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Brazil vs Mexico Live Stream: Watch today’s World Cup clash for free

Brazil vs Mexico Live Stream: Watch the 2018 World Cup online for free

We have a potential World Cup classic on the cards this afternoon. Brazil are in action at the Samara Arena today, where they’ll face Mexico. Our guide reveals everything you need to know to watch the Brazil vs Mexico game on TV and online – and best of all, it’s free! Plus, full Brazil vs Mexico TV channel details, the kick-off time and more.

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Brazil were one of the favourites coming into this summer’s tournament, but we haven’t seen the best of the Samba Boys yet. They topped their group with two wins and a draw, but their fearsome frontline of Neymar, Philippe Coutinho and Gabriel Jesus are yet to properly click. The former Liverpool forward has been their star man so far, but he’ll need help from his colleagues for the Seleção to progress.

The likes of Guillermo Ochoa and Hirving “Chucky” Lozano, meanwhile, helped Mexico win over a huge number of neutrals when they stunned reigning champions Germany (who are now out) in their opening game. El Tri looked highly impressive against South Korea too, but then fell to a baffling 3-0 defeat at the hands of Sweden.

They’ve fallen at the Round of 16 stage at six successive World Cup tournaments, but if they make it through to the Quarter Finals this time, they’ll surely be one of the favourites to win the entire competition. No pressure, then.

Without further ado, here’s how to tune into the game.

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Brazil vs Mexico: When is today’s World Cup match?

The Brazil vs Mexico kick-off time is set for 3pm BST, which is 5pm local time in Samara, Russia, where the game is being played.

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Brazil vs Mexico TV Channel: How do I watch Brazil vs Mexico on TV?

The BBC and ITV are splitting World Cup TV coverage here in the UK, and the Brazil vs Mexico clash has gone to ITV. The exact channel is ITV1, with coverage set to start at 6:30pm BST.

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How to watch Brazil vs Mexico: Live stream the World Cup

To watch Brazil vs Mexico online, all you need to do is fire up ITV Hub, which doesn’t cost a penny.

There are ITV Hub apps available for virtually every modern platform and device. Below are some of the most popular to help you on your way.

Worried that you might not be able to access ITV Hub where you live? A common workaround is to use a VPN – and our guide to the best VPNs is the obvious place to get started choosing the one that’s right for you.

Brazil World Cup squad

Alisson, Ederson, Cassio; Miranda, Marquinhos, Thiago Silva, Geromel, Marcelo, Fagner, Danilo, Filipe Luis; Casemiro, Fernandinho, Paulinho, Renato Augusto, Philippe Coutinho, Willian, Fred; Neymar, Gabriel Jesus, Firmino, Taison, Douglas Costa

Mexico World Cup squad

Guillermo Ochoa, Alfredo Talavera, Jesus Corona; Diego Reyes, Carlos Salcedo, Hector Moreno, Miguel Layun, Jesus Gallardo, Hugo Ayala, Edson Alvarez; Hector Herrera, Andres Guardado, Rafa Marquez, Jonathan dos Santos, Marco Fabian, Giovani dos Santos; Javier Aquino, Jesus Corona, Raul Jimenez, Oribe Peralta, Javier Hernandez, Carlos Vela, Hirving Lozano

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