World Cup friendly 2014, Bosnia vs. Ivory Coast: Preview, TV schedule and how to watch online

Dean Mouhtaropoulos

The two nations meet for the first time in a pre-World Cup friendly in St. Louis.

The Ivory Coast and Bosnia continue their World Cup preparations with a meeting at the Edward James Dome in St. Louis on Friday.

This will be the first trip to a World Cup final for Bosnia after winning Group G in UEFA qualifying. Team captain Emir Spahic told the media that the team was pleased with how they've been training, and they'll need to with a tough group awaiting them in Brazil. Defender Ermin Bicakcic is expected to miss the match with a nagging injury.

The Ivory Coast are hopeful of finally advancing out of the group stages for the first time, after getting a more reasonable draw this time around. This is just the second match in 2014 for the Ivory Coast who pulled off a come from behind 2-2 draw against Belgium in early March.

This is the first time the two nations have met.

Match Date/Time: 7 p.m. local, 8 p.m. ET

Venue: Edward James Dome, St. Louis, Missouri

TV: beIN Sports USA (U.S.), Univision Deportes (U.S. - English), beIN Sports Canada (Canada)

Online: beIN Sports Play (U.S.), beIN Sport Play (Canada)

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