After Brazil’s confident (and some would say controversial) entry into the 2014 World Cup, the host nation takes on Mexico at the Estádio Castelão, in Fortaleza.
The upcoming Group A match will be broadcast live on BBC One in the UK at 8:00pm – not so late that you’ll need to stay up to the small hours to get every minute of the action.
Should you need to set your Freeview, YouView, Sky+HD or Virgin Media TiVo box to record the match or you’re able to watch it live, here’s everything you need to know – plus how you can stream the game live online.
Where can I watch the Brazil vs Mexico World Cup game on…
Tune into BBC One on channel 1 or BBC One HD on channel 101 on both Freeview and YouView.
Freesat viewers in England can get BBC One in SD at channel 101 and BBC One HD channel 108.
Freesatters watching from Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales can catch the action on BBC One in standard definition at channel 108 and in high definition on channel 101.
Sky TV customers in England can get the regular SD BBC One at channel 101 and BBC One HD at channel 141.
Viewers in Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales can tune in to standard definition BBC One at channel 141 and BBC One HD at channel 101.
Virgin Media TV customers can get BBC One in SD at channel 101 or in HD at channel 108.
As well as being able to stream the game on BBC iPlayer, you’ll be able to tap into the BBC’s ‘first ever 24/7 World Cup’ over on the BBC Sport site. Head to bbc.co.uk/worldcup to tap into social media commentary and stacks of stats as well as live streams on your desktop, tablet or mobile browser or through the BBC Sport smart TV app.
The TVPlayer app for iOS, Android and Amazon Kindle tablets will also let you access BBC One and therefore stream the Brazil vs Mexico on the go.
For information on all the other World Cup 2014 games, don’t forget to check out our feature.