Uruguay and Colombia meet in the second game of the World Cup last 16 at Estadio do Maracana here on Saturday with live streaming coverage on on ESPN3.com and Watch ABC.
After a day of rest, hosts Brazil will get the World Cup knock-out phase started on Saturday when they take on Chile, while Colombia and Uruguay will clash in the second match on the day. The games will be streamed live on ESPN3.com, WatchESPN, Watch ABC, BBC iPlayer, CBC Sports Live Streaming, RTE Player and more…
RIO DE JANEIRO (SportingAlert) — The following is the complete list of FIFA World Cup round of 16 games that will get underway on Saturday 28 June and ends on Tuesday 1 July.
NATAL, Brazil (SportingAlert) — Cesare Prandelli has offered his resignation as Italy manager, after his team was knocked out of the FIFA 2014 World Cup.
Forward Luis Suarez is again at the center of controversy after he appeared to have bitten an Italian player during the World Cup clash at Arena das Dunas on Tuesday.
As expected, England’s Wayne Rooney returns to his favourite position, right behind the main striker, while Luis Suarez starts for Uruguay in today’s FIFA World Cup clash at Arena de Sao Paulo, in Sao Paulo.
SAO PAULO, Brazil (SportingAlert) — Teams, including England and Uruguay will be looking to save their 2014 World Cup participations on Thursday and here are live TV channels and streaming information to follow all the action. Live on ESPN3, WatchESPN and ESPN.
FORTALEZA, Brazil (SportingAlert.com) — Suarez is amongst the substitutes and is not expected to play this evening for Uruguay as they take on Costa Rica in the World Cup Group D opener at the Estadio Castelo.
(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.
(Sporting Alert) — Luis Suarez and Uruguay are all set to book their place at next summer’s Fifa World Cup finals when they take a …
Uruguay took a massive step towards qualifying for next year’s FIFA World Cup finals after thrashing Jordan 5-0 in their play-offs qualifier at King Abdullah Stadium on Wednesday.
Luis Suarez and Edinson Cavani start in the forward line for Uruguay in their 2014 FIFA World Cup playoff qualifier against Jordan at King Abdullah Stadium.