England vs Honduras Live Stream Free Football: Watch World Cup 2014 Warm Up Online (Start Time)

England will play Honduras on Saturday in their final warm up game before the World Cup 2014 tournament kicks off in Brazil next week. Today's game will start at 4.45 p.m. ET (9.45 p.m. BST) and can be watched online through free live stream (details below).

(Photo: Reuters/Darren Staples)England's John Terry catches the ball during a soccer training session in London Colney, north of London, September 3, 2012.

In team news winger Raheem Sterling will miss the Honduras game through suspension after his red card earlier this week. However, that suspension will not affect his appearances at the World Cup when it starts.

Sterling was given a straight red after going in hard on Ecuador's Antonio Valencia during Wednesday's 2-2 draw, with Valencia also being sent off for grabbing Sterling around the neck in the aftermath.

England will also be missing midfielder Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, who is out of for a second game with a knee injury.

Eight players who did not get a chance earlier this week against Ecuador should get a chance today, including goalkeeper Joe Hart, defenders Glen Johnson, Gary Cahill, Phil Jagielka and Leighton Baines, along with Liverpool trio Steven Gerrard, Jordan Henderson and Daniel Sturridge.

England will be hoping to finalize their preparations for the World Cup today before they kick start their campaign against Italy on June 14.

Following that game they will also be up against Uruguay and Costa Rica on June 19 and June 24 respectively. Realistically they must win two of those games to progress to the knock out stages of the competition, although a win, draw and loss could see them competing but would be very much in the air.

England manager Roy Hodgson has refused to reveal anything about which players will be chosen to start against Honduras next week: "There is no need to give Italy the starting line-up and I haven't told the players the team."

He added, "We take the Honduras game very serious but it will be more than an 11-man game. I'm aware that everyone is trying to second guess the team."

England will play Honduras on Saturday with a kick off time of 4.45 p.m. ET and can be watched online through free live stream by clicking here.