Germany vs Mexico live

Germany vs. Mexico live stream info, channel, odds: How to watch World Cup 2018 on TV and online
The Germans and Mexicans meet in one of the most highly-anticipated group stage games

Group F play gets underway at the 2018 World Cup when Germany and Mexico face off in Moscow on Sunday. It’s a huge clash and one of the more highly-anticipated games of the group stage, as the reigning champs open up against the upset-minded North Americans.

Looked at as the best teams of the group, if either loses they’ll be in a tough spot and could potentially be headed for an early exit. Germany is the favorite in this one, but Mexico has the players to compete.

Germany enters the game healthy but questions remain around goalkeeper Manuel Neuer. He missed most of the season with Bayern Munich due to injury and hasn’t played a whole lot. How sharp will he be?

Mexico lost Diego Reyes for the tournament after he failed to recover from his hamstring injury in March, and now Juan Carlos Osorio will be tasked with finding the central defensive duo that can give Germany problems.

Here’s how you can watch the match and more. And be sure to return a half-hour before kickoff for our live blog of the game:
How to watch

When: Sunday at 11 a.m. ET
Where: Olimiyskiy Stadium in Moscow
TV: FS1 and Telemundo
Stream: fuboTV (Try for free)
Follow: CBS Sports App

Mexico pulls off a little bit of a surprise, earning a hard-fought draw on a late Hirving Lozano goal. Mexico 1, Germany 1.
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Germany begins their campaign to defend their World Cup title with a pretty tough starting match against Mexico in Moscow.

After dominating the group stages since 1994, the Germans have a lot to prove after suffering a bad year of results.

Mexico might see this as an opportunity to strike while the iron is hot but you can expect Germany, with Timo Werner, Mesut Ozil and Toni Kroos listed on the squad, to make a good run.

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