(SportingAlert) — Live streaming and TV channels for day 10 at the 2014 FIFA World Cup tournament in Brazil on Saturday 21 June.
Three more games are on the schedule for Saturday including Germany against Ghana in a Group G clash, while Lionel Messi and Argentina will take on Iran in Group F. Nigeria will face Bosnia-Herzegovina also in Group F.
Live streaming online coverage of all the games will be on ESPN3.com and the WatchESPN App. Amongst the leading TV channels and other providers carrying live broadcast are ESPN, beIN Sports 1 HD, beIN Sports 2 HD, beIN Sports 11 HD, beIN Sports 13 HD, ITV Player, ITV 1 UK, Univision Deportes En Vivo, Univision USA, STV Scotland, UTV, ARD Live Stream, ARD Das Erste, Zattoo, GTV Sports+, Sports 24, Canal+, SuperSport 3 Africa, TV3 Ghana, SuperSport HD3 Africa, ETV Ghana, DIRECTV Argentina, Canal 7 TV Publica, TyC Sports Argentina, RTE Player, RTE 2, SBS Radio 2, SBS One Australia, SBS Radio 1.
In Group action, the first game of the day come from Estadio Mineirao in Group F where Argentina face Iran, looking to seal a place in the last 16. Kick-off is 12 pm ET (13:00 Local time). Messi led Argentina to a 2-1 victory over Bosnia-Herzegovina in their opening game of the tournament and the Barcelona forward is hoping to do the same again on Saturday.
Napoli striker Gonzalo Higuain is in line to be recalled to the starting line-up at the expense of Maxi Rodriguez, who didn’t have a particularly good game against Bosnia. Fernando Gago could also come in for Hugo Campagnaro.
In another game of interest, Germany, which had a flying start with a 4-0 thrashing of Portugal in their opener, will play a Ghana team desperate to bounce back from the 2-1 defeat the USA in Group G.
Defender Mats Hummels remains doubtful for the contest for Germany as he continues to recover from a thigh injury he suffered against Portugal.
Ghana is set to recall midfielder Kevin-Prince Boateng, who started on the bench against USA.
Ghana must avoid defeat to Germany to keep their hopes of qualifying from the group alive.
The last game on Saturday sees Edin Dzeko and Bosnia-Herzegovina battling with Nigeria, who played to a 0-0 draw in their group opener.