Five times world cup champions Brazil will play Copa America warm up friendly match against Mexico on 7th June 2015. Brazil bounced back with dominant form after their humiliated loss in world cup. Los Canarinhos are getting back to their original performance for which they are known for. Only few days to go for the South American football competition and it looks like Brazil are the toughest competitors of this championship. Let’s come back to the topic and have a look on IST time and Indian telecast channels of Brazil vs Mexico.
Brazil vs Mexico 2015 IST Time and Telecast Channels
|Competition||FIFA International Friendlies|
|Date||7 June [GMT], 8 June [IST]|
|Time||8:00 pm [GMT], 1:30 am [IST]|
|Stadium||Allianz Parque, Sao Paulo|
|Seating capacity||43,600 spectators|
|Telecast channels||Sony Kix, beIN Sports, Super Sports Africa|
Worldwide telecast channels of Brazil vs Mexico
Brazil: Globo, SporTV
Mexico: Azteca 7, TDN, Canal de las Estrellas
Argentina: Canal de las Estrellas, DIRECTV Play Latin America
Chile: DIRECTV Play Latin America, DIRECTV Chile
Colombia: DIRECTV Colombia, DIRECTV Play Latin America
Croatia: Arena Sport 1
France: beIN Sports 1
India: Sony Kix
Monaco: beIN Sports 1
Portugal: Spor TV1
South Africa: Super Sport 3 Africa
United States: Univision Deportes, Univision USA, WATCH ESPN
Uruguay: DIRECTV Play Latin America, DIRECTV Uruguay
Brazil vs Mexico Preview
Robinho is in doubt of making appearance against Mexico as the 30 year old footballer is suffering from knee injury. He is not only one who has injury issues. His team-mates Marcelo, Luiz Gustavo and Oscar are also have same problems.
Brazilians are enjoying management of coach Dunga. They have won all of their previous five fixtures which includes some big games against France, Chile and Austria. Meanwhile, the other participant of Copa America, Mexico have won three games out of last five played.
After to consecutive loss in 2014 FIFA World Cup at the hands of Germany and Netherlands, Brazil have won eight back to back matches with the loss of just three goals.
Herrera is likely to make sweeping changes to the team that began their match with Peru on Thursday night. The 47 year old is expected to hand minutes to the players who didn’t feature, but he may be keen to mix youth with experience given the quality of the opposition.
Head To Head
Brazil have registered 15 victories against Mexico out of their last 27 head to head meetings and Mexico won 8 times against five times world champions. Last time they met in FIFA World Cup 2014 that ended with a goalless draw.