Upstart Britain takes aim at Mexico (10 p.m. ET, FS1)

Upstart Britain takes aim at Mexico (10 p.m. ET, FS1)

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PHOENIX – Pool C has proven to be a topsy-turvy group stage with each team collecting at least one win through the first three days.

History was made Monday when Great Britain responded from being mercy ruled to deliver the first win in the isle’s history at the World Baseball Classic. The upstart group has been universally applauded by the four opposing managers, all of whom have mentioned the team’s scrappy at-bats and energy as central to the Classic’s mission of growing the game across the globe.

Here is everything else you need to know about Tuesday night’s matchup:

When and where: 10 p.m. ET on Tuesday at Chase Field in Phoenix.

How you can watch: The game between Great Britain and Mexico will air live on FS1. Games are available on FOX, FS1, FS2, Tubi or FOX Deportes, and every game can be streamed online in the FOX Sports App. For international viewing options, click here.

How you can listen: Live audio coverage of all games will be carried on Sirius XM, TuneIn, and in the MLB App.

What’s at stake: While tiebreaker scenarios remain in play, the path for Great Britain’s advancement will likely take a significant win and some help. For Mexico, a win pushes them in the direction of advancing to Miami for the quarterfinals.

Matchup history: Like all of Great Britain’s pool play meetings, their matchup with Mexico will be a first-time showdown in Classic competition. 

Chavez Young, OF, Great Britain: Young was moved to the leadoff spot ahead of the club’s second game and Britain has responded by combining for 15 runs since. The speedster became the first player in World Baseball Classic history to steal home Sunday, with his four steals entering play Tuesday just one shy of tying the mark for most at a single Classic.

Randy Arozarena, OF, Mexico: Few players have proven as electrifying on baseball’s biggest stages over the past few years as Arozarena, who is on his way to cult hero status in Mexico. Whether it’s his off-field attire, new arms-crossed salute or production (5-for-9 with four extra-base hits at the Classic), the outfielder has capured the admiration of the pro-Mexican crowd.

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