Mexico vs. United States: probable lineups, schedules and where to watch the Concacaf Octagonal game

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The Concacaf Classic will be the most attractive duel on day 11 of the Concacaf Octagonal towards the Qatar 2022 World Cup. Mexico and the United States have not yet secured their place in the top soccer event, but with a victory this Thursday the path will be cleared To the winner.

Mexico could not beat the United States in the last three official games and even lost two finals in 2021. The other was for the first round of the Qualifiers. In the duels at the Azteca Stadium, Mexico’s last victory against the USMNT was on the way to South Africa 2010.

Then the United States managed to draw in the Qualifiers for Brazil 2014 and Russia 2018. It has been 12 years since El Tri’s last victory over the Stars and Stripes team in Santa Úrsula.

‘Tata’ Martino would take out a gala 11 with Chucky, Tecatito and Jiménez in the attack. While Ricardo Pepi and Christian will command Berhalter’s offense.

Data sheet

Date: Thursday, March 24, 2022

Times: 7:00 p.m. PT and 10:00 p.m. ET.

Azteca Stadium, Mexico City.

US broadcast: Univision USA, TUDN USA and CBS Sports Network (TV) / TUDN App, Univision NOW,, Fubo TV and Paramount+

Likely lineups

Mexico: Guillermo Ochoa; Jorge Sánchez, César Montes, Héctor Moreno, Gerardo Arteaga; Edson Álvarez, Héctor Herrera, Carlos Rodríguez; Jesus Corona, Raúl Jiménez and Hirving Lozano. DT: Gerardo Martino.

United States: Zack Steffen; DeAndre Yedlin, Miles Robinson, Walker Zimmerman, Antonee Robinson; Tylar Adams, Yunus Musah, Gianluca Busio; Brenden Aaronson, Ricardo Pepi and Christian Pulisic. DT: Gregg Berhalter.

Last 10 games between Mexico and the United States in all competitions

United States 2-0 Mexico | Qatar 2022 Qualifying

United States 1-0 (AET) Mexico | Final Gold Cup 2021

United States 3-2 (AET) Mexico | Concacaf Nations League Final 2021

United States 0-3 Mexico | friendly 2019

Mexico 1-0 United States | 2019 Gold Cup Final

United States 1-0 Mexico | friendly 2018

Mexico 1-1 United States | Qualifying Russia 2018

United States 1-2 Mexico | Qualifying Russia 2018

Mexico 3-2 (AET) United States | Concacaf Cup 2015

United States 2-0 Mexico | friendly 2015

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