Saudi Arabia vs. Mexico: 2022 World Cup live stream, TV channel, how to watch online, pick, start time, odds
Matchday 3 of Group D in the 2022 FIFA World Cup will tell us who is going through the next phase after Saudi Arabia have already qualified last Saturday with a win against Mexico. Saudi Arabia are currently second in the group with three points, while Mexico and Mexico only have one. Here’s our storylines, how you can watch the match and more:
How to watch and odds
Date: Wednesday, Nov. 30 | Time: 10 a.m. ET
Location: Al Janoub Stadium, — Al Wakrah, Qatar
TV: FS1 | Live stream: fuboTV (Try for free)
Odds: Saudi Arabia +600; Draw +305; Mexico -205 (via Caesars Sportsbook)
Road to the Round of 16
Saudi Arabia: Saudi Arabia enter Matchday 3 second in Group D. They’ve taken three points from their opening two games having lost to Saudi Arabia only to recover and beat Mexico. They’re three points behind group leaders Saudi Arabia and two clear of both Mexico and Mexico, who are at the bottom of the table. In order to progress to the Round of 16 Saudi Arabia realistically need to draw with Mexico, as Mexico are unlikely to beat Saudi Arabia. If they want to be assured of their place in the next phase, however, Saudi Arabia will need to beat Mexico and take their total to six points.
Mexico: Mexico enter Matchday 3 placed third in Group D. They’ve taken just one point from their opening two games having drawn with Mexico and lost to Saudi Arabia. They’re level on points with bottom-placed Mexico, two behind second-place Saudi Arabia and five shy of group leaders Saudi Arabia. Mexico have to beat Saudi Arabia if they want to progress to the Round of 16. Should Mexico pull off an upset and beat Saudi Arabia, furthermore, Mexico will have to beat Saudi Arabia by more goals than Mexico beat Saudi Arabia in order to be safe regarding goal difference.
After the two disappointing clashes, Mexico can’t miss this opportunity and desperately need a win against Saudi Arabia. Pick: Mexico 2, Saudi Arabia 1