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2018 World Cup: Time, TV schedule and how to watch Mexico vs. Sweden online

The only thing we know for certain is that Costa Rica are out. Otherwise: let the chaos begin!

If you’re on #TeamChaos and just want the most bananas stuff to go down for this World Cup, you’ve probably been having a pretty good time so far. Sure, we haven’t seen any true underdogs advance out of their group yet, but boy have some gotten close. Today, we’re treated to the final match-ups for two groups where (almost) everyone is still alive.

South Korea vs. Germany

What to watch for: Germany left it until the very end to eek out their win over Sweden and keep themselves afloat in this group, but their work is not done yet. The standings are tight even with South Korea on zero points, and if recent events are any indication, we can expect things to happen in the other Group F game going on. And the reigning champs still need help to advance even if they do win (all Germany scenarios are explained here if you’re v. confused right now). #TeamChaos, this is really your moment. Also Mark Geiger is the referee, so...

Location: Kazan Arena, Kazan

Kickoff time: 10:00am Eastern

Available TV: Fox Sports 1, Telemundo

Available streaming: Fox Sports GO, Telemundo

Mexico vs. Sweden

What to watch for: Although Mexico are sitting on six points, it’s still possible that they don’t even advance—because, again, that’s how nuts this group is right now. They can simplify this process by just winning or drawing to top the group regardless of the South Korea vs. Germany result, but Sweden have proved themselves capable opponents who won’t make things easy.

Location: Central Stadium, Yekaterinburg

Kickoff time: 10:00am Eastern

Available TV: FOX, Telemundo

Available streaming: Fox Sports GO, Telemundo

Serbia vs. Brazil

What to watch for: Both of these teams are still alive, but Serbia really need a win to advance without help (they could advance with a draw if Costa Rica beat Switzerland by multiple goals, and truly, can we count anything out?). Brazil, meanwhile, could settle for a draw and still go through. Don’t expect any settling here, though—that 90th minute Shaqiri goal in the last game must still sting for Serbia.

Location: Spartak Stadium, Moscow

Kickoff time: 2:00pm Eastern

Available TV: FOX, Telemundo

Available streaming: Fox Sports GO, Telemundo

Switzerland vs. Costa Rica

What to watch for: Switzerland captured headlines after Granit Xhaka and Xherdan Shaqiri—two Kosovar Albanians—boosted the team to a 2-1 win over Serbia. They can advance out of the group with a win or draw against Costa Rica, who are already eliminated after losses to Serbia and Brazil.

Location: Nizhny Novgorod Stadium, Nizhny Novgorod

Kickoff time: 2:00pm Eastern

Available TV: Fox Sports 1, Telemundo

Available streaming: Fox Sports GO, Telemundo

For listings in other countries, check out LiveSoccerTV.com.