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Colombia vs Greece World Cup 2014 FIFA live stream free online & TV start time

Colombia vs. Greece live stream and TV time for World Cup 2014
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The first game of the second full day of the 2014 FIFA World Cup is Colombia vs. Greece. The game featuring this Group 3 matchup is available on live TV and via live stream video, according to a June 13 Major League Soccer report. While this game features two teams that have not had much recent success in the World Cup, it should be entertaining to watch.

Many people believe that Colombia is the favorite in Group 3, and the team is certainly looking to prove they are worthy. Colombia has not been in the World Cup for the past 16 years. The team will have to do it without their star Radamel Falcao, who is out for the duration of the 2014 World Cup due to a torn ACL. Colombia is counting on players like James Rodriguez (who was named after James Bond) and Jackson Martinez to take up some of the scoring slack that the team faces without Falcao on the field.

Meanwhile, Greece only has one World Cup win under their belts, so they are looking to add a second in tomorrow's game. Greece is relying on its goalkeeper, Orestis Karnezis, to keep the Colombian team from scoring. Borussia Dortmund and Sokratis Papastathopoulos, rising defensive stars, should be able to help defend the goal against scoring. In addition, Greece's Vasilis Torosidis should be great in defense, and has been known to go on the attack. Even so, Greece seems to have an uphill battle tomorrow, and the team is the underdog not only for the game, but also for Group 3.

Colombia vs. Greece 2014 will kick off on Saturday, June 14 at 12 p.m. EDT live from Estadio Mineirao, Belo Horizonte, Brazil. The game will air on TV on ABC affiliates throughout the U.S. If you are unable to watch on TV, you can catch the Columbia vs. Greece 2014 World Cup live stream video free online via Watch ESPN if you have login credentials. If all else fails, you can catch the World Cup 2014 action on the radio at Sirius XM FC and ESPN Radio.

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