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Mexico vs Brazil live stream: Time, TV channels and how to watch 2018 World Cup online

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Mexico v Sweden: Group F - 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia Photo by Ryan Pierse/Getty Images

The Mexico national team have a date with history as they take on Brazil in the Round of 16 of the 2018 World Cup.

It has been a rollercoaster of a World Cup for El Tri, and after needing a win from South Korea over Germany to advance to the knockout stage, destiny is once again in Mexico’s hands.

Brazil arrive to this match after finishing first in their group and will be eager to continue to put the ghosts of 2014 behind them. While the Verde-Amarela have admitted in the past that Mexico is a rival that always makes things difficult for them, they no doubt arrive as heavy favorites.

What Mexico will use as encouragement, however, is the fact that they have historically been able to get huge wins over Brazil in the past. One of the most memorable being the 2012 Olympic Gold Medal match in London.

Obviously, this is a different tournament and a different match. In a tournament, though, where the underdogs have reigned supreme, who would be surprised if Mexico do what many think is the impossible? As they say, it is now or never for Juan Carlos Osorio and his men. Vamos Mexico!

HOW TO WATCH, STREAM 2018 WORLD CUP

Date: Monday, July 2

Time: 7:00am Pacific, 9:00am Central, 10:00am Eastern

Venue: Samara Arena, Samara, Russia

TV: FOX Network (US-English), Telemundo (US-Spanish), Azteca 7 (Mexico), TDN (Mexico), Sky HD (Mexico), UnivisionTDN (Mexico), Canal de las Estrellas (Mexico), Globo (Brazil), SporTV(Brazil), FOX Sports 1 Brasil(Brazil)

Streaming: NBC (via Telemundo), fuboTV (Free trial + monthly subscription)

Listings via LiveSoccerTV.com