This Friday, May 26, 2017 (1:00 AM Pacific) Mexico will play Venezuela in the U20 FIFA World Cup at the Suwon World Cup Stadium in Suwon, South Korea. Both teams are undefeated in the competition and will look to continue their good run of form.
Mexico has not looked overly impressive in the competition with a slim 3-2 win against Vanuatu and a 0-0 draw against Germany. El Tri was dominated by Germany in the scoreless clash and was lucky to come away with the point from the encounter. The European side had more possession and attempts, Mexico’s goalkeeper, Abraham Romero being a key figure in the game with seven saves. The Aztec side is currently in second place in Group B of the tournament behind Venezuela in first and will look to top the group with a victory here.
Venezuela has exceeded expectations in this tournament with two huge victories over Germany and Vanuatu. First, the South American team came away with a 2-0 win over Germany then in its latest game Venezuela crushed Vanuatu by a 7-0 scoreline. Sergio Cordova leads the CONMEBOL side with three goals in those two games, including putting two past Vanuatu. Another intriguing player for the South American’s has been Watford’s, Adalberto Penaranda who scored a goal in the match against Vanuatu.
Venezuela is going into this game with tremendous form and confidence and should produce a highly competitive encounter against Mexico. The match should be one of the more entertaining duels this week in the U20 World Cup and should produce a spectacle.
How to Watch Mexico vs Venezuela
The Mexico vs Venezuela match will be broadcast this Friday, May 26 at 1:00 AM Pacific:
TV Schedule: Fox Sports 1, Telemundo
Watch Live Online: Fubo TV (Watch 7 Days Free), SlingTV (Watch 7 Days Free)