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World Cup: Brazil vs Netherlands: Live Stream, TV Info, Injury Report

The 2014 FIFA World Cup is now down to four teams, but two of them will be playing in the third-place game.

Mark Kolbe

Who: Netherlands vs. Brazil

What: 2014 FIFA World Cup Third-Place Game

When: Saturday, July 12, at 9 p.m. BST (4 p.m. ET)

Where: Brasilia, Brazil

TV: ITV HD (UK only); ESPN (U.S. only)

Live Stream: ITV Player (UK only); ESPN Player (U.S. only)

The 2014 FIFA World Cup is nearing it's end. After a tournament full of spectacular plays, exhilarating wins and heartbreaking defeats, we are technically down to four teams left.

Germany and Argentina will be playing for the championship on Sunday, while Brazil and the Netherlands will face each other in the third-place game on Saturday.

Injury Report

It's the final game of the tournament for these two teams, and there aren't a lot of notable players expected to miss this contest, but the ones who are will be costly for the team once favored to win the tournament.

Host nation Brazil has gotten this far in large part because of the play of their star forward, Neymar, whose four goals have driven Brazil closer towards their dream.

However, he suffered a fractured vertebra in the 2-1 victory over Colombia and will play no further part in the tournament. He missed the 7-1 loss to Germany in the semifinal round.

As for Brazil's Thiago Silva, the Selecao captain was missing through suspension in Belo Horizonte on Tuesday as his fellow Brazilians were thrashed 7-1 at by Germany.

He has urged disgruntled Brazil fans to help the crestfallen World Cup hosts to overcome their semi-final capitulation.

"It's almost impossible to explain what happened," he told the Brazilian FA (CBF)'s website. "The team was not the Brazil squad that usually presents itself.

"The pain from this defeat is too big. It is during this bad time that we need the strength of the fans even more. I guarantee that we will play Saturday's game like it was the final of the World Cup."

Meanwhile, Netherlands midfielder Nigel de Jong could be back after recovering from a groin injury. That injury was expected to keep him sidelined for the remainder of the World Cup, but he has made a good recovery and could be fit for the game.