Germany Vs Mexico Live Stream, Telecast, Preview, Predictions

Germany’s journey to defend their title will begin against Mexico. The live streaming of Germany vs Mexico for 2018 FIFA World Cup match of group F is available on the official websites. After the Success of last World Cup and Confederations Cup, the Germans are looking to keep this title. Die Mannschaft are going to face the Semifinalists of Confederations Cup in a much-awaited game of the competition. Mexico wants revenge for their last defeat. Both teams would like to begin this tournament with a win. Let’s see who makes the perfect start.

Watch Germany Vs Mexico Live Stream HD

Over the last few years, Germany dominated Football. Except for UEFA Euro 2016, they won every major title. 10 times Gold Cup winners Mexico is fueled with confidence. Germany is currently the number 1 FIFA team. To maintain this honour, the team is ready to do anything they can for the World title.

Fans can now watch Germany vs Mexico live stream in high definition. You just need to follow few instructions provided below. Just follow any of the links and you’ll be able to watch it live on your mobile or computer. Live streaming with live scores and live commentary will be available.

Note: Live streaming links will be added 1 hour before kick-off.

germany vs mexico live stream

Live TV Telecast Channels

Fans of Germany can watch it live on ZDF, ARD, and Sky Sports. If you are in Mexico, please switch to the television channels Televisa, TV Azteca, and Sky Mexico for the live broadcast coverage.

  • Austria: ORF
  • Bolivia: Unitel, Red Uno, DirecTV
  • Chile: Canal 13, TVN, Mega, DirecTV, Movistar
  • Faroe Islands: DR, TV 2
  • Georgia: GPB
  • Hungary: MTVA
  • Iceland: RUV
  • Netherlands: NOS
  • UK: BBC, ITV
  • USA: Fox Sports, Telemundo
  • Uruguay: Monte Carlo, Canal 10, Teledoce, TyC, DirecTV

Date, Time, Venue Schedule

Germany vs Mexico will start at 3:00 pm on 17 June 2018 at the Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow

Date 17 June 2018
Time 3:00 pm [GMT]
Venue Luzhniki Stadium
Round Group stage
Group F

Germany Vs Mexico 2018 FWC Preview

Germany was the best in European qualifiers of FIFA World Cup 2018. Coach Joachim Low’s squad won all matches in the qualification process. Being winners of Group C, Germany qualified for the finals for the 19th time.

As winners of CONCACAF fifth round, Mexico entered into the finals of this competition. Mexico is one of the most experienced teams which has made 16 appearances in the tournament.

Germany and Mexico met in the Semifinal round of 2017 FIFA Confederations Cup. Die Mannschaft dominated the Central American team by 4-1 without their some of the big stars.

Mexico is the most successful national team in the CONCACAF with ten confederation titles, including seven Gold Cups and three Confederation Championships. El Tri is the only team from the Confederation to have won an official FIFA competition, winning the 1999 Confederations Cup.

This is the 4th meeting of Germany and Mexico in FIFA World Cup competition. The Germans remained unbeaten against Mexico with three wins. Die Mannschaft have won their opening game against each of the last seven editions.

On the other hand, Mexico are also unbeaten in their last 5 opening games of FIFA World Cup with four wins a draw. For the last time, they lost their opening fixture in 1994 against Norway by 0-1

Predictions and News

Germany got more than 65% votes to win the first game of FIFA World Cup 2018. They’ve scored in almost every game played in past fixtures. So they are expected to score again.

Prediction: Germany 2 – Mexico: 0


germany vs mexico live stream

germany vs mexico live stream

germany vs mexico live stream

germany vs mexico live stream

germany vs mexico live stream

Possible Starting Line-ups

Germany: Manuel Neuer; Joshua Kimmich, Jerome Boateng, Mats Hummels, Jonas Hector; Sami Khedira, Toni Kroos; Thomas Müller, Mesut Ozil, Julian Draxler; Timo Werner​

Mexico: Guillermo Ochoa; Carlos Salcedo, Hugo Ayala, Hector Moreno, Miguel Layun; Hector Herrera, Andres Guardado; Carlos Vela; Jesus Corona, Javier Hernandez, Hirving Lozano

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