Mexico will face an acid test when they take on South Korea in a Group F game of the 2018 FIFA World Cup on 23rd June at the Rostov Arena. Given Germany’s ruthless strength, only one round of 16 spot remains available for all the other three Group F teams, Sweden, South Korea, and Mexico. Mexico is the most active challengers for that second spot and will look to seal it against South Korea in their second game itself. South Korea, on the other hand, will be somehow looking to keep themselves alive in the tournament. It is one game which will be crucial for all the sides of Group F barring Germany.
A game of this high stakes is always a must watch for all the football fans. Whatever be the outcome, matches of this intensity is all that fans love to see. The desire from everyone on the field drives the love for football of millions of supporters off the ground. To make sure nobody misses out on this crucial encounter, we’ve got everything covered about it to keep you ahead of your busy calendar.
Mexico vs South Korea Live Stream
The live stream channels for Mexico vs South Korea will go on air 10-30 minutes before the kick-off across almost all official broadcaster’s websites. While fans from Mexico will have to visit Televisa’s website to enjoy their team’s action on their choice of device, South Korean can get it on SBS’ website. Fans from other countries will also be able to stream the match on their favourite device.
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It will be provided via FOX Sports for American fans, beIN Sports for fans from Middle East and North Africa and France, Sony on their app SONY LIV for Asian Subcontinent fans, BBC and ITV for the fans from UK, Optus Sport for the Australian fans, DirecTV for the Caribbean fans, Sky for the fans from Oceania, and Kwese Sports, Canal+, and SuperSport for the fans from Sub-Saharan Africa.
There are countries where fans won’t be able to catch the action on the web. Fans from such countries can easily have their problem sorted out by opting for VPN Gateways that can easily provide them with an access to any official channel of their choice. Sticky bundles are also a good option for fans who don’t wish to pay for their cable services.
Related Matches to watch
Belgium vs Tunisia Game on 23rd June 2018
Argentina’s second game against Croatia on 21st June 2018
Schedule & Venue
The Group F game between South Korea and Mexico is scheduled for an 18:00 local time kick-off on 23rd June 2018 at the Rostov Arena. It will be third 2018 FIFA World Cup group stage game played at the venue. It will host another group stage game and along with a round of 16 games. It is designed to seat a maximum of 45,000 people during the World Cup. Post that, it will host all home games for Russian Premier League side, FC Rostov, with a seating capacity of 42,000.
Mexico’s defence has been their strength all throughout their qualifying campaign. South Korea, on the other hand, are deficient only in their defence department. It won’t be thus wrong to term this one a battle Mexico’s defence and South Korea’s attack. Hueng-min Son will have to be the wrecker in chief if South Korea is to turn this one in their favour. Here is how the two sides may look like come June 23rd.
Mexico Probable XI
Ochua (GK); Moreno, Layun, Reyes, Ayala; Guardado, Fabian, Molina; Jimenez, Hernandez, Vela
South Korea Probable XI
Seung-gyu (GK); Young-gwon Kim, Hyun-soo Jang, Kee-hee Kim, Jeong-ho Hong; Heung-min Son, Woo-young Jung, Keun-ho Lee; Shin-game Kim, Dong-won Jee, Ui-jo Hwang
Matches Played: 06
South Korea: 02
The official broadcast for Mexico vs South Korea will begin soon after the Belgium Tunisia game comes to a close. It will have a preview show that will have the final team news from both sides. While the Mexican fans will be able to enjoy the match on Televisa, the South Korean fans will get their share of action via SBS. The match will be broadcasted live on FOX Sports in America, on beIN Sports in Middle East and North African countries along with France, on Sony ESPN in Asian Subcontinent, on BBC and ITV in the UK, on Canal+, Kwese Sports, and SuperSport in the Sub-Saharan Africa, on DirecTV in Caribbean, and Optus Sport in Australia.
This one will be a tough one to call for all the bookmakers. South Korea’s lineup is better on paper than Mexico, but overall as a team, Mexico has been able to deliver better results. While South Korea has been able to score against their opponents, Mexico has managed to deny their opponents any chances of scoring. Mexico’s finishing voes, however, hand over the edge to South Korea ultimately. Our final scoreline prediction is South Korea 2-0 Mexico.