Sergio Aguero hoping to take his chance in the team.
Argentina v Greece
FIFA World Cup 2010
7.30pm, Tuesday 22 June
Peter Mokaba Stadium, Polokwane
Diego Maradona's unique style of management mostly seems to revolve around hugging and kissing his Argentina players before, during and after their games.
No-one, however, can argue with the results from his side's first two Group B matches, with victories over Nigeria and South Korea almost guaranteeing their place in the last 16.
Maradona is expected to make several changes to the team which thumped the South Koreans 4-1 last time out, but the two-time World Cup winners will still field a formidable attacking side.
Star man Lionel Messi will start, while Gonzalo Higuain will be replaced by Inter Milan striker Diego Milito and Carlos Tevez by Athletico Madrid ace Sergio Aguero.
In Polokwane on Tuesday, they face a Greece side who can themselves qualify for the Second Round if they better South Korea's result against Nigeria.
But Aguero, who is Maradona's son-in-law, has warned Greece that Argentina are determined to top the group and guarantee a last 16 clash with the runners-up of Group A.
"We're all first choice," he said. "Since the beginning of the World Cup, we've been preparing to show a good image when we enter the field.
"We will do everything we can to top the group, after that we're not thinking about anyone else. Greece will go onto the pitch giving everything to win because otherwise they are out, but we will continue to play as we did against Nigeria and Korea.
"If Greece attack us then we can hurt them on the counter attack but the key will be to have the ball as we did in our other games."
Greece coach Otto Rehhagel is likely to stick with the side that beat Nigeria 2-1 last time out, but he admits his team's chances are slim despite Maradona's squad rotation.
"Argentina are a top-class team, far superior to Greece," said the 71-year-old. "They will clearly be better than us and we have got to see how to cope with them.
"We all know the Argentine team is of extraordinary quality but we are happy to have a chance to qualify."