Mexico are notorious for getting out of their group, then falling in the Round of 16 over and over in the World Cup. But this time around, in a group with Brazil and Croatia, they'll have a tough time even getting that far. El Tri are going to need all three points against Cameroon (noon ET, ESPN2) if they're going to make it to the knockout stage in this tournament.
Miguel Herrera's lineup has already leaked, and it's a bit of an odd one. Andres Guardado will play in the center of midfield, so expect him to drift left, overloading Cameroon's right flank. There's also no place for 'Chicharito' Javier Hernandez, who will be left out in favor of Oribe Peralta and Giovani dos Santos.
If you live in America, there's more than one option for watching the game online. If you want to watch in English, ESPN is showing the match on their Watch ESPN service, if you have access through your television or Internet provider. ESPN will also have feeds with Portuguese audio, as well as a tactical camera. Prefer to watch El Tri in Spanish or don't get Watch ESPN? You have options. Univision also offers an online service called Univision En Vivo.
In the U.K., ITV is showing the game on ITV Player. In Canada, CBC Sports is showing the game through their live streaming service. You can check out listings for other countries as well at Live Soccer TV.