Time: Friday, July 6 at 2 p.m. ET
Channel: FS1, Telemundo and NBC Universo
Stream Online: Hulu with Live TV or fuboTV (Try for free)
Brazil is a World Cup powerhouse, qualifying every year the tournament has been held and winning it five times, so it's no surprise to see them in the quarter-finals this year. Philippe Coutinho and Neymar lead the team with two goals each, making up for more than half the seven goals scored by the team this tournament. Expect Alisson Becker to keep up his strong play in goal; Brazil has allowed just a single goal in the tournament.
Meanwhile, Japan thought they had the game locked away with a 2-0 lead in the second half, but then Belgium stormed back to go up 3-2 in the fourth minute of stoppage time to win the game; it's the first time in nearly 50 years that a team has overcome a 2-0 deficit to win a game. Belgium has scored 12 goals in the tournament, with Romelu Lukaku sitting in second place in tournament scoring with four of those goals in three matches.
Fridays's game at Kazan Arena, Kazan starts at 9 p.m. local time, or 2 p.m. Eastern (11 a.m. Pacific). You can watch it live on FS1 in English, or in Spanish on Telemundo and NBC Universo through your cable company. If you don't have cable you can stream it via Hulu with Live TV, or fuboTV. If you aren't scheduling your entire life around World Cup, you'll be happy to know fuboTV provides access to all of the games for up to 72 hours after the original airing, allowing you to watch the games on your own schedule.
This should be an exciting game to watch, as it'll pit Belgium's relentless offense against Brazil's impenetrable defense. Both teams are ranked high on the FIFA list, with Brazil in second place, and Belgium one spot behind them in third.