Yes, the wait is over. The screen of the CONCACAF GoldCup 2021 semifinal is going to be unveiled today. After a fascinating journey in the group stage and quarter-final, Canada will compete against Mexico in the second match of the semifinal. Both the teams have shown an amazing performance in the journey. It’s a matter of time when we will know which team is going to make it up for the Final
The fans of both of the teams are waiting eagerly to encounter this match. They are showing support to their team all over the country and as well as on social media.
Let’s see when and where this match is going to be played and how to watch Mexico vs Canada live stream. You shall also find the possible lineup and all the match predictions here.
When is Mexico vs Canada?
The match between Mexico and Canada will be played on Thursday, July 29, 2021, at 7.00 PM local time in the United States.
That means if you are on the east coast, the match kicks off on Thursday, July 29, 2021, at 10:00 PM (ET)
Due to the time difference, in the United Kingdom, the game will go on the ground at 00 am BST on, Friday, July 30.
Where is Mexico vs Canada?
The Ground which has been selected for this match is NRG Stadium Houston, Texas. This stadium has a sitting capacity of 72,220 people
So, if you are someone from Texas, don’t waste your time. Grab a ticket, rush on the gallery and watch this amazing man match in front of your eyes and show your team spirit. And don’t forget to do your body paint, take your jersey and flags to show support to your team. You can also watch the Mexico vs Canada live stream from home.
How to Live Stream Mexico vs Canada match?
The following TV channels will broadcast this semifinal match live:
Premier Sports (UK), Univision (US), Fox S1 (US), TUDN (US)
The following online platforms will also live stream Mexico vs Canada match:
Univision NOW (US), fuboTV (US), TUDN app (US), Fox Sports app (US)
So, grab your pizza, call your friends and enjoy the matches altogether.
Read More: Manchester United sign Jadon Sancho
We know that Mexico head coach Gerardo Martino didn’t make any changes from the beginning of the tournament. It’s almost confirmed that he will play with the same team to show the best performance as the quarter-final.
Alfredo Talavera; Luis Rodriguez, Nestor Araujo, Héctor Moreno, Jesús Gallardo; Jonathan Dos Santos, Héctor Herrera, Edson Alvarez; Jesús Corona, Rogelio Funes Mori, Orbelín Pineda
Canada has been suffering from many casualties in this tournament. Alphonso Davies being ruled out, Ayo Akinola, and Cyle Larin being injured, have made the Canadian team suffer a bit. But with all these casualties, John Herdman’s team showed great team spirit and made it up to the semis.
Maxime Crepeau; Alistair Johnston, Steven Vitoria, Kamal Miller; Richie Laryea, Stephen Eustaquio, Mark-Anthony Kaye, Tajon Buchanan; Junior Hoilett, Lucas Cavallini, Jonathan Osorio.
When it comes to statistics, Mexico is far ahead of Canada. Canada has only managed to win 3 times against Mexico, where 10 matches were drawn and only 3 matches were won. The head-to-head battle is given below:
Matches played: 36
- Mexico – Canada
- Wins: 23 – Wins3
- Lost:3 – Lost:23
Apart from the stats, Mexico is a quite experienced team, there Canada is performing very well from the beginning of the tournament. So, this match is going to be very competitive.
Match result prediction: Mexico 2-1 Canada