Going into their final group stage game, Mexico are in a better spot than they would have imagined. Thanks to the less than even officiating Croatia had to deal with in the opener and El Tri's great performance against Brazil, the Mexicans only need a draw on Monday (4 p.m. ET, ESPN) to progress to the knockout round.
Croatia will have to attack from the start, as only a win will see them through to the next round if Brazil beat Cameroon. El Tri, meanwhile, don't have to take any risks and can rely on their defense like they did against Brazil if they want to. However, Croatia have better passers in midfield than the Brazilians and are a bit better equipped to break down a defensive side.
No matter what happens in this game, it's likely that one of these teams finishes in second place, since Cameroon haven't put up much of a fight thus far. The Netherlands are the likely Round of 16 opponent for the team that progresses from this match.
If you live in the United States, you have multiple options for watching the game online. If you want to watch the game in English, the Watch ESPN app is where you should head, assuming you get access through your TV or internet provider. That service will also have a tactical camera and Portuguese audio. Don't get Watch ESPN access, or just prefer to watch El Tri in Spanish? Univision En Vivo is where you should go.
The game will be on ITV Player in the UK and CBC Sports streaming in Canada. You can check out listings for other countries as well at Live Soccer TV.