It’s never good for a team to start the World Cup off with their backs against the wall and, in Germany’s case, especially when they’re the defending champions. After an upset loss to Mexico, Die Mannschaft finds themselves in a must-win situation this weekend as they take on Sweden, a team that’s not only currently floating on its own confidence after a win over Korea, but has extensive knowledge of the German tactics, as this will be the 37th time the two teams have met on the World Cup stage. If the Swedes can overcome the likely more-focused German team, a second win will assuredly put them in the knockout phase and the defending champions will likely be forced to go home after their third game, regardless of victory or loss.
The game starts on 2 p.m. ET on June 23 in Sochi, and will be broadcast on Fox. The match can be streamed on FoxSports.com and the Fox Sports Go apps. Telemundo’s coverage will also be available for streaming via the Telemundo Deportes En Vivo apps (for iOS and Android) and Telemundo stations’ apps.
You can also stream it online with fuboTV.