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How to watch the 2018 FIFA World Cup, Day 19: TV and streaming options

Senegal v Colombia: Group H - 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia Photo by Dean Mouhtaropoulos/Getty Images

While scrolling Twitter a couple of days ago, I came across a video that involved Juan Cuadrado and a couple of his Colombian teammates practicing what I assumed to be a little goal celebration dance or two. It went a little something like this...

Here you have a couple of tall and lengthy defenders in Mina and Mojica alongside everybody’s favorite Colombian winger, Johnny Square. As you can see, Cuadrado’s hips are in perfect condition, so there’s no need to check those out at J Medical upon his return from international duty later this month.

Maybe they were just dancing for dancing’s sake.

Maybe they were practicing their very next goal celebration.

Maybe they were just showing us that Colombians can gyrate better than anybody else.

Colombia vs. England is the nightcap of this final Round of 16 doubleheader. It’s the main event of the day. And I’d be saying that even if Stephan Lichtsteiner wasn’t suspended and eligible to yell to his heart’s content at any referee or opposing player that dares to get in his path of destruction. (No, just seeing Albin Ekdal on the field against the Swiss isn’t enough to swing the pendulum into today’s opening game’s favor. Next time, Albin.)


Sweden vs. Switzerland: 10 a.m. Eastern Time, 7 a.m. Pacific (NBC link here)

Colombia vs. England: 2 p.m. Eastern Time, 11 a.m. Pacific (NBC link here)


Television: Sweden-Switzerland will be shown on Fox Sports 1, Colombia-England will be shown on FOX (United States); TSN4, TSN5 (Canada); UTV, STV Scotland, ITV1 UK (United Kingdom)

Online/mobile: Telemundo Deportes En Vivo (links above); Fox Sports Go (United States); TSN GO, RDS GO (Canada); The ITV Hub (United Kingdom)

Note: This post will be updated daily as the main World Cup viewing and off-topic thread here at BWRAO. Stay tuned to BWRAO for posts regarding Juventus’ representation in Russia as well as any transfer-related happenings that take place before, during or after the day’s schedule comes and goes.