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World Cup Today: Tuesday
June 23rd, 2014 11:54PM

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[BRAZIL 2014] Four games will be played on Tuesday with two berths in the round of 16 up for grabs. The big game pits Italy against Uruguay -- the winners of the first four World Cups and six between them. Italy has the advantage in the battle of the Blues. It moves on with a win or tie.

But Uruguay, which must win to stay alive, has Luis Suarez, who declared himself ''perfect shape'' five days after scoring both goals in a 2-1 win over England.

Suarez says he is continuing his rehabilitation from knee surgery and is ''building myself back up'' to play Italy.

Group D Standings:
PTS TEAM W-T-L GF/GA
6 Costa Rica 2-0-0 4/1
3 Italy 1-0-1 2/2
3 Uruguay 1-0-1 3/4
0 England 0-0-2 2/4

Schedule:
June 24 in Natal
Italy vs. Uruguay
ESPN, Univision/UDN noon ET
June 24 in Belo Horizonte

Costa Rica vs. England
ESPN2, UniMas/Galavision noon ET



In Group C, Ivory Coast controls its own destiny and will join group leader in the next round if it beats winless Greece.

Group C Standings:
PTS TEAM W-T-L GF/GA
6 Colombia 2-0-0 5/1
3 Ivory Coast 1-0-1 3/3
1 Japan 0-1-1 1/2
1 Greece 0-1-1 0/3

Schedule:
June 24 in Cuiaba
Japan vs. Colombia
ESPN, Univision/UDN 4 p.m. ET
June 24 in Fortaleza
Greece vs. Ivory Coast
ESPN2, UniMas/Galavision 4 p.m. ET


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