The 2014 World Cup live stream and TV coverage for Sat., June 14 has four games on the schedule, including a big match-up between England and Italy. If you are a fan of football, or soccer as it is better known here in the U.S., today is for you! From high noon until midnight World Cup live streaming wall-to-wall action will be front and center on ABC and ESPN.
According to a MLS Soccer report on June 13, the schedule for today’s match-ups look this way. Colombia and Greece will get the competition for the day started today at 12 p.m. ET. For Colombia’s captain Mario Yepes this tournament is bitter sweet. The 38 year old Yepes announced he will retire after the tournament. The Las Vegas odds are long on the Colombian team winning the tournament, but they would love to send their captain out on top!
The second game features Uruguay taking on Costa Rica at 3 p.m., followed by England vs. Italy at 6 p.m. The fourth and final game of the night will see Ivory Coast take on Japan at 9 p.m. ET. Of all the games being played today, England vs. Italy may draw the most attention just because of their history.
Both England and Italy have a lot of pride when it comes to their football, but neither team has been playing well of late. SB Nation reports that neither of these two teams were impressive in their World Cup preparation games, but nevertheless the winner of this game will gain some valuable confidence.
As a matter of fact, this game is so close, Las Vegas odds makers can’t even make one of these two teams a favorite! Both teams have a plus-money odds to them meaning that if you can predict the winner in this match-up you would earn a nice payout!
Here is a look at the complete schedule, TV channel and latest odds for every game in today’s World Cup action. Fans can catch every game on ABC and ESPN nationally and streaming live online through ESPN 3, Watch ESPN and ESPN Deportes.
12 p.m. -- Colombia (-125) vs. Greece (ABC – ESPN3)
3 p.m. -- Uruguay (-260) vs. Costa Rica (ABC – Watch ESPN, ESPN Deportes)
6 p.m. -- England (+185) vs. Italy (+175) (ESPN – ESPN Deportes)
9 p.m. -- Ivory Coast vs. Japan (NO LINE) (ESPN – Watch ESPN)