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Belarus vs. Mexico live stream: Time, TV schedule and how to watch online

Can a completely changed Mexico side post another impressive result?

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Coming off an impressive win over the Netherlands last week, Mexico will be expecting another good performance and victory over a European foe. Friday's opponents, Belarus, aren't nearly as formidable as the Oranje.

Belarus currently sit second-bottom in Group C of Euro qualifying and have virtually no chance of qualifying for the finals. They're already eight points behind the second and third-placed teams, Spain and Ukraine, and are coming off a 3-0 loss to La Roja in their last match. Spain, arguably, didn't field their best team and let off the gas after their second goal.

As usual, Mexico boss Miguel Herrera announced his team the day before the match, and will give a new set of players a chance to impress. He's made 10 changes, with wingback Paul Aguilar the only player who will keep his spot from the Netherlands win.

While this will not be anyone's international debut, it will be the first start for a handful of players. The only plaer who will make their debut if they enter the match is George Corral. Jonathan dos Santos made his debut for Mexico in 2009 and was once one of their biggest prospects, but this will be just his 8th appearance and his first start since 2012.

Match date/time: Tuesday, 12 p.m. ET, 8 p.m. ET

Venue: Borisov Arena, Borisov, Belarus

TV: ESPN News (U.S. - English), Univision Deportes (U.S. - Spanish), Azteca 7/Televisa 5 (Mexico)

Online: Watch ESPN (U.S. - English), Univision Deportes en vivo (U.S. - Spanish)