Spain are reeling after their destruction at the hands of the Netherlands, and they're facing a virtual do-or-die on Wednesday when they take on Chile (3 p.m. ET, ESPN). The Chileans won their first match, so Spain will likely be on their way out with a loss.
Based on Iker Casillas' terrible performance in the first game, Spain might have been willing to make a change in goal, but they don't have other options. David De Gea is out for the group stage and Pepe Reina has a minor injury too, so Casillas is likely to continue.
Concerns linger about the fitness of Chile superstar Arturo Vidal, but he played 60 minutes in their opener without major incident, so he should play again. He didn't look like the best version of himself, though, and Chile will be hoping that another few days of rehab will lead to him being ready to face Spain.
You have multiple options for watching the game online if you live in the USA. Prefer to watch the game in English? Watch ESPN is where you should head, assuming you get access to the service through your TV or internet provider. They will also have Portuguese audio and a tactical camera. If you don't get Watch ESPN or just prefer to watch the game in Spanish, you can head over to Univision En Vivo.
BBC Player is where to watch the game in the UK, while CBC Sports streaming will have the game in Canada. You can check out listings for other countries as well at Live Soccer TV.