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Details: Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. ET, MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, New Jersey
(NOTE: All matches are scheduled for Wednesday. All times listed are Eastern.)
Why to watch: Well, let's put it this way. If you don't want to watch this match, there's a pretty good chance you just don't like the sport.
Brazil will host the World Cup in 2014. The roster for this match won't have Hulk and Adriano (Associated Press via Sports Illustrated), but it's still packed with talent.
Neymar, a 20-year-old forward, is one of the world's most exciting young players. He also figures to be one of the most sought-after transfer prospects in the world once he decides to leave Santos.
Beyond Neymar, there's Leandro Damiao, Oscar, Lucas Moura and Kaká, now a grizzled veteran at the age of 30.
Across the pitch, Colombia will counter with Radamel Falcao, the Atletico Madrid striker who has been lighting up Europe at an alarming rate over the past few seasons.
If Neymar is the most sought-after transfer prospect currently playing outside Europe, Falcao is almost certainly the most wanted transfer target already there. Like Neymar, the 26-year-old Falcao has the resume to back up the hype.
With so many big names set to play, this one might just be a must-watch.