The 2022 FIFA World Cup is nearing the end of the group stage, and there is plenty of drama to watch in Group C. Saudi Arabia just lost to Poland, despite having a strong start to the tournament with a superb victory over Argentina. Mexico are looking for their first World Cup win and goal after losing their last game to Argentina 2-0. Will they be able to eliminate Saudi Arabia and qualify for the group stage? Find out by watching Mexico vs. Saudi Arabia on Wednesday, November 30 at 2 p.m. ET on FS1 with a Sling TV subscription (50% off).
How to watch Mexico vs Saudi Arabia
You can watch Mexico vs Saudi Arabia on FS1, which is available at a 50% discount on your first month of Sling TV’s blue plan. It is also available on DIRECTV STREAM, Hulu Live TV, fuboTV and YouTube TV.
The game is also available in Spanish with a subscription to Peacock, which is only $0.99 per month for next year, for a limited time.
How to watch every game of the 2022 World Cup
Both FOX and FS1 are available on most live TV streaming services, so you’ll have plenty to choose from. Of the six major live broadcasters, the two channels showing World Cup matches are available out of five, only Philo does not carry FOX networks.
Although DIRECTV STREAM, fuboTV and YouTube TV offer free trials, they all cost upwards of $65 a month, so your cheapest way to watch the entire World Cup is with Sling TV.
Sling TV offers FOX (in select markets) and FS1 are available on the Blue plan, and Sling is currently offering a 50% discount on your first month of service. So, if you sign up for the Blue option, you can stream the entire World Cup for just $20.
How to Stream Mexico vs Saudi Arabia Live for Free on Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV, iOS and Android
There are six major streaming providers that offer live TV streaming. Five of these providers allow you to watch the 2022 World Cup live with iOS, Android, Roku, Apple TV, Fire TV, Chromecast and Web. You can stream it with Sling TV, DIRECTV STREAM, fuboTV, Hulu Live TV, and YouTube TV.
How to stream World Cup matches on demand
There’s another option to consider, especially if watching live matches isn’t important to you, or if you want to watch without having to spend extra money. Although FOX does not have an SVOD streaming service, it does have an ad-supported video-on-demand service called Tubi.
The streamer will have multiple ways for fans to watch matches throughout the tournament. Tubi will have a linear World Cup channel that fans can tune into to watch back-to-back matches around the clock. FS1. Tubi’s broadcast of games will also take advantage of FOX’s 4K technology, so fans can watch games on demand in the highest quality video possible.
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