Tuesday's nightcap is the second Group H encounter of the World Cup, featuring Russia and South Korea (6 p.m. ET, ESPN). Even though Belgium won earlier on Tuesday, Group H looks wide open after Algeria put up a good fight in a win, so don't count either of these teams out going forward if they lose.
Russia and South Korea actually met recently, back in March. Both teams only used about half the starters that they'll use in this game, but Russia did win that match, 2-1. The Russians have looked impressive in subsequent warm-up friendlies, while South Korea have not.
You have more than one streaming option if you live in the USA. If you prefer to watch the game in English, Watch ESPN is where you should head, assuming your television or internet provider gives you access to the service. They will also have a Portuguese feed and a tactical camera. Univision En Vivo is where to go if you'd rather watch the game in Spanish, or if you just don't have access to Watch ESPN.
CBC Sports streaming is where to watch in Canada, while the game will be on BBC Player in the UK. You can check out listings for other countries as well at Live Soccer TV.