When and where: The Olympics Women's football first round match kicks-off from Wembley at 2.45 p.m. ET. Coverage will be provided by the NBC Olympic soccer channel with a live stream available on NBCOlympics.com. Viewers in the U.K. can watch a live stream on the BBC Sport website.

Preview: Host nation Great Britain looks to take full advantage home field advantage at London's famed Wembley Stadium, as they square off against a strong Brazilian team in Women's Soccer.

Since Great Britain and Brazil have already recorded two wins within Group E, both teams are guaranteed to reach the quarter-finals regardless of the match's outcome. Nonetheless, the game still promises to be highly competitive.

Midfielder Stephanie Houghton has played wonderfully for Great Britain, scoring a goal in each game played. British team captain Casey Stone managed to quickly open up the scoring in the team's last game against Cameroon. Houghton and Stone now look to lead their team against a Brazilian side that has won silver medals in the two previous Olympics.

Brazil has enjoyed stellar play from their two forwards, Cristiane and five-tome World Player of the Year Marta. Christiane sealed the deal with against a defensive minded New Zealand, managing to score the only goal of the game. Marta proved to be a valuable offensive asset after scoring twice in a match where Brazil destroyed Cameroon 5-0.

The upcoming match between Brazil and New Zealand looks to be a high scoring affair with the two teams combining for 12 goals in four games so far. The pressure is on both teams as a predicted crowd of nearly 70,000 will be watching at Wembley.