For those of you who are unable to sit infront of a television set for the second game of the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa, between Uruguay & France, then we have a solution for you.
Infact, BBC will be streaming all World Cup games it is broadcasting on it’s channels throughout the entire tournament. If you still cannot watch these games if you are at work, or have some other issue, BBC Radio 5 Live will be providing commentary via their radio station. You can also follow them on their Twitter page.
This current game see’s 2 time winners Uruguay face 1 time winners France, who won when they hosted the tournament in 1998. According to several reports, Chelsea winger Florent Malouda has been dropped after a disagreement with the coach, but the only way to see this for sure is to check out the source below, where you can watch the game in full. Along with text-commentary, highlights of previous matches, and team stats and information.
Important: To be able to play and view the matches that BBC are streaming, you will need to have Flash Player installed on your computer. You can download the latest version of Flash here.
Source: BBC Sport
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