The FIFA World Cup 2014 is under way. Tomorrow features Mexico vs. Cameroon in Group A at the Dunas, Natal stadium, according to a June 12 CBS report. Soccer (or football) fans can catch the Mexico vs. Cameroon live stream or TV broadcast for free tomorrow.
While neither team is considered a threat to win the World Cup, the game should still be a good matchup. Mexico’s odds at winning the World Cup 2014 are 125 to 1, while Cameroon’s odds are 500 to 1. Mexico is the favorite to win tomorrow's matchup between the two teams.
Brazil vs. Croatia was the first game of the FIFA World Cup this year, but this game is the first match of the first full day of the highly anticipated event. The world's highest paid player Samuel Eto'o plays for Cameroon, but it is unclear if he is in the team's starting 11 for the game. Cameroon also has the youngest player in the 2014 World Cup in 18-year-old Fabrice Olinga. If he gets to play, he will be the ninth youngest player to ever play in the event.
Mexico has has indicated that Javier Hernandez, the team's third all-time leading scorer who has 35 international goals, will not be in the starting lineup either. Perhaps if he can find the net, he will end up making a big impact for the team coming off the bench in tomorrow's game. It was a bit of a mess for the team to make it to the World Cup this year, but perhaps they will be able to win this game and make a good showing in Brazil.
Mexico vs. Cameroon 2014 is at 12 p.m. EDT on Friday, June 13. TV and live stream coverage starts at 11:30 a.m. EDT. You can catch the match on TV on ESPN 2. If you are not available to watch the game on live TV, you can also catch the Mexico vs. Cameroon 2014 live stream on ESPN3 on your computer, smartphone, tablet, or other streaming media device.