Portugal Vs Mexico IST [Indian Standard Time], TV Telecast Channels In India | 2017 FIFA Confed Cup: CONCACAF Champions will face European Champions in Match 2 of Confederations Cup on 18th June. One of the favorites of the competition are desperate to begin the campaign with a victory. Portugal are playing their first ever edition of Confederations Cup, while experienced have tasted success title victory in 1999. Despite injury issues of Ricardo Quaresma, the Navigator is expected to play against Mexico. You check out Indian time and TV telecast channels of this Confederations Cup game.
Portugal Vs Mexico: At what Indian time it will begin?
|Competition||FIFA Confederations Cup 2017|
|Date||18 June 2017 [India]|
|Time||8:30 pm [IST]|
|Venue||Kazan Arena, Kazan|
|Seating capacity||68,134 spectators|
Indian time: Portugal vs Mexico will begin at 8:30 pm on 18th June 2017 [according to Indian Standard Time]
Which Indian channel will provide live telecast in India?
Fans from India can watch live telecast of this game on Sony Six SD, Sony Six HD, Sony Liv and Ten 2. Others please take a look on list of telecast channels which is provided below.
- Portugal: RTP 1
- Mexico: Azteca 13, Canal de las Estrellas, Univision TDN, TyC Sports Internacional, Sky Planeta Futbol
- Argentina: Directv Play Deportes, TyC Sports, Directv Sports, TyC Sports Play
- Australia: Optus Sport
- Brazil: SporTV
- Canada: RDS Go, TSN 2, RDS 2, TSN Go
- Costa Rica, Sky HD, Sky Planeta Futbol, TyC Sports Internacional, TDN
- Denmark: DR 3, DR TV Live
- France: SFR Sport 1, TMC
- Iceland: RUV
- India: Sony Six SD / HD / Liv, Ten 2
- Italy: RSI La 2, Sky Go Italia, Sky Calcio 1, Sky Supercalcio HD, Sky Sport 1 HD Italia
- Netherlands: Sky Sports Pop-Up, Sky Go NZ
- Norway: TV2 Sumo, TV2 Sport, NRK Live
- Spain: Gol, Movistar+
- United Kingdom: ITV 1 UK, UTV, STV Scotland
- United States: Fox Sports Go, Fox Soccer Match Pass, Telemundo, Telemundo Deportes En Vivo, Fox Sports 1 USA, fuboTV
After winning first every UEFA Euro title, Portugal qualified for the FIFA Confederations Cup 2017. This is their first appearance in the competition. Meanwhile, Mexico qualified as Champions of CONCACAF in 2015.
Mexico goalkeeper Guillermo Ochoa has warned his national side to focus on other players also, rather only Cristiano Ronaldo. During an interview, the goalkeeper said “It’s Portugal, not just Cristiano. We know what type of player he is, but aside form him there are other quality players that we have to stop.”
Out of all eight teams of this competition, Mexico is the most experienced nation. El Tri have played six editions of FIFA Confederations Cup and won it once in 1999 at their home.
Portugal and Mexico have played two head to head games against each other so far. The Navigators won both games. The most recent meeting took place on 7th June 2014 at the Gillette Stadium which was a friendly game. Bruno Alves scored the only goal of the game in injury time.