FIVB World Championship matches to follow today

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There isn’t a whole lot left the United States to achieve in the third round of the FIVB World Championship, besides maintaining its perfect record.

The United States and Brazil having already clinched spots in the semifinals will play each other in their third-round finale on Thursday. Check out all the FIVB World Championship third round matches to follow today and how to follow them live.

Pool I matches

United States (9-0, 1-0 Pool I, 3 points) vs. Brazil (8-1, 1-0 Pool I, 2 points)
Match vitals:
5 p.m. (10 a.m. CDT) in Torino, Italy
Follow live: Live stats, Pay-per-view online video, In-match tweets
FIVB World Championship titles: United States (1986); Brazil (2010, 2006, 2002)
NCAA players on U.S. roster: Matt Anderson (Penn State 2006-08); Taylor Averill (Hawai’i 2012-15); Micah Christenson (USC 2012-15); Max Holt (Penn State 2006-09); Jeff Jendryk (Loyola 2015-18); Jake Langlois (BYU 2014-17); Dan McDonnell (UC Irvine 2011-12); Ben Patch (BYU 2013, 2016-17); Aaron Russell (Penn State 2012-15); Taylor Sander (BYU 2011-14); Kawika Shoji (Stanford 2007-10); Erik Shoji (Stanford 2009-12); David Smith (UC Irvine 2004-07); Dustin Watten (Long Beach State 2005-09)
NCAA players on Brazil roster: None

Pool J matches

Poland (7-2, 1-0 Pool J, 3 points) vs. Italy (7-2, 0-1 Pool J, 0 points)
Match vitals:
8:30 p.m. (1:30 p.m. CDT) in Torino, Italy
Follow live: Live stats, In-match tweets
FIVB World Championship titles: Poland (2014, 1974); Italy (1998, 1994, 1990)
NCAA players on Brazil roster: None
NCAA players on Serbia roster: None