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Mexico vs. Costa Rica: probable lineups for 2021 Concacaf Nations League semifinals

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Mexico and Costa Rica will play one of the semifinals of the Concacaf tournament.
Mexico and Costa Rica will play one of the semifinals of the Concacaf tournament.

There is less and less time for the ball to roll again in the Concacaf National League. This Thursday night, the National Teams of Mexico and Costa Rica will play one of the semifinals of the tournament. In that sense, the coaches of each of the countries already have the initial training that, if there are no last-minute imponderables, they will play.

Mexico and Costa Rica will play one of the semifinals of the Concacaf tournament.

Possible formation of Mexico to face Costa Rica

Guillermo Ochoa; Jorge Sánchez, Carlos Salcedo, Héctor Moreno, Jesús Gallardo; Héctor Herrera, Edson Álvarez, Andrés Guardado; Hirving Lozano, Henry Martín, Diego Lainez.

Possible formation of Costa Rica to face Mexico

Leonel Moreira; Ronald Matarrita, Kendall Waston, Óscar Duarte, Bryan Oviedo; Allan Cruz, Celso Borges, Bryan Ruíz; Johan Venegas, Felicio Brown, Joel Campbell.

What time do Mexico vs Costa Rica play?

Mexico and Costa Rica will meet at Sports Authority Field, in Denver, Colorado, this Thursday, June 3 at 9:00 p.m., in Mexico City time; 20:00 hours in local time.

How to watch the game between Mexico vs Costa Rica?

Mexico: Channel 5, TUDN

United States: Univision Now, Paramount +, TUDN USA

Canada: OneSoccer

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