Courtesy of ESPN and Univision (En Español) networks, free live stream (online) feeds and TV schedule start times for the Germany vs. France (Alemania vs. Francia en vivo) 2014 FIFA World Cup (Copa Mundial de Futbol Brasil) quarter-final soccer match are now available. According to a France vs. Germany (July 4) BR tactical preview, historic Estádio Maracanã in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, will be the site for this European clash between two former World Cup champions.
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Opening kickoff is scheduled for 12 p.m. Eastern Time (9 a.m. Pacific Time), and the winner would face either Brazil or Colombia in the 2014 FIFA World Cup semi-finals. Because of this morning’s Wimbledon (men’s singles semifinal) action, this match will be broadcast live on ESPN2 (DirecTV 209) beginning with the pre-match show at 11:30 a.m. ET for TV viewers in the United States.
Internet/online users in North America will have the option of watching ESPN’s free Pre-Match Coverage - France vs. Germany (Quarterfinals) live stream beginning at 10 a.m. ET at WatchESPN. At 11:30 a.m. ET, national ESPN and Univision (Español en vivo) TV broadcasts will get underway, along with the following online live streaming options for English, Spanish and Portuguese-speaking fans to choose from:
(11:30 a.m.) France vs. Germany (Quarter-finals 2014 FIFA World Cup) - ESPN3
(11:30 a.m.) Alemania vs. Francia en vivo Copa Mundial Brasil 2014 - UnivisionDeportes
(11:55 a.m.) Highlight Reel - France vs. Germany - ESPN3
(11:55 a.m.) Tactical Cam - France vs. Germany - ESPN3
(11:57 a.m.) Em Português - França vs. Alemanha - ESPNDeportes
(02:00 p.m.) Post-Match - France vs. Germany (Quarterfinals) (2014 FIFA World Cup)
Who will win this clash between two giants of the sport? According to 2014 FIFA World Cup oddsmakers, Germany is listed as a slight favorite to defeat France this afternoon. Moments removed from kickoff, betting lines have Alemania valued at +165 [2.65] compared to Francia and its +180 [2.80] odds of an upset, while the odds a draw equal +205 [3.05] and the OVER/UNDER tallies 2½ goals.
While coach Didier Deschamps insists that France doesn’t fear Germany in this matchup, players like Andre Schurrle are aware of both teams’ strengths, which will certainly make for an intriguing ballgame. TV viewers can tune to ESPN2 or Univision at the aforementioned TV start times, while online/Internet users can pick from the links listed above to watch the free live streams in English, Spanish (Copa Mundial Brasil 2014 en Español) and Portuguese (en vivo).