With all of the group runners-up, along with Colombia and Belgium eliminated from the tournament, the World Cup only has one true dark horse contender remaining. That's Costa Rica, who face their toughest test yet in the quarterfinals when they take on the Netherlands (4 p.m. ET, ESPN).
With Nigel De Jong out for the remainder of the tournament, the Netherlands are having to re-arrange their team considerably. Costa Rica are considered massive underdogs in this game, but De Jong's absence certainly gives them more of a chance of pulling off the big upset. However, Los Ticos are without suspended defender Oscar Duarte.
There are multiple ways to catch the game streaming live online if you live in the USA. Assuming you get access to the service through your internet or TV 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. Your other streaming option is Univision En Vivo, where you should head if you prefer to watch in Spanish or don't get access to Watch ESPN.
You can find the match on the ITV Player in the UK and CBC Sports streaming in Canada. There are listings available for other countries as well at Live Soccer TV.