Colombia vs Uruguay Live Streaming Free ABC TV: Watch World Cup 2014 Soccer Online [ESPN]

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Colombia's James Rodriguez World Cup 2014
Colombia's James Rodriguez (L) celebrates after scoring against Ivory Coast during their 2014 World Cup Group C football match. Colombia won the match 2-1 to go top of Group C. (REUTERS/Paul Hanna)

Colombia vs. Uruguay match is the second World Cup 2014 knock out game. The Round of 16 match is scheduled to start at 1 p.m. PT on Saturday, June 28, 2014. The teams are scheduled to go head-to-head at the Estadio Maracana in Rio de Janeiro - and fans can watch the football (soccer) game at the comfort of their homes on free live stream below.

Uruguay were able to advance to Round of 16 from the 'Group of Death' but their star player Liverpool striker Luis Suarez made headlines after he bit Italy's defender Giorgio Chiellini on the shoulder last Thursday. The 27-year-old player has been effectively banned for four months and cannot wear the Celeste shirt for nine international matches, meaning he is out of the World Cup and beyond. What's worse is that team captain Diego Lugano could also be out with a knee injury. Could there be any hope for Uruguay as they face Colombia, who has beaten every team from Group C without their star striker Radamel Falcao - Watch the free live stream below to find out.

The FIFA World Cup 2014 Colombia vs. Uruguay will be televised by ABC, and those wanting to watch online can access the live stream below.

World Cup 2014 Live Stream Free - Watch Colombia vs. Uruguay Online

Colombia vs. Uruguay @ 1 p.m. PT

The teams have faced off 38 times with Uruguay winning 18 games and Colombia 11 of the meetings. In their past three meetings, Uruguay won 3-1 in the South Africa World Cup qualifier on September 9, 2009, Colombia emerge victoriously with 4-0 in the Brazil World Cup qualifier on July 9, 2012 and Uruguay won 2-0 in the same stage on October 9 in the following year. So far, Colombia has the highest shot conversion rate 31 percent, largely attributed to James Rodriguez who scored three goals in the World Cup and has scored in all of his last five international games.

Catch all the adrenaline rush by watching the live stream. The World Cup live stream can be watched online at ABC or ESPN above (free for cable subscribers).