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How to Watch Germany vs. Mexico; Costa Rica vs. Serbia, 2018 World Cup

Two LAFC players to be in action on Sunday in Russia.

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Ureña and Vela will be in action on Sunday.
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The first three days of the 2018 FIFA World Cup have been pretty good, and there’s plenty more where that came from, as there are three games on tap on Sunday.

Notably, two of Los Angeles Football Club’s players at the World Cup will be in action, as Costa Rica face Serbia in the early game of the day (aka the make an extra pot of coffee game), with Marco Ureña likely to start for the Ticos, and Mexico, with Carlos Vela, taking on defending World Cup champ Germany in one of the games of this very young tournament.

Both games will be tricky for the Concacaf sides, but given their track records and the way this World Cup has thrown up a couple surprises so far, they can’t be considered out of it before the opening whistle is sounded. And it is quite likely both Ureña and Vela will play for their respective countries, and also likely they’ll be starting.

The good news about the early kickoff times in Russia for us on the West Coast is that you can probably watch some or all of the games before going to your Father’s Day picnics and parties. So that’s a silver lining.

How to Watch Costa Rica vs. Serbia:

The match broadcast is scheduled start at 5 am PT. Kickoff will come right at that time. You can watch the game on Fox, Telemundo, and streaming on Telemundo Deportes and Fox Sports Go in the United States.

How to Watch Germany vs. Mexico:

The match broadcast is scheduled start at 8 am PT. Kickoff will come right at that time. You can watch the game on FS1, Telemundo, and streaming on Telemundo Deportes and Fox Sports Go in the United States.

The rest of Sunday’s World Cup action:

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