of being the only country to reach this stage of the competition since 1996.
Bartosz Kapustka will be available for selection for Poland manager Adam Nawalka after sitting out in their narrow last-16 penalty shootout victory against Switzerland.
Wojciech Szczesny is likely to be out for the rest of the tournament with a thigh injury.
Meanwhile, Raphael Guerreiro and Andre Gomes are both suffering minor muscle problems but if declared fit, the pair will feature for Fernando Santos' side.
The winner of this fixture are set to face either Belgium or Wales in Lyon on July 6.