Argentina vs. Germany
When: 9 a.m. Where: Cape Town
TV/radio: ABC, Univision; KTXX (104.9 FM), KZNX (1530 AM), KWNX (1260 AM)
The buzz: There is no love lost between these longtime rivals. In the 2006 World Cup quarterfinals, after Germany beat Argentina on penalty kicks, the teams brawled on the pitch. Argentina comes into this one with the better record at this World Cup, having won all four of its matches by a combined score of 10-2. Gonzalo Higuain has four goals and Carlos Tevez two for the Albiceleste, who are still waiting for the first goal from superstar forward Lionel Messi. Germany, meanwhile, has scored four goals twice in the tournament but also lost 1-0 to Serbia. Bayern Munich teammates Bastian Schweinsteiger and Thomas Muller lead the German attack, with Muller having scored a teamhigh three times. Young goalkeeper Manuel Neuer will be the last line of defense against Messi and Co., who lead the World Cup in goals and shots on goal (nine per match).