England have been eliminated from the World Cup unceremoniously, but they can save face on Tuesday with a win over Costa Rica (12 p.m. ET, ESPN2), who have already qualified for the knockout stages from Group D.
Costa Rica are sticking with most of their regular team, but have made a couple of changes to rest players, introducing Roy Miller and Randall Brenes. England have made wholesale changes, giving chances to a number of the players who didn't get a chance to impress in the first two games. Frank Lampard is being given an England swan song, while Phil Jones, Chris Smalling, Luke Shaw and Jack Wilshere will get a chance to impress for the Three Lions.
There's more than one way to watch the game online if you live in the USA. Assuming you get access through your internet or TV provider, the Watch ESPN app is where you should head to watch the game in English. You can also find Portuguese audio and a tactical camera there. You can also check out Univision En Vivo if you don't get access to Watch ESPN, or if you just prefer to watch games in Spanish.
The game will be on ITV Player in the UK and CBC Sports streaming in Canada. You can check out listings for other countries as well at Live Soccer TV.