Both Portugal and Uruguay fight to move on to the quarterfinals and advance farther than in 2014.
Uruguay is sticking with the lineup that got them here, but Portugal has made some minor changes. After a disappointing performance against Iran, three new players come in. The scorer of amazing goals and doer of very little else, Ricardo Quaresma, has been dropped. Goncalo Guedes, Bernardo Silva and Ricardo Pereira return to the lineup.
Uruguay vs. Argentina lineups
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Portugal and Uruguay continue play in the knockout stage as the second game of the Round of 16 to takes place on Saturday. The match is get for 2 p.m. ET at the Fisht Stadium in Sochi, Russia, and you can watch it on FOX and Telemundo. Online streaming is also available in English through FOX Sports Go here or in Spanish through Telemundo here.
The winner of this match will face France — who held off Argentina, 4-3, earlier on Saturday — in the quarterfinals. Cristiano Ronaldo and Portugal have already had more success than in the 2014 World Cup, where they failed to get out of the group stage. Uruguay advanced to the Round of 16 during the 2014 World Cup, but was knocked out by a loss to Colombia.
Follow along for score updates as both teams try to advance and face the winner of France and Argentina.
Portugal vs. Uruguay Time, TV channel, and streaming info
Time: 2 p.m. ET
Location: Fisht Stadium, Sochi, Russia
TV: FOX (English), Telemundo (Spanish)
Streaming: Watch the game on Fox Sports Go (English) and Telemundo Deportes en vivo (Spanish) for free if you sign in with your TV provider. It’s also on subscription services like Fubo and Hulu.
Odds: EV (Full odds at OddsShark)
For listings from more countries, check out Live Soccer TV.
Portugal vs. Uruguay news to read before kickoff
Uruguay are not here for your viewing pleasure, and never have been
Screw you. Yeah, you. Soccer fan, reading this, I’m talking to you. Do you think Uruguay’s 1-0 win over Saudi Arabia boring? Do you think they should have tried to score more? It doesn’t matter. You don’t matter, because Uruguay is not here for you. They’re here to try to win the World Cup the best way they know how, and that doesn’t involve winning over the masses with stylish play.
It’s Cristiano Ronaldo’s last chance to prove everything we already know about him
Cristiano Ronaldo has won almost everything in his career: The Ballon d’Or, World Player of the Year, La Liga titles, Premier League titles, Champions League titles, and a European Championship. There’s just one last thing he hasn’t won yet: the World Cup. In fact, we’ve yet to even really see Ronaldo at his best in a World Cup. In Russia, he’s making his fourth and possibly last run in a World Cup — the most important of his career.
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