SOCHI, Russia, Sporting Alert — Starting lineups, live Gamecast and live stream of the 2017 FIFA Confederations Cup second semi-final game between Germany and Mexico.

Live coverage from the Fisht Stadium in Sochi, will begin at 2 p.m. ET and you can stream the action for free on FOX Soccer Match PassFox Sports GO will also stream the game, with The television broadcast will be available on Fox Sports 1 USA.

Javier Hernández and Raul Jiménez will lead the attack for Mexico, while Carlos Vela will start this one on the bench.

Giovani dos Santos and his brother Jonathan dos Santos both start as well for El Tri, with Hector Herrera and Javier Aquino joining the pair in midfield.

Nestor Araújo, Miguel Layún, Oswaldo Alanís and Hector Moreno will make up the back four, while Guillermo Ochoa is in goal.

Meanwhile, for Germany, Julian Draxler will play as part of a strong attacking lineup, that will see Timo Werner leading the line.

Lars Stindl, Joshua Kimmich, Benjamin Henrichs, Leon Goretzka and Matthias Ginter also start for the World champions.

Barcelona goalkeeper Marc-André ter Stegen is the man between the sticks.

FIFA Confederations Cup

Mexico XI: Ochoa, Moreno, Alanís, Layún, Araújo, Aquino, H. Herrera, J. dos Santos, G. dos Santos, Javier Hernández, R. Jiménez.

Germany XI: M. ter Stegen, J. Hector, Rüdiger, Ginter, Rudy 7 J. Draxler, Goretzka, J. Kimmich, Henrichs, Stindl, T. Werner


Omar Hall is a passionate writer. He covers several big events for SportingAlert, including the World Cup and European Championship. Omar is a fan of sports and is honored to do what he loves.

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