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World Cup 2014 live streaming: How to watch Chile vs. Australia online

How to catch the last game on Friday's World Cup slate if you don't have access to a TV.

SB Nation's 2014 World Cup Bracket'

Update: Chile beat Australia 3-1

Australia are one of the prime candidates to get zero points from this World Cup. Their best chance to get anything is probably in their first game, when they face off against Chile Friday (6 p.m. ET, ESPN2).

Chile will have aspirations to get out of the group, but they're hampered by an injury to Arturo Vidal. There's no definitive word yet on whether or not he can play, but he'll probably fight for his inclusion.

The Aussies are a team in transition, having fired their manager after World Cup qualifying. They still have familiar faces like Mark Bresciano and Tim Cahill, but are mostly looking forward to the 2015 Asian Cup and 2018 World Cup.

If you live in the U.S., there's more than one way for you to watch the game. Prefer to watch in English? You can catch the game on ESPN's Watch ESPN service if you have access through your television or Internet provider. There's also a tactical camera and Portuguese audio on ESPN3. If you'd like to watch in Spanish or don't have Watch ESPN access, Univision's streaming service, Univision En Vivo, is also showing the game.

ITV Player is where to watch the game online in the U.K., and in Canada, it's the CBC Sports streaming service. You can check out listings for other countries, as well, at Live Soccer TV.