Argentina vs. Mexico live stream: How to watch 2022 World Cup live online, TV channel, prediction, picks, odds

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Argentina, one of the pre-tournament favorites for the World Cup, will look to get their campaign back on track when they face regular foes Mexico on Saturday. Lionel Messi and company are coming off a shock 2-1 defeat to Saudi Arabia and are now without a point due to a mistake as they look to put themselves in the top two of Group C ahead of the last match against Poland, after Robert Lewandowski’s side beat Saudi Arabia on Saturday. Mexico are also looking for their first win but sit in a better position after drawing Poland in their first game. Argentina and Mexico played in the World Cup stages in 2006 and 2010 with the South Americans winning.

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Here’s our story, how you can watch the game and more:

How to check and conditions

  • Date: Saturday, November 26 | Time: 2 pm ET
  • Location: Lusail Iconic Square — Lusail, Qatar
  • TV: FS1 and Telemundo | Live streaming: fuboTV (Free Trial)
  • Odds: Argentina – 180; +300 photos; Mexico +490(from Caesars Sportsbook)


Argentina: The midfield of Rodrigo de Paul, Leandro Paredes and Papu Gomez never worked. Expect some changes there. Guido Rodriguez starts in the middle of the defense, and the team needs more creativity on the ball, so Alexis Mac Allister has a mind and when he comes to the side. In defense the two sides rotated and Lisandro Martinez came through to make his first start of the competition.

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Mexico: Rogelio Funes Mori is expected to start in attack as El Tri look to get their first win of the competition. Funes Mori also has the chance to make history, becoming only the second player to score for his country of birth at the World Cup with his adopted country. This has not happened until this tournament when Breel Embolo scored for Switzerland against Cameroon.


Some big changes in the starting XI, including a younger and more flexible midfield, lead Argentina to victory. Select: Argentina 2, Mexico 0


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