How to see and where to watch live on television and online the Mexico vs Sweden, Group F match of the 2018 World Cup that will be played today at the Central Stadium
Mexico and Sweden face eighths on the horizon. Both teams seek to certify their passage to the second round. A draw would be enough if Germany does not win, but if the German team wins, things get complicated. The Mexican side remains unbeaten in this group stage, with two wins against Germany (0-1) and South Korea (1-2).
Schedule: at what time will Mexico – Sweden, Group F be played?
Mexicans and Swedes will measure their forces on Wednesday, June 27 at 4:00 pm at Central Stadium. Framed in Group F, Mexico is first with six points, while Sweden is third with three points, tied with Germany (2nd).
- Timetable in Mexico: 09:00 hours
- Hours in the USA: 10:00 ET, 09:00 hours CT, 07:00 PT
- Timetable in Peru: 09:00 hours
- Timetable in Colombia: 09:00 hours
- Schedule in Chile: 10:00 hours
- Timetable in Venezuela: 10:00 am
- Timetable in Argentina: 11:00 hours
- Timetable in Uruguay: 11:00 hours
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Television: on which TV channel watch Mexico vs Sweden?
The match between Germany and Mexico of Group F can be seen live on television on BeMad, an open channel that can be tuned for free through DTT in Spain. Sweden reaches the meeting after winning by the minimum against South Korea on the first day while losing by 1-2 to Germany. In addition, we offer you television channels where you can watch the game in other Spanish-speaking countries:
- Television in Mexico: Sky Mexico, TDN, Televisa and TV Azteca
- Television in the USA: Telemundo and consult local programming
- Television in Peru: Latina, DirecTV Sports
- Television in Colombia: RCN, Caracol, DirecTV Sports
- Television in Chile: Mega, Channel 13, DirecTV Sports, TVN
- Television in Argentina: Public TV, Tyc Sports and DirectTV Sports
- Television in Uruguay: Monte Carlo TV, Channel 10, Teledoce, Uruguayan Television Network, Montecable, TCC, Nuevo Siglo TV and Equital SA
- Rest of Latin America: DirecTV Sports
If you want to see live on television you can do it on ESPN, one of the several Mediaset channels that can be tuned for free through DTT.
Internet: where to follow live online Mexico vs Sweden?
In fifa.com you can follow the minute by minute of Mexico vs Sweden, match corresponding to day 1 of the group stage of the 2018 World Cup. On our website, you will find all the information about the World Cup in Russia.
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