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2018 World Cup day four: Times, TV schedule, how to watch

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The beat goes on.

Morocco v Iran: Group B - 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia Photo by Julian Finney/Getty Images

Apart from that first game on Thursday, this tournament has been a ton of fun - close games, late winners, heartbreak, and a Cristiano Ronaldo hat trick, and that was just the first two days.

Today sees two more heavyweights - and a couple middleweights - kick things off today, as Groups E and F get under way. The day’s first match sees Joel Campbell and Costa Rica take on Serbia, followed an hour later by holders Germany kicking off their title defense against Mexico. The day concludes with Brazil playing Switzerland, and starting their mission to redeem themselves after their, uh, showing in 2014.

Pour yourself a bowl of cereal, make up a mimosa or two, and enjoy the games! all non-US broadcast info can be found at livesoccer.tv. Stream given is the Spanish-language stream, but it’s free to US viewers; there are many paid options available, as well as the dodgy ones we won’t talk about here.

Costa Rica v. Serbia, Group E
Samara Arena, Samara
5AM PT/8AM ET/1PM BT/3PM RT
US TV: Fox
US Stream: Telemundo

Germany v. Mexico, Group F
Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow
8AM PT/11AM ET/4PM BT/6PM RT
US TV: FS1
US Stream: Telemundo

Brazil v. Switzerland, Group E
Rostov Arena, Rostov-on-Don
11AM PT/2PM ET/7PM BT/9PM RT
US TV: FS1
US Stream: Telemundo