This World Cup has been one of the highest scoring ever, but everything might be brought back down to earth by Iran and Nigeria (3 p.m. ET, ESPN). Iran have one of the toughest defenses in the tournament, while Nigeria haven't been a great attacking team in recent matches.
Iran have called in a number of players who did not grow up in the country for this World Cup, and a number of them could start, giving them a bit more firepower. Nigeria, meanwhile, have more good wide players than they know what to do with and might have to bench one of Ahmed Musa or Peter Odemwingie.
There's more than one option for checking out the game online if you live in the United States. Watch ESPN is where you can watch the game in English, assuming your internet or TV provider gives you access to the service. ESPN also has a tactical camera and Portuguese audio. Univision En Vivo is where to go if you'd like to watch the game in Spanish, or if you just don't have access to Watch ESPN.
In the U.K., BBC 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.