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Argentina is one of the favorites to go all the way this winter. Captained by Lionel Messi, the Argentines possess immense quality throughout the whole squad, Mexico vs Argentina Live, Stream Free. featuring the likes of Lisandro MartinezLautaro Martinez, and Cristian Romero.

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Mexico is also a side that could cause a World Cup upset though. Notorious for their tenacity and fight, they have a side of skillful players who could certainly cause waves in Qatar.

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This will be a great game, which you aren’t going to want to miss! So, with this – here’s everything you need to know about how to watch the World Cup 2022 group stage match between Argentina and Mexico.

Argentina vs Mexico in the World Cup 2022 will be available to watch on the following channels.


  • Virgin Media Channel: 103
  • BT TV Channel: 103
  • Sky Channel: 103

The game will also be available on Freeview Channel 3, for fans without a subscription to any of these services.

Argentina vs Mexico will be available to live stream for residents in the UK on the ITV Hub for free.

You will need an account in order to obtain this service, which you can sign up for right here.

Make sure you get everything set up in time for kick-off so you don’t miss a thing!

And Argentina followed that up with a comfortable 3-0 win in the CONMEEBOL-UEFA Cup of Champions final over Italy.

However, Lionel Messi and co will be eager to land the World Cup – a trophy that has eluded them since 1986.

But first, the Argentines will have to navigate their way past Mexico which hasn’t failed to qualify for the knock-out rounds in over 44 years.

What time does Argentina vs Mexico kick-off?

  • Argentina’s intriguing encounter against Mexico will take place on Saturday, November 26.
  • It is scheduled to kick off at 7 pm UK time – 9 pm local time.
  • Lusail Iconic Stadium in Lusali, Qatar is the allocated arena for this match and it can hold a staggering 80,000 spectators.
  • Mexico has failed to score in their last three games against Argentina with the last match in 2019 ending 4-0.

What TV channel is Argentina vs Mexico on and can it be live-streamed?

  • Argentina vs Mexico will be broadcasted LIVE on ITV in the UK.
  • Viewers also have the option to stream the entire action live via the ITV website or ITV hub.
  • The ITV hub is available to download on your mobile phone or preferred tablet device.

The 2022 FIFA World Cup gets underway on Nov. 20, with host nation Qatar taking on Ecuador. But for fans of Mexico, you’ll have to wait until Tuesday to see the Mexican team in action, with the team set to face Poland that day to begin the group stage. Mexico is in Group C along with Argentina, Poland, and Saudi Arabia and enters the round as one of the two favorites—along with Argentina—to advance to the knockout phase. Mexico has advanced to the Round of 16—and lost in it—in seven consecutive World Cups. Will they make it eight appearances in a row?

The schedule for Mexico in the group stage looks like this:

Nov. 22: Mexico vs Poland – 11:00 a.m. ET – FOX

Nov. 25: Mexico vs Argentina – 2:00 p.m. ET – FOX Sports 1

Nov. 29: Mexico vs Saudi Arabia – 2:00 p.m. ET – FOX/FS1

Argentina is the favorite in this group and enters the tournament ranked third in FIFA’s rankings. Mexico is the 13th-ranked team, Poland is 26th and Saudi Arabia is 51st.

Anything can happen in a three-game sample, but Mexico has been very good at getting out of this initial stage of the tournament, even if the team has repeatedly met its end as soon as the knockout round arrives.

Put the beers on ice (if you’re allowed to), because Qatar 2022 kicks off this weekend. Below you’ll find everything you need to know about the football tournament from the squads to the groups, fixtures, players to watch, kick-off times, and, most importantly, how to watch World Cup 2022 and find live soccer streams from anywhere. We’ve included free-to-air World Cup coverage, free trials, and straightforward instructions on how to use a VPN to live stream World Cup games in whatever language and location you want.

The 2022 FIFA World Cup, so controversial for so many reasons – and the list continues to grow – will be the last dance for many of the world’s top players, including Argentina’s Lionel Messi, Brazil’s Neymar, and Portugal’s Cristiano Ronaldo. None of them has ever laid hands on that famous golden trophy.

Argentina, Brazil, and Portugal are among the pre-tournament favorites, as are reigning champions France, though Christopher Nkunku’s injury on the eve of the competition is a big blow. Just beyond that big four are England, Belgium, and Germany, who have world-class players aplenty but lots to prove too.

