Greece have made the knockout stage of the World Cup for the first time in their history, while Costa Rica are there for only the second time. After their match on Sunday (4 p.m. ET, ESPN), one of them will be playing in their first ever quarterfinal.
Costa Rica surprised everyone by coming through a group where they were expected to finish last. They beat Uruguay and Italy back-to-back, qualifying before their final match. That allowed them to rest some of their starters against England, and they managed to get a draw from that match anyway.
Things went a little less smoothly for Greece, who were poor in their opener, then barely scraped a draw in their second match. But in their last group stage game, they won a stoppage time penalty and converted to steal all three points and snatch second place in Group C.
There's more than one way to catch the match live online if you live in the United States. Assuming your TV or internet provider gives you access to the service, Watch ESPN is the place to go to catch the game in English. You can also fnid Portuguese audio and a tactical camera at that service. Univision En Vivo is another option if you don't get access to Watch ESPN, or if you just prefer to watch in Spanish.
You can find the match on CBC Sports streaming in Canada and the ITV Player in the UK. There are listings available for other countries as well at Live Soccer TV.