Spain and the Netherlands played a nasty, physical final in the last World Cup, and they meet again on Friday (3 p.m. ET, ESPN). Their Group B match is the highlight of the day, and given the presence of Chile in the group, neither team can afford a loss.
This Spain team isn't quite as youthful as the one that won the last World Cup, but they're still loaded with players that put together great club seasons. All your favorites from the last World Cup are back, save for Carles Puyol, who has retired from international duty. The same goes for the Netherlands, who will rely on the attacking trident of Wesley Sneijder, Robin van Persie and Arjen Robben.
Live in the United States? You have multiple options for watching the game online. If you prefer English, Watch ESPN is the place to go, assuming you have access through your television or Internet provider. ESPN will also have a feed with Portuguese audio, as well as a tactical camera. Want to watch La Roja in Spanish or don't get Watch ESPN? Watch the game on Univision En Vivo, Univision's streaming service.
In the U.K., ITV Player is where to watch the game, and you can watch on the CBC Sports streaming service in Canada. You can check out listings for other countries as well at Live Soccer TV.