Today's World Cup 2014 features Uruguay vs. England en vivo on TV, and it is also available via live stream video, according to a June 19 Washington Post report. This Group D matchup will be live from Sao Paulo this afternoon. This game is expected to be one of the best today.
Uruguay will hit the field with its striker Luis Suarez. Suarez said he is ready to play for the team even though he underwent knee surgery in May 2014. He did not play in Uruguay's round one game, which ended in a loss to Costa Rica. Perhaps his being on the field will help the team as it faces England. During the English Premier League Suarez plays for Liverpool, and six of his teammates play for the English team. He intends to use his knowledge of his teammates and people he's faced in order to help his team win.
Just like Uruguay, England lost its first round game too. Because of the early losses, this game is huge for each team. Of course, there will only be one winner, but the Uruguay vs. England game is a must win situation for both teams. Because of this, the matchup is the day's biggest. Each team really needs the points for the Group D play.
Meanwhile, England will rely on its quick Raheem Sterling, 19, to give the team a boost during the match against Uruguay. England lost its 10 game win streak, and the team hopes to start a brand new streak in order to continue on in the World Cup 2014.
You can tune into Uruguay vs. England on live TV this afternoon at ESPN. The game starts at 3 p.m. EDT. If you do not have access to a TV this afternoon, the Uruguay vs. England live stream video is available via WatchESPN with valid login credentials on your computer, smartphone, tablet, or other streaming media device.