Defending champions, Germany, will be looking to kick-start their 2018 FIFA World Cup campaign in style when they take on Mexico at the Luzhniki Stadium on 17th June. Mexico will be fancying their chances to make it to the knockout stages even if they manage to draw against Germany in their opening game. Group F has South Korea and Sweden as the other two teams, which makes the second spot a two-team way between Mexico and Sweden. Germany will start as tournament favorites yet again and are most likely to finish on top of Group F. Mexico, on the other hand, have a lot to prove and will be relying on their young recruits to make something happen for them this time around.
For the fans, it surely will be an exciting watch as Germany have been in some rampaging form in the recent past. Goals galore can be expected yet again from them when they get their title defense underway. It will be a difficult task for Mexico to contain Germany so that attack will be the only way forward for them too. If not anything, fans can expect a goal-laden encounter on 17th June between these two sides. To make sure no football fan misses out on this treat, we’ve got this little guide covering everything from live stream to schedule prepared to keep the fans well ahead of their busy calendar.
A live Stream for Germany vs Mexico will be available on FOX Sports’ official website right after the game between Costa Rica, and Serbia comes to an end. Fans from Asian subcontinent can easily watch the match on Sony’s official app; Sony LIV. beIN Sports will be up with its live stream channel as well for the most number of viewers across the globe as its coverage spans across many countries. DirecTV, Canal+, Sky Sports, BBC, ITV and other official broadcasters will also be live streaming Germany vs Mexico game on their respective websites.
Germany vs Mexico Live Stream Online
Fans who won’t have access to any of the official live stream channels can straight away head off to VPNs and get their access secured. Using VPN Gateways fans will be easily able to access any live stream channel from across the globe on their choice of devices. Fans can also opt for any of the tops, skinny bundles like Sling TV, fuboTV, PlayStation Vue, or DirecTV to stream Germany vs Mexico game without cable too. For a guide on how to use VPNs or how to watch without cable, do check out our previous posts.
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The first Group F game between defending champions Germany and Mexico will kick off at 18:00 Local Time on 17th June. For the Asian fans, it will be a great evening start while for the American fans, it would be a game that will fit along with their breakfast timings. The match will be played at Russia’s national stadium, the Luzhniki Stadium, which is the largest in Russia and the 8th largest all over the world. It can seat up to 81,000 fans for the 2018 FIFA World Cup matches.
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Both sides will have a few big names willing to make a difference on the field. Germany, however, looks much stronger on paper than their opponents. Here is a quick look at how both sides may line up for their first game at the 2018 FIFA World Cup.
In case Manuel Neuer fails to recover from his long-term foot injury, the goalkeeping gloves will be looked after by Ter Stegen. The defense will have Rudiger, Kimmich, Hummels, and Mustafi. Midfield will rely on Ozil, Kroos, and Gotze with a few other names by their side. The front line will see Thomas Müller and Mario Gomez teaming up for the German side.
After an impressive performance last time around, Guillermo Ochoa will be taking care of the goal posts for Mexico yet again. The defense line will rely more on Hector Moreno, Miguel Layun, and Diego Reyes. The midfield will have their captain Andres Guardado alongside Giovani Dos Santos and Jonathon Dos Santos. The front line will feature Chicharito and Raul Jimenez.
The official Broadcast for Germany vs. Mexico will most likely start an hour before the kick-off at around 17:00 local time. It will be the second game on 17th June, and hence its official broadcast will only begin after the Group E game between Costa Rica and Serbia comes to a close. Just like every other game, and in-depth preview show will be presented on FOX Sports for the American fans and Sony for the Asian sub-continent fans. beIN Sports will also have a preview show for Germany vs. Mexico for all the fans from MENA region. Other official broadcasters, DirecTV, Canal+, Sky Sports, and others are also likely to have their panel of experts previewing all ifs and buts for their respective set of viewers.