Colombia and Uruguay looked like very even matches for each other a couple of days ago, but Los Cafeteros will be big favorites in their Round of 16 match (4 p.m. ET, ABC) in light of the news that Luis Suarez has been suspended. Uruguay lost the only game he didn't play in during this World Cup, while they won the other two.
Without Suarez, Uruguay will turn to veteran Diego Forlan, who has lost a few steps of pace since winning the Golden Ball in the last World Cup. Colombia, meanwhile, have no serious injury or suspension concerns and are in excellent form at the moment.
It'll be interesting to see how these teams match up on a neutral site. They split their two qualifying matches, with each team winning by multiple goals and keeping a clean sheet in their home game.
There's more than one way to catch the game online if you live in the United States. Assuming you get access through your TV or internet provider, Watch ESPN is where to watch the game in English. You can also find Portuguese audio and a tactical camera at that service. Prefer to watch the game in Spanish, or just don't get access to Watch ESPN? Then Univision En Vivo is where you should head.
You can find the match on CBC Sports streaming in Canada, while it's streaming on the ITV Player in the UK. There are listings available for other countries as well at Live Soccer TV.