One of the big favorites for the World Cup golden ball will go down in the quarterfinals on Friday when Brazil take on Colombia (4 p.m. ET, ESPN). Neymar was the big favorite going into the tournament, but James Rodriguez has established himself as this tournament's rising star with his stellar play.
Bizarrely, Brazil has dropped Dani Alves in favor of Maicon. The Barcelona man does not have any reported injury. Colombia are going with a surprisingly attacking lineup, with Fredy Guarin entering into their midfield, while Victor Ibarbo and Teo Gutierrez have been picked ahead of Jackson Martinez.
There's more than one way to watch the game live online if you live in the United States. Assuming you get access to the service through your TV or internet provider, Watch ESPN is the place to head to watch the game in English. You can also find a tactical camera and Portuguese audio there. If you prefer to watch the game in Spanish, or just don't get access to Watch ESPN, you have the option of heading to Univision En Vivo.
You can find the match on ITV Player in the UK and CBC Sports streaming in Canada. There are listings available for other countries as well at Live Soccer TV.