With their World Cup campaigns about to begin, both Mexico and Poland will be confident of their chances of reaching the last 16 in Qatar, behind Lionel Messi’s Argentina — who are heavily fancied to win Group C.
El Tri have reached the knockout stages in their last seven World Cup appearances. Poland meanwhile, have failed to make it out of the group stages since 1986.
Messi’s last dance in Qatar forms part of a long list of stars names making their final World Cup appearance in the Middle East, with Poland captain Robert Lewandowski also tipped to end his international career after the tournament.
This one shapes up to be an intriguing opening matchup, and you can find all the details to stream the action below.
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For those hoping to catch the Mexico vs. Poland game via stream, check out the details below. New users of fuboTV can take advantage of a free trial to see the match, just in time for the World Cup.
For existing cable, satellite, and telco subscribers, as well as subscribers to Peacock in the USA, there are other ways to watch the match online.
Subscribers to cable, fiber, or satellite service can watch matches in English or Spanish via authentication using their existing subscription login:
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Existing subscribers to Peacock can livestream every FIFA World Cup match in Spanish as the Telemundo and Universo broadcasts are simulcast, since both Spanish-language channels are part of the NBC family of networks.
Fox’s free streaming platform Tubi will have a channel dedicated to the World Cup with highlights, analysis, and match replays in 4K.
Here’s the complete rundown of matches that can be streamed on fuboTV in English and Spanish throughout the tournament.
Monday, Nov. 21
Tuesday, Nov. 22
Wednesday, Nov. 23
Thursday, Nov. 24
Friday, Nov. 25
Saturday, Nov. 26
Sunday, Nov. 27
Monday, Nov. 28
Tuesday, Nov. 29
Wednesday, Nov. 30
Thursday, Dec. 1
Friday, Dec. 2