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2014 World Cup Day Five Open Thread

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The work week starts, but will you be at work or in front of a TV somewhere?

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Mark Kolbe

Ah, Monday. The start of another work week, the last week of spring, and the first full week of World Cup 2014.  Who needs work?

Who's On Today?

Group G: Germany vs Portugal, 9AM PT/Noon ET. Is anybody reading these, or are you just jumping straight to the comments?
Group F: Iran vs Nigeria, Noon PT/3PM ET I mean, it's fine either way, I'm just curious.
Group G: Ghana vs USA USA USA 3PM PT/6PM ET But if you're not really reading them, it may alter the content a bit.

Any Arsenal Connections?

Mesut Özil, Lukas Podolski, and Per Mertesacker are wearing the German shirt against a Portuguese side that is entirely Arsenalless. Otherwise, a very Gunner-free day.

What About Transfer Targets?

Julian Draxler?  Any other good Germans?

Where Can I See These Games?

In the US, all three games today are on ESPN. All matches are on ITV Player in the UK and CBC Sports in Canada. You can find other listings at LiveSoccerTV.