Both Australia and Spain have nothing but pride to play for as they clash in what will be their final game of the 2014 World Cup on Monday (12 p.m. ET, ESPN). Defending champions Spain were expected to progress deep into this competition, despite their ageing squad. However, like the Socceroos they suffered defeat in both of their opening group games, and sit joint-bottom of Group B. After this game, they'll be catching a flight home.
This match could well be the final time some of the Spanish legends don the Roja jersey, and they'll want to go out on a high. But don't expect Australia to be pushovers, as Ange Postecoglou's spritely young team showed well in their narrow defeats to Chile and the Netherlands. With nothing to lose, they may well be confident of picking up a point or three from a deflated Spain.
There's more than one way to watch the game online if you live in the United States. Watch ESPN is the place to go to watch the game in English, assuming you get access through your TV or internet provider. They'll also have Portuguese audio and a tactical camera. Don't get access to Watch ESPN, or just prefer to watch the game in Spanish? Univision En Vivo is where you should go.
The game will be on CBC Sports in Canada and ITV Player in the UK. You can check out listings for other countries as well at Live Soccer TV.