The first World Cup game of the day is Belgium vs Algeria, kicking off at 5:00pm.
If you’re not able to sneak out of work early or find a nearby pub where you can hole up in and ‘work from home’ from, then you might want to point your web browser over to the ITV Player and stream the action live from there.
For those who are able to get in front of a TV just in time for kick off, ITV and ITV HD is where you’ll find the latest Group H action. Read on to find out where and how you’ll be able to watch and stream Belgium vs Algeria.
Where can I watch the Belgium vs Algeria World Cup game on…
ITV (channel 3 on Freeview and YouView) will be broadcasting Belgium vs Algeria in SD while and ITV HD (channel 103) will be showing the match in glorious high definition.
You can get ITV in SD at channel 103 in England while channel 119 in England, Wales and the Scottish Borders on Freesat will give you ITV HD.
In Northern Ireland and Scotland, channel 119 on Freesat is home to UTV HD and STV HD respectively.
Belgium vs Algeria kicks off on ITV on channel 103 for in standard def, while those with HD TV sets will want to head over to channel 178 for ITV HD.
If you’re not at home nobody in the living room wants to watch the football, you can always use Sky Go to stream the game on your phone or tablet.
Tune in to channel 103 for ITV and channel 113 for ITV HD on Virgin Media TV.
You’ll be able to watch all of the ITV World Cup games live on the ITV Player. The TVPlayer app for iOS, Android and Amazon Kindle tablets will also let you stream ITV’s coverage of Belgium vs Algeria live.
Don’t forget to check out our feature telling you where you can watch every other World Cup 2014 game.
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