The 50th match in the FIFA World Cup 2014 between Netherlands and Mexico is set to kickoff at 09:30PM IST. You can watch the match live on Sony Six TV channel, but if you are away from the telly, you can watch the watch the live streaming of Netherlands vs Mexico at livsports.in. If you are based in the US, you can watch the match on Espn.go.com. Also Read - Watch Germany vs Argentina live streaming and telecast on Sony Six TV: FIFA World Cup 2014 live on your mobileAlso Read - Watch Brazil vs Netherlands live streaming and telecast on Sony Six TV: FIFA World Cup 2014 live on your mobile
Netherlands has established itself as one of the favorites in this tournament with a string of stellar performances in the group stages. Luis van Gaal has strategized the destruction of current world champions Spain, a resilient Australian team, and the all attacking Chile. Mexico wouldn t be pushovers either, as they proved their steel against Cameroon, Croatia and Brazil. The Oranje will welcome back captain Robin van Persie after he served a one match suspension. Nigel de Jong, Daley Blind, Arjen Robben and Stefan de Vrij are all carrying minor knocks, but are expected to be fit for the crucial encounter. Also Read - World Cup boosts TV sales in football-mad Southeast Asia
Mexico, on the other hand, does not have any injury concerns, but Jos Juan V zquez is suspended after collecting two yellow cards and is likely to be replaced by Carlos Salcido. The record however is against the Central American side, having lost immediately after crossing the group stage in the last five competitions.
You can watch the live streaming of Netherlands vs Mexico match in India here, as for viewers in USA, you can watch the match here. Alternatively, here are 10 apps that will help you keep a track of the World Cup 2014.