Colombia take on Greece on Saturday night that will be another tightly contested game of the Group Stage of the 2014 FIFA World Cup. After a brilliant start to the 2014 FIFA World Cup, both teams will look to start their World Cup campaign with a victory, as Group C isn’t a very strong group like some other groups. The other two teams in the Group are Ivory Coast and Japan who face off later in the day.

The first of the 4 matches on Saturday, Greece vs Colombia can go either way. Greece can be dangerous on their day and they rely on their strong defense and their brilliant set piece skills. Colombia, on the other hand will be without their star player, Rademal Falcao, but t hey were impressive in their World Cup Friendly against England. All in all, it promises to be another cracker of a game at this year’s World Cup, which has already witnessed some great games in the first two days itself.

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Colombia vs Greece 2014 World Cup Date Time Channels

Colombia vs Greece 2014 World Cup Date

June 14, 2014

Colombia vs Greece 2014 World Cup Kick Off Time

GMT: 6:00 pm

Indian Standard Time: 9:30 pm

USA: 12:00 pm

Brazil: 01:00 pm

Colombia vs Greece 2014 World Cup Venue

Stadium: Estadio Mineirao

City: Belo Horizonte

Capacity: 62160

Colombia vs Greece 2014 World Cup Telecast Channels

Colombia: Caracol Radio

Greece: Nova Sports

USA: ESPN

France: TF1, beIN Sports, Germany: ARD, ZDF

Brazil: Rede Globo, Fix Sports, ESPN, Band Sports

Singapore: Mediacorp, Singtel

Canada: CBC, Sportsnet, TVA, Eastlink TV

Norway: NRK, TV2

UK: BBC, ITV

Italy: Sky Italia

India: Sony Six

Spain: Mediaset Espana, Gol Television

Netherlands: NOS

Colombia vs Greece Predictions

It promises to be a very closely contested game but I will go with a victory for Colombia in today’s match. Colombia will miss the service of Rademal Falcao but still have the firepower to over come the Greece defense. We predict a 2-1 victory for Colombia over Greece.