The fourth fixture in the Rio 2016 Olympics men's football will see world champions Germany take on Mexico in a Group C clash at the Fonte Nova Arena on Thursday, 4 August. It is going to be one of the high-profile matches of the event.

Mexico will be managed by Raul Gutierrez and they sealed a berth in the Rio Olympics after winning the 2015 CONCACAF Olympic Championship qualification, where they defeated Honduras in the final. They won the clash after scoring two goals and their opponents have made it to Rio.

Germany are making their first appearance in the summer Olympics since the country's unification. They are managed by Horst Hrubesch and he has several star players at his disposal. The 2014 World Cup winners will be looking to start the tournament on a brighter note.

Mexico players celebrate after beating Honduras in the 2015 CONCACAF Olympic Qualifying Getty

The clash against Mexico will not be an easy one for Germany. Mexico won the gold in the 2012 London Olympics and they will be looking forward to bagging another gold in this year's event in South America.

Team News


Possible XI: Horn; Toljan, Sule, Klostermann, Ginter; Lars Bender, Sven Bender; Brandt, Gnarby, Meyer; Petersen.

Mexico: Talavera; Nilo, Abella, Silva, Aguirre; Guzman, Pizzaro, Gonzales; Torres, Lozano, Peralta.

Where to watch live

Kick-off is set for 9pm BST. The football matches of the Rio 2016 Olympics will be telecasted live on BBC One, BBC Four and Red Button in the United Kingdom. In addition to this, there will be up to 24 HD video streams to follow the event on desktop, mobile and tabs.

Below is a list of TV channels that would air the game around the world:

United KingdomBBC
MexicobeIN Sports Arabia
BrazilFox Sports Brazil
ChileESPN, Fox Sports
ColombiaESPN, Fox Sports
Costa RicaESPN
FranceFrance 4, Foot+
GermanyClaro Sports
Hong KongTVB Sport
IrelandLFC TV
ItalyPremium Sport HD
Middle EastbeIN Sports Arabia
New ZealandSKY GO NZ
NorwayTV2 Sumo
PortugalSport TV3
SpainTVE La 1, TDP
United StatesUSA Network, NBC Sports