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With the disadvantage of being on Mexican soil, Canada will attempt to get a historic result for them. A win today would mean the first appearance for a Canadian Men’s Team at the Olympics. Stream the qualifying match here
Canada vs Mexico Kick-Off info
The Mexico vs Canada match will be played at the Estadio Jalisco, in Guadalajara, Mexico. The kick-off is scheduled at 9:00 pm ET / 6:00 pm PT. If you want to watch the game on TV, your options are TUDN and Fox Sports 1. If you want to directly stream from any location, please try at PremiumTV
For what was done in the contest, where Mexico has scored three victories against the Dominican Republic, Costa Rica and the United States, the group directed by Jaime Lozano starts as main favorite to be awarded the Olympic square, one more for the Mexican delegation facing the Asian joust.
What’s more, the level displayed by players like Sebastin Crdova, Alexis Vega, Carlos Rodríguez and Uriel Antuna himself have suggested that this team plus the adult reinforcements could have a historical share in the Olympic games, which you will be able to enjoy through the multiplatform of MARCA Claro.
Canada U-23 va Mexico U-23 Game Previews
The Canadian under-23s are set to face Mexico in the tournament semifinals on Sunday (9pm ET/OneSoccer) with the winner qualifying for this summer’s Tokyo Olympics.
Mauro Biello’s side advanced past the group stage on Thursday night with a 1-1 draw against the first-place Honduran team, and finished with a 1-2-0 record in Group B following a scoreless draw with Haiti and a 2-0 victory over El Salvador last week.
Mexico defeated the U.S. 1-0 on Wednesday night in Group A to secure first place over the Americans. The hosts finished with a +7 goal difference after heavy victories over the Dominican Republic and Costa Rica.
Canada is hoping to return to the Olympic tournament for the first time since 1984 in Los Angeles, while Honduras looks to qualify for the second consecutive time.
Sunday’s match pits the stingiest defence (Canada, one goal conceded in three games) against the best attack (Mexico, eight goals in three games) at this tournament.
Canada sports 0-4-2 record vs. Mexico at the under-23 level in Concacaf Olympic qualifying since 1992.