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Mexico – Poland live stream: Where to watch World Cup matches online and on TV

On Tuesday, Mexico and Poland will look to kick off their World Cup campaign at the expense of the other side as they clash in Group C.

Teams occupying a group that also includes two-time champions Argentina and fish from Saudi Arabia will realistically aim for second place in the pool.

With that in mind, Mexico and Poland are each other’s biggest rivals in the group, and they know that their fate in Qatar may really depend on the outcome of this match – both teams’ first appearance in the 2022 edition of the tournament.

Mexico have lost the last 16 of the last seven World Cups, so they will believe they can make it through this group – even if they are unsure of their chances of progressing – while Poland were knocked out in the first round or haven’t qualified at all since 1990 . However, they have one of the best strikers in world football in the form of their captain Robert Lewandowski.

Here’s everything you need to know.

When it is?

Mexico vs. Poland kicks off at 16:00 GMT (19:00 local time) on Tuesday 22 November.

The match will be played at the 974 Stadium in Doha.

How can I watch it?

The game will be broadcast live on BBC One and will also be streamed live on BBC iPlayer.

Meanwhile, Independent will provide live match updates.

What’s the news from the team?

Raul Jimenez (top) played in last week’s friendly against Mexico as he continues to seek full fitness

(Getty Images)

Mexico are expected to start the match without Wolves striker Raul Jimenez, who is still seeking full fitness from a groin injury. His coach, teammates and supporters, however, were given hope by playing 45 minutes in a pre-World Cup friendly against Sweden.

Meanwhile, Poland appears to be in good shape as it prepares to launch the campaign in Qatar.

Expected lineups

Mexico: Ochoa, Sanchez, Montes, Moreno, Gallardo, Alvarez, Herrera, Guardado, Lozano, Martin, Vega

Poland: Szczesny, Bednarek, Glik, Kiwior, Frankowski, Krychowiak, Zielinski, Szymanski, Zalewski, Milik, Lewandowski


Mexico – 9/5

Poland – 9/5

Draw – 2/1

By Betfair.


On paper, this is the most even match in Group C, featuring two teams that realistically expect a fight for second place – with Argentina obviously the favorites to finish first in the group. So a draw wouldn’t be surprising. Mexico 1-1 Poland.


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