The Confederations Cup semifinals are set, and it features the tournament's four best teams: Portugal, Mexico, Germany and Chile.
The penultimate round is sure to be a treat, so how did the teams get here and how can you watch?
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Portugal vs. Chile
Portugal took seven points in Group A action to finish first, while Chile's five points were good enough for second place in Group B. That means we get Cristiano Ronaldo and the supremely organized Portuguese against Alexis Sanchez and the Chile team that often resembles (barely) controlled chaos.
You can watch the two teams square off on Wednesday at 2 p.m. ET on FS1, with pregame beginning at 1 p.m. ET.
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Germany vs. Mexico
Germany skirted past Chile with a draw to open the Confederations Cup, then won their next two matches for seven points and first place in Group B. Mexico racked up seven points in Group A, but finished second to Portugal on goal difference. Now they will try to show that they're ready to make the leap from CONCACAF power to legitimate world class against the defending World Cup champions.
El Tri will take on the Germans on Thursday at 2 p.m. on FS2, with an hour pregame show beginning at 1 p.m. ET.