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Netherlands vs. Chile, 2014 World Cup: How to watch online

Want to watch the Netherlands take on Chile streaming live on the internet? We can help you out if you won't be near a TV.

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The Netherlands and Chile have both qualified for the knockout stages heading into their Group B meeting on Monday (12 p.m. ET, ESPN), though they still have to determine who'll wind up as group winners. They're not just playing for bragging rights though, as the winning side will likely end up avoiding Brazil in the Round of 16, assuming the tournament hosts finish top of Group A.

The game in São Paulo should be an exciting affair, with these sides having impressed in the tournament so far. They both favour an specialised style of quick, high-pressing counter-attacking football, and with Chile having nothing to lose -- they can only win the group if they beat the Oranje, though will go through as runners-up with a draw or defeat -- we can expect caution to be thrown to the wind. Make sure you catch the action.

There's more than one way to watch the game online if you live in the United States. WatchESPN (available on your computer, iOS, Android, Roku and other services) is the place to go to watch the game in English, assuming you get access through your TV or internet provider. They'll also have Portuguese audio and a tactical camera. Don't get access to WatchESPN, or just prefer to watch the game in Spanish? Univision En Vivo is where you should go.

The game will be on CBC Sports in Canada and ITV Player in the UK. You can check out listings for other countries as well at Live Soccer TV.