The Netherlands are all set to take on Argentina in the second semi-final of World Cup 2014 this Wednesday.
Kick-off is due for 9:00pm UK time and then and only then will we get to see if Lionel Messi can be contained by a Dutch side that may not include midfielder Nigel de Jong.
The Netherlands has scored the most number of goals so far – 12 – while Argentina has put away seven, not including penalties. Then again, of all those goals, it’s Messi who has scored four of them.
The only way to find out is to get yourself to the nearest pub with a TV, get home in time, set a recording or stream it on your phone. The action will be broadcast live on ITV and ITV HD as well as streamed live on ITV Player and TVPlayer.
We tell you how to get all of the sporting action on your TV screen and on your desktop, tablet and phone below.
Where can I watch the Netherlands vs Argentina World Cup game on…
Tune into Freeview and YouView channel 3 to catch Netherlands vs Argentina in standard definition and ITV HD on channel 103 to watch the game in HD.
Standard definition ITV can be found on Freesat channel 103. Viewers in England, Wales and the Scottish Borders can watch it the game in high definition on channel 119.
In Northern Ireland and Scotland, channel 119 on Freesat is home to UTV HD and STV HD respectively.
Sky TV customers can get ITV in standard definition at channel 103. ITV HD is also available on Sky channel 178 in England, Wales and the Scottish Borders.
If you’re at home or the living room is occupied you can always stream the game on your phone or tablet with Sky Go.
Virgin Media TV customers can catch the game on ITV on channel 103 and in high definition over on channel 113.
Don’t forget to check out our feature telling you where you can watch all the other World Cup 2014 games.