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Ivory Coast vs. Japan free live stream and TV time FIFA World Cup 2014

Ivory Coast vs. Japan live stream free football World Cup 2014
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The Ivory Coast vs. Japan live stream and TV broadcast in the 2014 FIFA World Cup is the fourth and final game today, according to a June 14 Herald Sun report. This Group C game features two interesting teams that each expect to make it to the second round of the World Cup 2014, so you will want to catch the Ivory Coast vs. Japan soccer (football) game on TV or via live stream video.

Most people who watch the Ivory Coast and Japan will realize that the teams have completely different philosophies, which could produce quite a clash on the football field tonight. If the Ivory Coast makes it out of the group, it will be the first time in the country's history. Despite having players as talented as Didier Drogba, Yaya Toure, Salomon Kalou and Kolo Toure, the Elephants have failed to win a World Cup game.

For many of the team's players, this will be the last International tournament they compete in. The Ivory Coast team is incredibly experienced, and this year could be the year they finally win one. Both Japan and Ivory Coast hope to end up in second place in Group C behind Colombia.

Japan lacks a strong defensive line, which the Ivory Coast could attempt to exploit, but they may not be able to make up for Japan's excellent, attacking full-backs. Keisuke Honda and Shinji Kagawa are expected to help the team in scoring because Japan does not have a reliable goalscorer. The team is expert at passing, and it could be this passing ability that helps it outscore Ivory Coast for the win tonight in Brazil.

Tonight's game featuring Ivory Coast vs. Japan will air on live TV starting at 9 p.m. You can catch it on TV on ESPN. However, if you can't watch on TV, you can check out the Ivory Coast vs. Japan live stream on ESPN3 on your computer, smartphone, tablet, or other streaming media device with login credentials.

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