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FIFA World Cup TV Channels, live streaming coverage – Day 5

(SportingAlert.com) — TV Channels and live streaming coverage for day five of the FIFA World Cup Finals in Brazil on Monday. There are three games on the schedule for the fifth day.

Germany, USA, Portugal, Ghana, Iran and Nigeria will all be in action on what is expected to be another very exciting day of football.

In the Group G opening match at Arena Fonte Nova, Cristiano Ronaldo and Portugal will take on a very talented Germany side at 12pm ET (13:00 Local time). Ronaldo has been hampered by an injury, but the Portugal captain declares himself ready to play.

“I’m ready, I’m feeling well. I want to play and help the national team,” the Real Madrid forward said. “If I’m not fit, I’ll be the first to tell the coach.

“If I feel something, and I am sure I won’t feel anything during the game, I will not risk my career.”

Live streaming and TV channel coverage of this game will be on: CBC Sports Live Streaming, ARD Live Stream, UTV, RTE 2, RTE Player, RTE 1, The ITV Player, TalkSport Radio, ITV 1 UK, UTV, STV Scotland, ESPN3, WatchESPN, ESPN, beIN Sports 1 HD, beIN Sports Arabia 2 HD, beIN Sports 11 HD, beIN Sports 13 HD.

The second game on the day comes from the Arena da Baixada with African powers Nigeria facing Iran in Group F at 3pm ET (16:00 Local time). Nigeria and Iran are in the same group as Argentina and Bosnia-Herzegovina, two very good sides, so both teams will be hoping to take maximum points from this fixture before the predicted tougher games down the road.

Live streaming and TV channel coverage of this game will be on: SuperSport Select, SuperSport HD 3 Nigeria, Canal+ Ouest, SLGO, SuperSport 3 Africa, Canal+ Centre, SuperSport 3 Nigeria, CBC Sports Live Streaming, UTV, RTE 2, RTE Player, RTE 1, The ITV Player, ITV 1 UK, UTV, STV Scotland, ESPN3, WatchESPN, ESPN, beIN Sports 1 HD, beIN Sports Arabia 2 HD, beIN Sports 11 HD, beIN Sports 13 HD.

The final match on Monday takes place in Group G at Arena das Dunas, as the United States open their 2014 World Cup campaign against cup rivals Ghana, the team which has dumped them from the last two tournament. So when the game kicks off at 5pm ET (19:00 Local time), Jurgen Klinsmann’s USA will be trying stop Ghana from completing a hat-trick of World Cup victories against them.

Live streaming and TV channel coverage of this game will be on: ESPN, ESPN3, WatchESPN, ESPN Deportes, Univision Deportes En Vivo, The BBC iPlayer, BBC One UK, RTE 2, RTE Player, CBC Sports Live Streaming, TSN 1050 Toronto, beIN Sports 1 HD, beIN Sports Arabia 2 HD, beIN Sports 11 HD, beIN Sports 13 HD.

Brittney Berreth | Staff Writer

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