The Gold Cup is already started, and it is a mystery how one of the biggest candidates to stay with the tournament will fare, what the Mexico National Team is like. Is that, the Mexico team is obliged to play a great contest, since together with Mexico, they are the top winners of the contest.
The Mexico National Team gave a lot to talk about with its squad in the face of the 2021 Gold Cup, with many surprises among those called up, and some absences of elite players. Still, those chosen will give everything to go as far as possible and make history with the intention of lifting the trophy.
The truth is that they should beat Guatemala, without any problems, but this is football and everything could happen. Their first game, and debut on the competition, will be against one of the poor teams in the tournament, in a match that will be played on Thursday, July 14, starting at 4.30 p.m. local time, at Cotton Bowl Stadium in Texas.
When and where will play the Mexico National Team vs. Guatemala?
The Gold Cup match between the US and Guatemala National Team will be played on Thursday, July 101 at 9.30 p.m. local hour, at the Cotton Bowl Stadium, in the city of Texas.
Where to watch Mexico National Team vs. Guatemala: TV Channel and Live Streaming
Mexico: 4.30 PM on TV Azteca and TUDN
United States: 4.30 PM / 22:30 ET on TUDN and UniMás.
Argentina: 6 PM (without TV) Sports Bay on Streaming.
Mexico National Team vs. Guatemala: Guatemala´s probable line-up
The DT might repeat the starting eleven that lost against El Salvador. This would be Guatemala's lineup: Nicolas Hagen, José Pinto, Moisés Hernández, Gerardo Gordillo; Stheven Robles, José Morales, Marco Domínguez, Jorge Aparicio; Marvin Ceballos, Jairo Arreola, Luis Martínez.
Mexico National Team vs. Guatemala: Mexico´s probable line-up
Gerardo Martino will have to deal with a tough casualty for the tournament. Efraín Alvarez would take his place, while Rogelio Funes Mori would start again as the No. 9. This is how Mexico would line up: Alfredo Talavera; Luis Rodriguez, Nestor Araujo, Carlos Salcedo, Osvaldo Rodríguez; Héctor Herrera, Edson Alvarez, Erick Gutiérrez; Jesús Corona, Rogelio Funes Mori, Efraín Alvarez.