A loaded day of World Cup matches finally hits its main event on Saturday when England meets Italy (6 p.m. ET, ESPN). This is a rematch of the Euro 2012 match between the two countries, in which Italy came away victorious after a valiant, but ultimately futile defensive effort from the Three Lions.
Both teams are rumored to be starting very odd teams that look nothing like the ones they used in qualifying or pre-tournament friendlies. England are rumored to be using Wayne Rooney as a wide player, with Raheem Sterling -- a winger -- playing as a central attacking midfielder. Italy look set to play five midfielders, including both of Andrea Pirlo and Marco Verratti. It's tough to predict how this is going to play out, but it certainly won't be a carbon copy of their last meeting.
England vs. Italy
You have multiple streaming options for the game if you live in the USA. Watch ESPN, if you have access through your provider, is where to catch a stream of the game in English. The service also has a tactical camera and a feed with Portuguese audio. Univision En Vivo is the streaming service for you if you prefer to watch the game in Spanish, or you just don't have access to Watch ESPN.
BBC Player will be streaming the game in the UK, while CBC Sports has it in Canada. You can check out listings for other countries as well at Live Soccer TV.