TV Channels for Brazil v Netherlands World Cup third-place

BRASILIA (SportingAlert) — TV Channels and live broadcast for 2014 Watch the World Cup third-place playoff match between Brazil and the Netherlands at Estadio Nacional on Saturday.

Brazil national head coach Luiz Felipe Scolari.

BRASILIA, Brazil (SportingAlert) — TV Channels and live broadcast for 2014 Watch the World Cup third-place playoff match between Brazil and the Netherlands at Estadio Nacional on Saturday.

Kick-off in Brasília will be at 4:00 PM ET, (17:00 local time), with several broadcasters listed to stream the game. Amongst the live broadcasters are ESPN, WatchESPN, ESPN3, ESPN Deportes, Univision Deportes, STV Scotland, The ITV Player, TalkSport Radio, ITV 1 UK, BBC Radio 5 Live, UTV beIN Sports 1 HD, beIN Sports 2 HD, beIN Sports 11 HD, beIN Sports 13 HD, Globo, Watch ESPN Brasil, BandSports, SporTV, FOX Sports 1 Brasil, Band, NOS Live Streaming, Nederland 1, RTE 2, RTE Player…

The Netherlands and Brazil both suffered disappointing defeats in their semi-final games and the two football powerhouses will be looking to finish off their 2014 World Cup campaign on a winning note.

For Louis van Gaal, this will be his last game in charge as head coach of the Dutch team, as he will be stepping into his new role in the English Premier League as Manchester United manager.

In the meantime, Luiz Felipe Scolari will be hoping for a better result from the one against Germany in the semi-finals when the World Cup hosts were humbled 7-1, with five of those goals coming inside the opening 30-minutes of contest.

Scolari is also fighting to save his job as boss of Brazil, with reports coming from Brazil saying that the former World Cup winning boss could be axed if his team put in another performance like the one against Germany.

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