2014 World Cup action takes on a Scarlet and Gray hue when Buckeye alum Roger Espinoza and Honduras take on highly touted France. Espinoza's side will have their work cut out for them as some have pegged Les Bleus (even with the injury of wingback Franck Ribéry) as sleepers capable of winning it all. (3 p.m. ET, ABC).
21-year old Paul Pogba, who stars in the Italian league, and fellow midfielder Yohan Cabaye are names to know on the French side. Outside of Wigan's Espinoza, Honduras most probable goal scorers are Carlo Costly and Jerry Bengston. The latter you may have seen in Crew Stadium as he stars for New England Revolution of MLS.
If you can't get to a TV, say you're out running errands for father's day but you still don't want to miss a single set piece, you've got a couple options (domestically in the U.S., that is). WatchESPN will have you covered if you're looking for TWWL's English feed. Forewarning: you need to have access through your television or internet provider, which likely means a subscription. ESPN also showcases a special "tactical camera" as well as a Portuguese audio feed if you want the authentic Brazillian experience. Univision En Vivo will have you covered if you don't get WatchESPN or prefer to watch the game as many do in Spanish.
If you're visiting us from the U.K., ITV Player should allow you to watch the game. If you're Canadian, you can watch on the CBC Sports streaming service. For all other countries, you can check out listings at Live Soccer TV.