England need to put all their petty rows behind them and go all out for victory on Wednesday or they will be soon flying home from South Africa.
Say what you like about England (and the population certainly were on Friday night), although there's never a dull moment when they feature in the World Cup.
Indeed, one can't help but feel that many supporters are simply waiting for them to slip up so they can phone their local radio station and have a good whinge.
Everyone seems to be forgetting that the group stage of an international tournament is all about getting through to the last sixteen and the Three Lions are unbeaten after matches against the United States and Algeria.
A victory against Slovenia would probably be enough for them to top the group and Boylesports offer 1/2 that it's all right on Wednesday night.
Port Elizabeth is the setting for this final Group C match, with the Slovenians also enjoying an unbeaten start thus far.
However, a goalkeeping error allowed them to beat the Algerians in their opening match, so they sit nicely at the top of the group with four points.
Paddy Power offer 7/1 that Matjaz Kek's team win this game, although a draw would bag them a place in the knockout stages and that's a 10/3 (bet365) chance.
Fabio Capello has admitted that nerves appear to be getting the better of his England team after a drab performance on Friday night and the Italian might look to change things in terms of personnel and formation.
However, that surely won't preclude Wayne Rooney from the starting line-up, despite the striker's barbed comment after the Algeria game where he berated the team's supporters for booing in Cape Town. The Manchester United forward is 7/2 (Ladbrokes) to score the opening goal of the game.
Perhaps this is the moment where England come good against a Slovenian team that relinquished a two-goal lead against USA on Friday and should really have lost the game.
You can back the Three Lions at 5/4 (Boylesports) to lead at half-time and full-time, something which would boost confidence ahead of the last 16.
Kick off 15.00 BST, live on BBC One and bbc.co.uk.