(SportingAlert) – The following are the live streaming and TV channels providing live coverage of the 2014 World Cup tournament on day 10 on Sunday in Brazil.
There are some exciting games on the schedule for Sunday, with Belgium facing Russia and South Korea taking on Algeria in Group H and Portugal meeting the United States in Group G. does viagra work psychological impotence https://artsgarage.org/blog/thesis-ideas-for-compare-and-contrast-essay/83/ click here see url homework help dictionary writing hypothesis examples of scientific papers format android speech synthesis api click boy tied drugged viagra umi dissertation services search watch source link how to write a bibliography for apa format essay on market for class 7 remove email address from iphone 8 follow link https://reprosource.com/hospital/efectos-de-viagra-ereccion/72/ my dog ate my homework wikipedia application writing https://medpsychmd.com/nurse/generic-express/63/ go to link literary analysis paper on the cask of amontillado academic english essay writing how to write an environmental scanning report http://wsradio.com/surgeon/viagra-ashmore/93/ judul thesis english how to change the font on my ipad email best report writers website gb 123 helpme essay buy diplomatic plates good written essays World Cup points standings ahead of Sunday’s games.
Game times are 12pm ET (13:00 local time), 3pm (16:00 local time) and 6pm (18:00 local time). Live streaming will be on ESPN3.com, WatchESPN and WatchABC apps. Live TV channels includes ESPN, ABC, beIN Sports, SuperSport Africa, BBC One UK, BBC iPlayer, SKY GO, TIMVision Live Streaming, Neritan Live Streaming, CBC Sports Live Streaming, RTE Player, RTE 2 and SBS One Australia.
The opening World Cup game on Sunday sees Belgium and Russia facing-off at Estádio Jornalista Mário Filho in Group H. Belgium rallied to beat Algeria 2-1 in their opening group game with substitutes netting the goals for the victors. Russia played to a 1-1 tied with South Korea in their opening game.
Belgium and Russia were both picked to advance from this group so neither team will want to drop points in Rio De Janeiro, although the Belgians will start slight favourites to secure maximum three points. In team news, captain Vincent Kompany remains a doubt for Belgium because of a groin strain he picked up against Algeria last week, while Chelsea playmaker Eden Hazard is also being monitored for a bruised toe. The Russians could make one change to their lineup with Oleg Shatov set to be replaced in midfield by Alan Dzagoev.
The second game on the day comes from Group H at Beira Rio stadium, where South Korea tackle Algeria. Both teams are also paired with Belgium and Russia and they know that this is the best chance to take three points and keep their hopes of advancing to the knockout phase alive.
South Korea had a solid outing against Russia, but needs goals which means that the underperforming Park Chu-Young could be dropped for this fixture. Algeria also did well against Belgium before giving up two goals in the second half and missed out on securing anything from the game.
But the game of the day is expected to come from Group G at Arena Amazonia in Manaus when the USA face-off with Portugal.
Both nations are in need of the win on Sunday, with the USA targeting the three points that would see them booking a World Cup last 16 spot with one game to spare. After beating Ghana in their opener, the United States can knock out Cristiano Ronaldo and Portugal with a victory.
Defender Pepe is suspended and left-back Fabio Coentrao is out injured for Portugal, while there are injury concerns for Ronaldo and veteran defender Bruno Alves.
USA will be without the injured forward Jozy Altidore, which could open the door for Aaron Johannsson to start.