Uruguay v. Italy 5:00PM BST/12:00PM EST
Brazil v. Spain 11:00PM BST/6:00PM EST
Ways to Watch: Check local listings; ESPN2 (URU-ITA), ESPN (BRA-ESP) ESPN3.com in the US
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Uruguay: They weren't convincing enough to overcome Brazil--who feel like the team of destiny here despite Spain's dominance--but Uruguay were about as good as they've been in the tournament so far in their semi-final loss. Luis Suarez didn't have his best night and will likely hope to finish on a better note today against a very good Italy side; most are looking past this match (and most of the ones before it) to some sort of resolution to his club future, which will hopefully be settled over the coming weeks. Doubtful that there's room for Sebastian Coates, who's only played a handful of minutes aside from his start against Tahiti.
Spain: Even though the Confederations Cup has the tone of a fun set of friendlies, becoming holders in a third major international tournament would be a significant achievement for Spain. It's hard to root against Brazil here, though this Spain squad have a penchant for squeezing out sentimentality in favor of possession, passing, and getting a goal (or more penalties than their opposition) when they need it. Pepe Reina will join Victor Valdes in watching Iker Casillas--who was very good against Italy from the sidelines. Like Suarez, the post-holiday period for Reina will be mighty interesting to watch given the arrival of Simon Mignolet.