Argentina will meet the Netherlands on Wednesday with the final spot in the 2014 World Cup final up for grabs (4 p.m. ET, ESPN). While the Dutch are hoping to make their second straight final -- they lost against Spain in 2010 -- appearance, La Albiceleste are hoping to return to the final for the first time since 1986 when Diego Maradona led them to their second World Cup title.
The chances are good that we won't see another 7-1 match between these two sides, especially considering that both have been rather tight defensively throughout the knockout round. In the end, the victor may be determined by which team better handles the opposites star. If the Dutch can contain Lionel Messi, they'll feel good about their chances, while Argentina will be looking to shut down Arjen Robben.
Watching in the USA? You have a couple options for watching the match online. WatchESPN offers an English and Portuguese geed, along with a tactical cam, assuming your Internet or TV provider allows you access to the service. If you can't use that service, or would prefer a Spanish language feed, head over to Univision En Vivo.
If you're in Canada, CBC Sports streaming is where you'll want to go. In the UK, check out the ITV Player for online coverage. There are listings available for other countries as well at Live Soccer TV.