The World Cup resumes after a day off, and it's coming back with an all-South American bang. Hosts Brazil are in action in Saturday's early game, in a grudge match against continental rivals Chile (12 p.m. ET, ABC).
Both teams have nearly clean bills of health, though a small handful of players will be playing hurt. Gary Medel has a slight muscle problem, while Arturo Vidal should be fine after resting his knee against Australia. David Luiz of Brazil has an injured back, but is expected to start.
Brazil struggled a bit in group play despite winning Group A, so Chile should provide a serious threat for them. The Chileans posted an impressive win over Spain in the group stage and look capable of scoring on anyone, but they're also vulnerable in the air -- they don't start a single true central defender.
If you're watching in the USA, you have a couple options for watching he match online. Watch ESPN has an English language feed of the match, as long as you're provided access to the service through your cable or internet provider. They'll also have a tactical camera and a Portuguese audio option available as well. If Watch ESPN isn't an option, you can watch a Spanish language feed on Univision En Vivo.
In the UK, you can watch on the BBC Player, while CBC Sports will have a stream available in Canada. There are listings available for other countries as well at Live Soccer TV.