Greek voters go to the polls for the second round of a general election on Sunday.
The country is voting for a new government, and the choices appear stark.
A vote for left-leaning Syriza party - led by Alexis Tsipras - would cancel the international bailout deal - a move which could force Greece to leave the euro.
But a vote for the conservative, pro-austerity party New Democracy - led by Antonis Samaras - will keep the austerity deal stitched together to keep Greece in the euro.
Al Jazeera's Tim Friend reports from Athens.