Both sides still need something from the match to be sure of reaching the semi-final stage, with
Chelsea midfielder Mata will be facing plenty of familiar players from the Premier League, with Luka Modric,
"They have very good players that I know from the Premier League.
The 24-year-old Mata was among the goalscorers in the win.
He expects his team to take three points against Croatia, a result that would see the defending champion progress to the last eight as the top team in Group C.
"We are going for the win," Mata said. "That is what we always do.
"We are in good form and looking forward to play this third game.
"We know the fans are enthusiastic and they expect another win."
Modric, meanwhile, expects a very difficult game against
"It's going to be very tough," he said. "Both sides will want to prove their worth."
Anything but a win for
But a draw is not on the minds of the Croatian players.
"We will play as though this was any other game, trying to win,"Jelavic said. "We will not make any calculations or will we focus on what is happening elsewhere.