This Sunday, June 11, 2017 (5:30 PM Pacific) Mexico will host the USA at the Estadio Azteca for a CONCACF 2018 World Cup qualifying match. Both teams are among the strongest in the CONCACAF region and will be looking for the three points.
Mexico is currently dominating the CONCACAF region, currently topping this hexagonal stage with 13 points. El Tri is coming off a very comfortable 3-0 win against Honduras last Thursday at the Estadio Azteca. A few key players like Diego Reyes, Marco Fabian and Javier Hernandez did not feature in the game against Honduras but should get some game time in this encounter. Mexico should be able to pull off the victory, having already beat the Americans away from home in this hexagonal qualifying phase.
UPDATE: Mexico Lineup vs USA confirmed. Will feature, Ochoa, Salcedo, Diego, Moreno, Alanis, Herrera, Jona, Fabian, Vela, Chicharito and Lozano.
Ante Estados Unidos 🇺🇸
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The United States is currently in third place with seven points in this hexagonal stage and need to rack up points with teams like Panama and Honduras not far off. The Americans are coming off a comfortable 2-0 win against Trinidad & Tobago at home. Christian Pulisic rose above everyone else in that game, scoring the two goals that gave the USA the win. The young player from Borussia Dortmund will be the key player to look out for in this game, coming off a huge performance in the American’s latest game. The match is expected to be a thrilling encounter between the two strongest teams in the CONCACAF Region and should prove to be a hard-fought match between archrivals.
How to Watch Mexico vs the USA
The Mexico vs USA match will be broadcast this Sunday, June 10 at 5:30 PM Pacific:
TV Schedule: Fox Sports 1, Univision Deportes
Watch Live Online: Sling TV (Watch 7 Days Free), Fubo TV (Watch 7 days Free)