Mexico vs United States: TV channel, live stream, team news & predictionFierce rivals Mexico and the United States go head-to-head in a key World Cup qualifying clash on Thursday. The two sides are locked on 21 points after 11 games, four behind unbeaten leaders Canada but ahead of Panama in the intercontinental playoff spot by the same margin. The USMNT have had Mexico's number in recent meetings, but the Azteca is arguably the toughest place to visit in Concacaf. Given the quality of both sides, Mexico and the USA may see the final two games as more realistic chances to seal their progression to Qatar 2022. But that won't take away from the spice of this fixture. Here's everything you need to know about Thursday's clash.
While the Mexican side has been ruled out from a top-two finish and the subsequent knockout rounds of the tournament, they still have a shot at qualifying for the World Cup if they can secure a third place finish. Of course, that means they’d have to find a way to beat the Americans, while also hoping third-place Jamaica loses to Haiti.
Mexico Date: Monday, July 11Time: 10 p. m. ETChannel: No TVLive stream: Paramount+ The Americans are riding high after their shellacking of Jamaica on Thursday that ultimately booked their spot in next year’s World Cup. Sophia Smith got things started off with goals in the fifth and eighth minutes, while Rose Lavelle, Kristie Mewis, and Trinity Rodman added one each to bring their total to five on the night.
When is kick-off? Thursday, 24 March, 10pm (EST)Where is it being played? Estadio AztecaWhat TV channel is it on? Paramount+ & CBS Sports Network (US), TUDN (Mexico)Highlights? US Soccer YouTube channelNestor Araujo may miss out of this first qualifier with a hamstring problem. / Isaiah J. Downing-USA TODAY SportsNestor Araujo is in the squad but is doubtful with a hamstring injury, while Andres Guardado and Rogelio Funes Mori are both out - the former also with a hamstring problem and the latter with a knee injury. Mexico predicted XI: Ochoa; J. Araujo, Montes, Moreno, Arteaga; Herrera, Alvarez, Pizarro; Lozano, Jimenez, Corona. Gio Reyna is making a long-awaited return to action for the USMNT.
USA vs. Mexico live stream: How to watch World Cup qualifying match via live online streamThe United States Women’s National Team has already secured their spot for the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup, but still have one match left to play in the group stage of the CONCACAF W Championship. After a big 5-0 win over Jamaica on Thursday, the Americans sit on top of Group A with six points, guaranteeing a top-two finish regardless of the result of their next match. The USWNT will take on the Mexico WNT on Monday, July 11 in their final match of the group stage. While there won’t be a televised broadcast in the United States, you can catch all the live action on Paramount+, which is live-streaming every match of this year’s W Championship. USA vs.
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Downing-USA TODAY SportsSergiño Dest suffered a hamstring injury just hours after Gregg Berhalter announced his roster and won't feature. West McKennie is also out long-term with a fractured foot while Matt Turner has an ankle injury. Giovanni Reyna will return to action though, while Jordan Pefok has been rewarded for his fine form with Young Boys by getting a recall. Brenden Aaronson is a late dropout with a knee injury.
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The USWNT absolutely dominated the Jamaican side, outshooting them 20-4 overall and 11-2 on target, while controlling 68 percent of possession throughout the match. Jamaica currently sits in third place in Group A and will finish their group stage against Haiti in hopes of finding a second-place finish. Mexico, despite playing in front of their home fans as the host country, lost their second straight outing with a 3-0 defeat to Haiti. The Haitians took a 2-0 lead with two penalty kicks from Roselord Borgella and Nerilia Mondesir before Mexican defender Greta Espinoza was sent off with a red card in the 77th minute. Haitian forward Sherly Jeudy added the third and final goal just one minute later as their side cruised to a comfortable victory.
Mexico vs United States: TV channel, live stream, team news The USMNT have had Mexico's number in recent meetings, but the Azteca is