Fiji will take on Mexico in a Group C clash of the Rio 2016 Olympics men's football match at the Fonte Nova Arena on Sunday, 7 August. It will be the first match between the two sides and their second in the competition, having already played their first round of games two days back.

Fiji were in for rude shock when they took on South Korea in their first game and were handed a major beating at the hands of the Asian side, losing the game 8-0. Manager Frank Farina has a task in his hands to get the team in the right mentality for the fixture against defending Champions Mexico, who played out a well fought 2-2 against current world champions Germany.

The Australian has been on the circuit for some time, having led Australia's national team to two Oceania titles during his time as their manager.

Meanwhile, Mexico will be confident of pouring further trouble on Fiji, having put in a commendable performance in their last game. Manager Raul "Potro" Gutierrez has a point to prove and will be banking his young stars to prove a point and make him a candidate to take over the national team in the days to come.

Where to watch live

Kick-off is set for 5pm BST. The football matches of the Rio 2016 Olympics will be telecast live on BBC One, BBC Four and the BBC's interactive Red Button service in the UK. 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
AlgeriabeIN Sports Arabia
BrazilFox Sports Brazil
ChileESPN, Fox Sports
ColombiaESPN, Fox Sports
Costa RicaESPN
FranceFrance 4, Foot+
HondurasClaro 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