Want to watch the Brazil Vs Croatia match live online? Read on to find where you can find it, as well as live radio coverage.

The World Cup opening ceremony begins at 7:00 PM BST (4:00 PM ET), with the match set to kick off at 9:00PM BST (6:00 PM ET).

Both ITV and ESPN will be streaming the game live online.

ITV coverage is free (although some regional restrictions may apply), while the ESPN coverage is available to existing subscribers.

If you’d prefer live audio coverage then there are options available via both online services and radio.

BBC Radio 5 will be broadcasting live commentary online, and on 909/693 MW in the UK.

For a US perspective on the action, you can stream audio from ESPN Radio.

The first match of the 2014 World Cup looks to be a straight forward affair, with Brazil the overwhelming favourites to win.

International football is rarely as simple as it seems though, and Croatia will be looking to put in a good performance.

Eyes will also be on Brazil star Neymar after an injury scare during practice earlier in the week.

According to reports he has continued to train and is match fit, but a solid match performance will set nerves at ease.

If you’re looking forward to the competition, why not join the discussion below and share your match predictions?