Mexico and Croatia are both in control of their own World Cup destiny, but El Tri are in a better situation. Assuming Brazil beats Cameroon, either team can go through Group A in second place with a win, but a draw will see Mexico advance over the Croats. They face off with likely just one spot in the knockout rounds at stake (4 p.m. ET, ESPN).
El Tri have unsurprisingly made no changes to the team that pulled off an impressive draw against Brazil. There were some grumblings that Andres Guardado might be dropped, but he's retained his place in the Mexico side. Croatia, meanwhile, have picked all of the fullbacks and wingers they've played in this tournament, so expect Danjiel Pranjic to play in the center of midfield instead of at left back.
There's more than one way for you to watch the game online if you live in the USA. Assuming you get access through your internet or television provider, the Watch ESPN app is the place to go to watch the game in English. You can also find Portuguese audio and a tactical camera on Watch ESPN. Would you rather watch the game in Spanish, or just don't get access to Watch ESPN? Then head over to Univision En Vivo.
The game will be on CBC Sports streaming in Canada and the ITV Player in the UK. You can check out listings for other countries as well at Live Soccer TV.