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Germany vs. Portugal 2014 live stream ESPN & FIFA World Cup Univision TV en vivo

According to a FIFA report on June 16, Octavio Mangabeira Stadium in Salvador, Bahia, Brazil, will be the site for a terrific FIFA World Cup 2014 clash between Germany and Portugal on ESPN (national TV) and Univision (en vivo) on television, and at WatchESPN (online) live stream. Scheduled TV start time for this Group G fixture is set for Noon Eastern Time, but pre-match coverage gets underway two hours earlier via free live streaming feed.

Cristiano Ronaldo talks to the media during the Portugal press conference ahead of the 2014 FIFA World Cup Group G match between Germany and Portugal held at the Arena Fonte Novaon June 15, 2014 in Salvador, Brazil.
Cristiano Ronaldo talks to the media during the Portugal press conference ahead of the 2014 FIFA World Cup Group G match between Germany and Portugal held at the Arena Fonte Novaon June 15, 2014 in Salvador, Brazil.
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There are two ways to watch the pre-match festivities of the much-anticipated showdown between Portugal and Germany. Soccer fans around the world can watch ESPN3’s Pre-Match Coverage of Germany vs. Portugal (2014 FIFA World Cup) at 10 a.m. ET or simply wait for the national broadcast at 11:30 a.m. ET (ESPN TV/live stream and Univision TV) - Watch Brazil vs Mexico free live stream 2014 World Cup here.

For Internet users, another great way to enhance your soccer live stream viewing experience is by checking out ESPN3’s Tactical Cam - Germany vs. Portugal (2014 FIFA World Cup) and/or the Highlight Reel - Germany vs. Portugal (2014 FIFA World Cup) feeds beginning at 11:55 a.m. ET. For more information please visit WatchESPN or simply click on the links to be transferred directly.

As far as what soccer fans can expect in today’s Germany vs. Portugal battle, this is unquestionably one of the premier matchups of the 2014 World Cup group stage. Thus far, the fixture between England and Italy has been arguably the best quality match of the tournament.

However, all bets are off when these European soccer giants take this field this afternoon to kickoff play in the “Group of Death”. It comes as no surprise that 2014 FIFA World Cup oddsmakers have had a difficult time picking a favorite and an underdog in this matchup.

Nevertheless, one can report that Germany is the team to beat at -110 odds compared to Portugal’s +275 chances of pulling off the upset. The OVER/UNDER is set at a combined total of 2½ goals, and the odds that there will be a draw in this TV and live streaming match is calculated at +260.