Belgium are one of the big dark horse favorites in this World Cup, and will need a win over Algeria (12 p.m. ET, ESPN) to lay claim to that status. But don't expect a blowout -- Algeria are no pushovers.
The big star for the Belgians is Eden Hazard, who should start out on the left, while this World Cup might be striker Romelu Lukaku's big arrival on the world stage. Algeria's big question is who starts at attacking midfield -- Sofiane Feghouli is their well-known star, but Yacine Brahimi is in better form.
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You have more than one option for watching the game if you live in the United States. You can catch the game in English on Watch ESPN, assuming your television or internet provider gives you access to the service. They also have Portuguese audio and a tactical camera. Don't have access to Watch ESPN, or just prefer to watch in Spanish? Univision En Vivo is where to go.
CBC Sports streaming is where to watch in Canada, while the game will be on ITV Player in the UK. You can check out listings for other countries as well at Live Soccer TV.