World Cup 2014: Brazil v Germany semi-final live on BBC television

Hulk and Philip Lahm
Brazil's Hulk and Germany's Philipp Lahm will face each in Tuesday's semi-final

The BBC will show the World Cup semi-final between Brazil and Germany live on television.

The host nation, who will be without their talismanic striker Neymar, face Germany at 21:00 BST on Tuesday in Belo Horizonte.

The second semi-final, between Netherlands and Argentina takes place on Wednesday, 9 July.

There is BBC coverage of every game on radio and online.

Live text commentary on every match at the World Cup is available on the BBC Sport website and app for mobile, tablet and BBC Sport Connected TV App.

BBC Radio 5 live is providing live coverage and analysis of every game.

A 1-0 win against France in Friday's quarter-final ensured Germany's place in the last four, while Brazil beat Colombia 2-1.

Germany coach Joachim Low believes the South American side will have an important advantage in being at home, while Brazil captain Thiago Silva wants to win the World Cup for Neymar after the forward was ruled out with a broken bone in his back.

BBC coverage of the semi-finals

Tuesday, 8 July: Brazil v Germany (live TV and radio coverage and online text commentary, 21:00 BST)

Wednesday, 9 July: Netherlands v Argentina (live online text commentary and radio coverage, 21:00 BST)

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