How to watch World Cup warmup friendlies: TV schedule, online streaming

The World Cup is approaching. And that means World Cup-bound teams are holding their dress rehearsals before heading to Russia.

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Many pre-World Cup warmup friendlies have already been completed. Those results are at the bottom of this story. But first, the TV schedule for the friendlies still to come.

Pre-World Cup friendly schedule

Notes: All games on Fox networks can also be streamed on Fox Sports Go (TV provider required). All games on beIN Sports can also be streamed on beIN Sports Connect. ESPN3 is ESPN’s free digital streaming service. ESPN+ is ESPN’s subscription online streaming service.

Javier Chicharito Hernandez and Mexico will play three friendlies to prepare for the 2018 World Cup in Russia. (Getty)

World Cup participants in bold.

All times ET.

Saturday, June 9

Hungary v Australia, noon
Morocco v Estonia, noon, BeIN Sports Connect
Serbia v Bolivia, noon
Sweden v Peru, 1:15 p.m., BeIN Sports, BeIN Sports Español
Mexico v Denmark, 2 p.m., Univision, Univision Deportes
Spain v Tunisia, 2:45 p.m., ESPN Deportes, ESPN3/ESPN+
France v United States, 3 p.m., ESPN, Univision Deportes, UniMas

Sunday, June 10

Austria v Brazil, 10 a.m., BeIN Sports, BeIN Sports Español

Monday, June 11

South Korea v Senegal
Belgium v Costa Rica, 2:45 p.m., ESPN Deportes, ESPN3/ESPN+

Tuesday, June 12

Paraguay v Japan, 9:05 a.m.
Poland v Lithuania, noon, BeIN Sports, BeIN Sports Español

Previous scores

Monday, May 28

South Korea 2-0 Honduras
Iran 1-2 Turkey
Italy 2-1 Saudi Arabia, 2:45 p.m.
Portugal 2-2 Tunisia
France 2-0 Ireland
Mexico 0-0 Wales
Nigeria 1-1 Congo DR

Tuesday, May 29

Argentina 4-0 Haiti
Peru
 2-0 Scotland
Panama 0-0 Northern Ireland

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Wednesday, May 30

Japan 0-2 Ghana
Austria 1-0 Russia

Thursday, May 31

Senegal 0-0 Luxembourg
Morocco 0-0 Ukraine

Friday, June 1

Australia 4-0 Czech Republic
South Korea 1-3 Bosnia and Herzegovina
France 3-1 Italy, 3 p.m., ESPN Deportes
Egypt 0-0 Colombia
Tunisia 2-2 Turkey

Saturday, June 2

Germany 1-2 Austria
England 2-1 Nigeria
Sweden 0-0 Denmark
Belgium 0-0 Portugal
Iceland 2-3 Norway
Mexico 1-0 Scotland

Sunday, June 3

Croatia 0-2 Brazil
Costa Rica 3-0 Northern Ireland
Saudi Arabia 0-3 Peru
Spain 1-1 Switzerland

Monday, June 4

Serbia 0-1 Chile
Morocco 2-1 Slovakia

Tuesday, June 5

Russia 1-1 Turkey

Wednesday, June 6

Nigeria 0-1 Czech Republic
Panama 0-1 Norway
Belgium 3-0 Egypt

Thursday, June 7

England 2-0 Costa Rica, 3 p.m.
South Korea 0-0 Bolivia
Portugal 3-0 Algeria
Iceland 2-2 Ghana
Uruguay 3-0 Uzbekistan

Friday, June 8

Croatia 2-1 Senegal
Iran 1-0 Lithuania
Switzerland 2-0 Japan
Germany 2-1 Saudi Arabia
Poland 2-2 Chile

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