Mexico vs Poland Live
Mexico and Poland begin their World Cup campaigns this afternoon.

With Argentina being tipped for a deep run in the competition, today’s game could be something of a straight shootout for second spot in Group C.

Both teams boast much in the way of tournament experience, making it an interesting clash at Doha’s Stadium 974.

Mexico boss Tata Martino is having to deal with criticism about his style of play and a lack of goals is a worry, while this is surely the last time Poland will have the luxury of Robert Lewandowski in their team at a World Cup.

Where to watch Mexico vs Poland

TV channel: The game will be broadcast free-to-air on BBC One, with coverage starting at 3.30pm GMT for a 4pm kick-off.

Live stream: The BBC iPlayer website will offer a live stream.

LIVE coverage: Follow all of the action LIVE with Standard Sport’s dedicated match blog.


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