Elsewhere, almost every team has at least one or two game changers – be it Gareth Bale, Son Heung-min, Robert Lewandowski, Dusan Vlahovic, or Darwin Nunez – each of whom can flip a game with one moment of individual brilliance. Ballon d’Or runner-up Sadio Mane would have been on that list too, but a cruelly timed knee injury has ruled the Senegalese star out altogether.

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Argentina and Mexico’s 2022 World Cup away shirts have leaked online via social media, giving us a sneak peek at both nations’ new looks ahead of the tournament this fall.

Let’s take a look at both tops:


The Argentines, when not in their superb primary tops, will be rocking a solid(ish) blue number.

Solid blue has often been an away shirt choice for Argentina, including the one worn for a certain infamous match in 1986, so this isn’t a huge surprise.

The details are a bit different though, with the trademark Adidas shoulder stripes and side striping in purple, and the AFA badge and Adidas logo in silver on the front. There’s a jagged geometric tonal pattern on the lower front, not sure exactly if it’s supposed to represent anything in particular and it adds little to the overall design. It appears to have the texture of thin, diagonal overlaid lines which is also on their home shirt (and Mexico’s away), so that seems like a theme with Adidas for this year’s crop of shirts.

Tough to properly judge it without seeing the official release along with the shorts/socks pairing, but as of now, this isn’t nearly as good as their home stripes.


Mexico is going with a white base and all red trimmings for their away (with what appears to be a slight touch of black on the collar). It’s tough to tell if it’s a true white or more of a cream color from the leaked photo, but either way, it’s a nice contrast to their green home option.

The star of the show here is the pattern all over the top, based on stonework one might see on Aztec and Mayan temples. It’s a design that unmistakably screams “Mexico.” It will supposedly be paired with black shorts and white socks, which is a nice pairing with the red and white top.

Looking forward to the official release of these, as it’s a great look. Hopefully, the name and number font choice(s) don’t muck up an otherwise terrific effort.

International friendly—AT&T Stadium, Arlington, Texas

FT: Mexico 2-2 Argentina


Mexico: Hernandez (19’—pen), Herrera (70′)

Argentina: Aguero (85′), Messi (89′)


Argentina: Guzman; Rocaglia, DeMichelis, Otamendi, Rojo; Gago, Mascherano, Banega, Messi, Tevez, Correa

Mexico: Munoz; Moreno, Marquez, Reyes, Layun; I. Jimenez, Herrera, Vazquez, Guardado; Hernandez, R. Jimenez.

Mexico aims to continue its virtually flawless 2019 when the side faces Argentina in friendly action in San Antonio, Texas, on Tuesday.

El Tri’s latest success was an impressive 3-0 rout of the USA on Friday, with goals coming from Javier Hernandez, Erick Gutierrez, and Uriel Antuna. It was their 10th victory in 11 games this calendar year.



TV Channel, Live Stream & How To Watch


For UK readers, get your fix on the latest football on TV here! US readers can find out what soccer is on TV here

In the United States (US), the game can be watched live and on-demand with fuboTV (7-day free trial).

Mexico is likely to overhaul the team that eased to victory over the USMNT Friday. Indeed, only two Possible Mexico starting XI: Ochoa; Navarro, Salcedo, Araujo, Layun; J. Dos Santos, Alvarez, Herrera; Lozano, Jimenez, Corona.

Argentina is without Franco Armani due to injury, with Esteban Andrada expected to get the nod.

Of course, Lionel Messi is missing due to an injury.

Possible Argentina starting XI: Andrada; Montiel, Pezzella, Rojo, Tagliafico; Palacio, Paredes, Acuna; De Paul, Martinez, Dybala



Betting & Match Odds


Mexico is a slight outsider as they are available on 7/4 with  bet365. Argentina is on offer on 8/5, while a draw is on offer on 11/5. 

Mexico boss Gerardo Martino puts his undefeated record in charge of the nation on the line against Argentina on Tuesday.

“In a football match, nationality doesn’t matter,” he affirmed. “I work for Mexico and will do my best for Mexico. As an Argentine, I can try to represent my country by working with dignity and honesty abroad.”

Indeed, he is optimistic about his team’s chances.

“For us, this game is a good measure of where we are,” he said. “Martino has a very clear game plan and that’s why it’s so important to be 100% against Mexico. I’ve no doubts that they’ll be a very difficult opponent for any team in the world.”

After a scoreless draw against Chile, the coach was again forced to defend his squad selection.

“If we only thought about getting results, the panel would have been different,” he admitted. “The result is important, but in these friendlies, it should not come before everything else. We wanted to see several young players.”

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