Following pretty poor opening game results and another win for Argentina earlier, Nigeria and Bosnia and Herzegovina will both be after a win on Saturday (6 p.m. ET, ESPN). A draw isn't necessarily a disaster for either team, but it'll leave them needing a good result -- and in Bosnia's case, some help as well -- to advance to the next round.
Poor results in the opening game should also result in changes for both teams, and in particular Nigeria, who struggled mightily to break down an Iran team that didn't do much attacking. Even though they'll be in pole position to finish second in the group if they get a draw in this game, they face Argentina next, while Bosnia will like their chances of beating Iran.
Live in the USA? You have more than one option for watching the game. Assuming your internet or TV provider gives you access, Watch ESPN is where you should head if you want to watch the game in English. There will also be Portuguese audio and a tactical camera at Watch ESPN. If you prefer to watch the game in Spanish, or just don't have access to Watch ESPN, you can check out Univision En Vivo.
The game will be on BBC Player in the UK, and it's on CBC Sports in Canada. You can check out listings for other countries as well at Live Soccer TV.