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Mexico –Trinidad and Tobago World Cup Qualifier to be Streamed Live and for Free on

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Mexico –Trinidad and Tobago World Cup Qualifier to be Streamed Live and for Free on

Mexico soccer fans are currently getting ready for tomorrow’s FIFA 2010 World Cup Qualifying clash between the hosts Trinidad and Tobago and FIFA World Cup 2010 bound Mexico at the Hasley Crawford Stadium in Port of Spain.

However, the game will take place at 5:05 PM Pacific Time and will only be shown in the United States on Spanish language network Telemundo. This leaves the afore mentioned fans on the West coast of the continental USA and Hawaii who work beyond 5:05 PM PT in a predicament.

Well, we’ve got the solution for you – stream the game for FREE and LEGALLY courtesy of Telemundo and

Based on our research, the Mexico vs. Trinidad and Tobago game will be streamed live and at no cost at (click the link to go directly to the stream site) within the United States.

Coverage starts at 4 PM Pacific Time / 7 PM Eastern Time. More details (in Spanish only) about the stream can be found at this link.

We recommend joining well in advance of kick-off as we suspect that there will be tons of Trinidad and Tobago and Mexico soccer fans attempting to watch this game within the United States and beyond.

English Premier League fans might find this game of interest as Arsenal’s Carlos Vega, Sunderland’s Kenwyne Jones and Wigan Athletic’s Jason Scotland may all appear in it.

Enjoy / disfruta!

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