The outcome of Italy vs Costa Rica could affect England’s chances of getting through the group stage of 2014 World Cup following Italy’s narrow 2-1 victory earlier in the tournament.
Costa Rica’s 3-1 win over Uruguay has seen their chances raised but whether or the Central American nation can hold their own or reign over Euro 2012 winners Italy remains to be seen.
The only way to find out of course is to tune in this Friday at 5:00pm to find out. BBC One and BBC One HD is where the action can be found on your TV and of course you can point your desktop, tablet or mobile browser over to the BBC Sport site if you can’t get in front of a TV in time.
Here’s everything you need to know about watching Italy vs Costa Rica on your TV or online.
Where can I watch the Italy vs Costa Rica World Cup game on…
Tune into BBC One on channel 1 or BBC One HD on channel 101 on both Freeview and YouView.
Freesat viewers in England can get BBC One in SD at channel 101 and BBC One HD channel 108.
Freesatters watching from Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales can catch the action on BBC One in standard definition at channel 108 and in high definition on channel 101.
Sky TV customers in England can get the regular SD BBC One at channel 101 and BBC One HD at channel 141.
Viewers in Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales can tune in to standard definition BBC One at channel 141 and BBC One HD at channel 101.
Virgin Media TV customers can get BBC One in SD at channel 101 or in HD at channel 108.
As well as being able to stream the game on BBC iPlayer, you’ll be able to watch all the action live and immerse yourself in a world of stats over on the BBC Sport site.
The BBC is promising 24/7 coverage of the World Cup for the first time, offering up highlights, commentary and multiple ways to watch games – head over to bbc.co.uk/worldcup on your desktop, laptop, tablet or mobile browser or through the BBC Sport app if you’ve got it on your smart TV.
The TVPlayer app for iOS, Android and Amazon Kindle tablets will also let you access BBC One and therefore stream the Italy vs Costa Rica on the go.
We’ve got also got the full World Cup 2014 games and kick off times, plus which broadcaster is showing them in our big feature here.
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