How to watch the Mexico vs. Trinidad and Tobago World Cup qualifier

Mexico are sitting comfortably atop the group for the final round of 2018 World Cup qualifying, but there are still seven matches left to play. That’s a lot of time for things to change so they still need to rack up some points, which is what they’ll try to do tonight in Trinidad and Tobago.

Here’s what you need to know to watch the match:

The contest kicks off at 7 p.m. ET from Hasely Crawford Stadium and will be broadcast in English on beIN Sports. It will also be streamed on beIN Connect. If you want to watch the match in Spanish, you can do so on Telemundo.

Historically, 17 points guarantees teams to qualify for the World Cup from CONCACAF. If Mexico win, they’ll be on 10 points, putting them more than halfway to the World Cup with six of 10 matches still left to play, four of which will be at home.

This is a huge chance for Juan Carlos Osorio and Co., who have been steamrolling CONCACAF as of late. They’re pretty banged up for this match, but that hasn’t stopped them before and it doesn’t figure to in Trinidad and Tobago.