Likely to determine the United States’ Round of 16 opponent, Belgium battles South Korea (Korea Republic) in a 2014 FIFA World Cup (Group H) showdown on ESPN (TV schedule/live stream), Univision (Español en vivo) and CBC (Canada national TV coverage). A June 25 MLS Soccer preview dictates that Arena Corinthians in São Paulo, Brazil, will serve as the backdrop for this group-stage finale.
Opening kickoff is scheduled for just after 4 p.m. Eastern Time (1 p.m. Pacific Time), with the pre-match show slated for 3:30 p.m. on ESPN (DirecTV channel 206) and Univision (Miami-23). Those watching via the Internet can visit ESPN3 for a number of free live streams and camera angles not available during regular TV broadcasts (All Eastern Times):
(3:30 p.m.) South Korea vs. Belgium (Group H) (2014 FIFA World Cup)
(3:55 p.m.) Highlight Reel - South Korea vs. Belgium (2014 FIFA World Cup)
(3:55 p.m.) Korean Audio - South Korea vs. Belgium (2014 FIFA World Cup)
(3:55 p.m.) Tactical Cam - South Korea vs. Belgium (2014 FIFA World Cup)
(3:55 p.m.) Portuguese Audio - South Korea vs. Belgium (2014 FIFA World Cup)
(6:00 p.m.) Post-Match - South Korea vs. Belgium (2014 FIFA World Cup)
As far as what soccer/football/futbol fans can expect to see when they tune in, if oddsmakers are correct, Belgium should crush South Korea in this matchup. According to the latest 2014 FIFA World Cup odds, the European side is a -130 favorite over the Asians [+365] underdogs. Meanwhile, the odds of a draw equal +270, and the OVER/UNDER is set at a combined total of 2½ goals in this matchup.
Who will win this Group H finale between Belgium and South Korea: Can the underdogs shock the undefeated Belgians, who will be without the services of Vincent Kompany or Thomas Vermaelen in tonight’s clash from Arena Corinthians? Those watching this match on TV can tune to big ESPN (TV coverage), Univision (Español en vivo) or CBC (Canada). Meanwhile, Internet users looking for free live stream links can simply click on the list provided above to watch it all unfold live and free of charge at 4 p.m. ET.