The World Cup's only day with four games wraps up on Saturday, with the Ivory Coast and Japan playing in the nightcap (9 p.m. ET, ESPN). The two teams are part of a tight group with Greece and Colombia, and if anyone can get all three points, they'll be favored to advance to the Round of 16.
This represents the last opportunity for the Ivory Coast's golden generation to achieve something great. While Yaya Toure could possibly have another World Cup in him, this is almost certainly the last chance his brother Kolo or Didier Drogba will have to pull off something special on the world stage. Japan, meanwhile, are now at the point where they expect to reach the knockout round.
Ivory Coast vs. Japan
If you live in the USA, there's more than one way to watch the game. If you have access to it through your provider, WatchESPN is the place to catch the game in English, as well as Portuguese. They also have a tactical camera. Don't have access to WatchESPN or prefer to watch in Spanish? Univision En Vivo has you covered.
ITV 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.