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World Cup 2018: Day Fourteen Schedule and How to Watch Serbia vs. Brazil

It’s a big day of action with multiple games that matter in Group E and F, with Serbia vs. Brazil of particular note.

Brazil Training and Press Conference - FIFA World Cup Russia 2018 Photo by Buda Mendes/Getty Images

WORLD CUP 2018 | DAY FOURTEEN

GROUP F
Mexico vs. Sweden | 3PM BST/10AM EST
South Korea vs. Germany | 3PM BST/10AM EST
GROUP E
Switzerland vs. Costa Rica | 7PM BST/2PM EST
Serbia vs. Brazil | 7PM BST/2PM EST

It’s the second last day of group stage action and Group F kicks things off with two teams realistically in play as Mexico look to be through and South Korea are out—though if Sweden beat Mexico while Germany beat South Korea and if both do it by a large enough margin there’s a chance Mexico finish third. That, though, might just mean Mexico has something to play for—and that could mean Germany just need to win to advance. If Sweden win too, though, it could get complicated.

After the first set of games finish up, Group E come finish off the day’s action, and all of Brazil, Serbia, and Switzerland know that a win here means they advance—and a loss means they almost certainly don’t. Unfortunately for Liverpool fans all signs point to Roberto Firmino not starting for Brazil despite the fact they look consistently better when he plays. Still, it doesn’t get more interesting than this when it comes to the final day of group play in the World Cup.

PREVIEW & VIEWING OPTIONS


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How to Watch Mexico vs. Sweden:

BBC Two (UK) | Fox/Telemundo (USA) | Optus (Australia) | TSN2 (Canada) | Sony Six (India) | Astro FIFA World Cup 2 (Malaysia) | SuperSport 4 (Nigeria) | Singtel FIFA World Cup (Singapore) | SuperSport 4 (South Africa) | other listings at LiveSoccerTV

How to Watch South Korea vs. Germany:

BBC One (UK) | Fox Sports 1/Telemundo (USA) | Optus (Australia) | TSN1 (Canada) | Sony ESPN (India) | Astro FIFA World Cup 1 (Malaysia) | SuperSport 3 (Nigeria) | Singtel FIFA World Cup (Singapore) | SuperSport 3 (South Africa) | other listings at LiveSoccerTV

How to Watch Switzerland vs. Costa Rica:

ITV 4 (UK) | Fox Sports 1/Telemundo (USA) | Optus (Australia) | TSN2 (Canada) | Sony Six (India) | Astro FIFA World Cup 2 (Malaysia) | SuperSport 4 (Nigeria) | Singtel FIFA World Cup (Singapore) | SuperSport 4 (South Africa) | other listings at LiveSoccerTV

How to Watch Serbia vs. Brazil:

ITV 1 (UK) | Fox/Telemundo (USA) | Optus (Australia) | TSN1 (Canada) | Sony ESPN (India) | Astro FIFA World Cup 1 (Malaysia) | SuperSport 3 (Nigeria) | Singtel FIFA World Cup (Singapore) | SuperSport 3 (South Africa) | other listings at LiveSoccerTV

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