Live stream Saudi Arabia vs Mexico: Watch the game for free

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The 2022 World Cup starts today against Saudi Arabia and Mexico and while Mexico seems unlikely to qualify for the last 16, we still expect an entertaining game as Saudi Arabia might be able to move up the table depending on the Findings elsewhere lead the group. Whoever you support, they’re going to want to know how to watch the 2022 World Cup and we can help with that. We’ve looked at how to watch Saudi Arabia vs Mexico live stream for free and also looked at some other great options.

How to watch Saudi Arabia vs Mexico in USA

Fox Sports subscribers will be pleased to know that they will have access to all World Cup matches. So if you have a subscription, you’re covered. For everyone else, signing up to fuboTV is an excellent choice. fuboTV is a streaming service that focuses on live TV and sports, making it perfect for the World Cup. At the moment you can sign up for a free trial of fuboTV and access the service for free for seven days, giving you ample opportunity to watch this and other games. While this week’s access means you won’t be able to watch the entire World Cup, it’s a good entry point if you just want to soak up the atmosphere for free.

If you’d rather watch the entire World Cup, subscribe to Hulu + Live TV. It is one of the best live TV streaming services and it costs $70 per month. For the price you get access to over 75 live TV channels including 12 different sports channels. The wealth of choice continues with Hulu’s own extensive library of TV shows, movies, and original content. There’s also access to Disney Plus and ESPN+ so you don’t run out of things to watch. Hulu + Live TV might not be the cheapest, but it’s the ideal wireless solution for the whole family and gives you full access to the World Cup.

Alternatively, Sling TV is another great choice to watch Saudi Arabia vs Mexico. Right now, you can sign up for Sling Blue for 50% off for the first month, bringing the cost down to just $20. That $20 gets you access to all remaining World Cup games, including the December 18 final. Sling Blue also gives you access to dozens of other TV channels, so if there’s no game running you’ll always be able to find something else to watch. It’s an excellent way to enjoy what matters most without spending a lot.

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