Pre-World Cup Warmups Live TV Channels on June 4

(SportingAlert.com) — The following are the pre-World Cup friendly international games taking place on Wednesday, as well as some live TV Channels bring live coverage of the fixtures.

On the schedule for Wednesday are the Netherlands, England, Argentina and Uruguay, who are all going through their final fine-tuning ahead of next week’s start of the 2014 World Cup tournament in Brazil.

Robin van Persie, who has been on target in his last two games for Holland since returning from injury, will lead the Dutch team against Wales, which will be without star player Gareth Bale.

The Real Madrid forward withdrew from the national squad for the friendly game with a leg muscle injury.

Also missing the action is Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey, who is being rested.

In other games on the day, Lionel Messi leads Argentina against Caribbean side and 2006 World Cup qualifiers Trinidad and Tobago, England battle with Ecuador in the heat in Florida, Italy take on Luxembourg, while Uruguay will face Slovenia.

Also done for action on Wednesday is Chile, while take on Slovenia and the Ivory Coast, who will tackle El Salvador.

2:30pm Netherlands vs Wales – ESPN Deportes, ESPN3, ESPN 2
2:45pm Italy vs Luxembourg – Univision Deportes, RAI Internazional
2:30pm Algeria vs Romania – Antena 1, Servus TV, beIN Sport
2:30pm Hungary vs Albania – SuperSport 2 Digitalb,
3:00pm Ecuador vs England – beIN Sports USA, ITV Player, ITV 1, UTV
3:00pm Jamaica vs Egypt – beIN Sports Arabia 6 HD
3:15pm Iceland vs Estonia – Viasat Fotboll
6:30pm Argentina vs Trinidad and Tobago – beIN Sports USA,
7:30pm Uruguay vs Slovenia – Sport 1, Arena Sport 2 Serbia,
8:00pm Chile vs Northern Ireland – beIN Sports Play, beIN Sports
9:00pm El Salvador vs Côte d’Ivoire – beIN Sports USA

For full TV channels of all the games go to Live Soccer Schedule

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