The surviving eight teams from Group C and Group D will dive into action on September 10 for a chance to advance to the Quarterfinal stage of the Eurobasket 2017. The last four round-of-16 games will be played at the Sinan Erdem Arena in Istanbul. Here is the complete schedule of the games scheduled on September 10.

Latvia versus Montenegro (12:30 p.m. local time)

Latvia placed second in Group D despite finishing an identical 4-1 record with Serbia and Russia. Latvia will take on the Montenegro National team that finished third in Group C with a 3-2 slate.

Latvia lost its first game against Serbia before racking up four straight wins against Belgium, Great Britain, Russia, and Turkey. Latvia is led by the New York Knicks star Kristaps Porzingis and David Bertans of the San Antonio Spurs.

Montenegro lost its first game against Spain before notching its first win in the tournament at the expense of Hungary. Montenegro lost its third game against Croatia before winning its last two preliminary games against the Czech Republic and Romania

Porzingis is averaging 22.4 points, 5.6 rebounds, and two blocks per game for Latvia. Montenegro will continue to rely on Nikola Vucevic of the Orlando Magic and Bojan Dubljevic, a former draft pick of the Minnesota Timberwolves.

The winner between Latvia and Montenegro will meet the winner of the round-of-16 game between Slovenia and Ukraine in the Quarterfinals.

Serbia versus Hungary (3:15 p.m. local time)

Serbia finished on top Group D with a 4-1 win-loss record in the preliminary round. The Serbs will next face Hungary which finished third in Group C with a 2-3 slate.

Despite missing the services of the Denver Nuggets center Nikola Jokic and Los Angeles Clippers guard Milos Teodosic, the Serbs have proven that they are still a team to be reckoned with. Serbia defeated Latvia in its first game but dropped a close match against Russia.

The Serbs then reeled off three straight wins against Turkey, Great Britain, and Belgium to top Group D via a head-to-head tie breaker against Latvia.

Serbia is led by Bogdan Bogdanovic of the Sacramento Kings, Boban Marjanovic of the Detroit Pistons, and Milan Macvan of the Cleveland Cavaliers.

Hungary dropped its first two games against Croatia and Montenegro before winning its next two matches against the Czech Republic and Romania. Hungary lost its last game against Spain. Hungary will continue to rely on David Vojvoda, Csaba Ferencz, and the former San Antonio Spurs Adam draft pick Adam Hanga to lead them.

The winner between Serbia and Hungary will meet the winner between Finland and Italy in the Quarterfinals.

Spain versus Turkey (6:45 p.m. local time)

Spain got through the preliminary stage unscathed, finishing with a perfect 5-0 record to top Group C.

Spain will play Group D fourth place finisher and host country Turkey for a spot in the EuroBasket 2017 Quarterfinals.

Spain stamped its class in the group stage, comfortably winning all five games against Croatia, Montenegro, Hungary, Czech Republic, and Romania. Spain will continue to lean NBA veterans Pau Gasol, Marc Gasol, and Ricky Rubio.

Turkey lost its first game against Russia then won against Great Britain to open its campaign in the EuroBasket 2017. The Turks lost in its third game against Serbia before bouncing back with a quality win against Belgium.

Turkey then lost its last assignment in group stage play against Latvia. The Turkish National Team is led by Furkan Aldemir, Furkan Korkmaz, and Cedi Osman.

The winner between Spain and Turkey will meet either France or Germany in the Quarterfinals.

Croatia versus Russia (9:30 p.m. local time)

Croatia finished second in Group C with a 4-1 win-loss record and will next meet Russia for a spot in the EuroBasket 2017 Quarterfinals. Russia finished with a 4-1 win-loss slate in Group D.

Croatia won its first three preliminary round assignments against Hungary, Romania, and Montenegro before suffering its lone loss against Spain in its fourth game. Croatia bounced back and defeated the Czech Republic to finish its group stage assignment.

Russia also won its first three games against Turkey, Serbia, and Belgium before bowing to Latvia in its fourth game. The Russians defeated Great Britain in the last group stage game.

Croatia is led by Bojan Bogdanovic of the Indiana Pacers, Dario Saric of the Philadelphia 76ers. Sophomore Dragan Bender of the Phoenix Suns is also in Croatia’s lineup. Russia is led by Timofey Mozgov of the Brooklyn Nets and the former New York Knicks guard Alexey Shved.

The winner between Croatia and Russia will play either Lithuania or Greece in the Quarterfinals of the EuroBasket 2017. The winners of the 4 scheduled games will also get the chance to qualify for the 2019 FIBA Basketball World Cup.