Mexico and Brazil both won their opening World Cup matches, and face off for Group A supremacy on Tuesday (3 p.m. ET, ESPN). El Tri are the underdogs, but Brazil didn't exactly look convincing in their opener against Croatia.
It's possible that the Brazilians make some slight changes to their lineup. Hulk picked up a slight injury, and he was pretty poor in the first game anyway, so don't be surprised if someone else plays in his spot for the Selecao. It would be surprising to see Mexico make chances, but Andres Guardado was poor and could be dropped.
The key matchup is likely to be speedy Brazilian attacker Neymar against 'Maza' Francisco Rodriguez, Mexico's slow right central defender. He might not have the pace to keep up with Neymar and is probably going to get sucked into some bad fouls. But Brazil's midfield wasn't good against Croatia, so it's possible that Hector Herrera and Jose Vazquez could relieve some of the pressure on Maza.
Live in the USA? There's more than one way to catch the game on the internet. If your television or internet provider gives you access to the service, Watch ESPN is where to watch the game in English. You can also find a tactical camera and Portuguese audio there. If you prefer to watch El Tri in Spanish or just don't get access to Watch ESPN, you can watch the game online on Univision En Vivo.
CBC Sports streaming is where to watch in Canada, while the game will be on BBC Player in the UK. You can check out listings for other countries as well at Live Soccer TV.