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Panama vs Mexico; live broadcasting info, Nov. 15

Panama vs Mexico: live TV & online listings - Nov 15, 2016

November 15, 2016 By Oscar Rojas
Los Canaleros walked away from Honduras with 3 points, while Mexico defeated the USMNT. Will any of these teams end the year as CONCACAF's leader? Find out!

Broadcast info

Who's playing? Panama and Mexico will clash against each other in a Final Round of CONCACAF's World Cup Qualifiers for the fourth time in this century, in a rivalry that has escalated as years go by. Los Canaleros have given Mexico some headaches recently, and following their win against Honduras, their performance facing El Tri could be crucial to secure their first trip to play the World Cup.

What time? Tuesday, November 15, at 18:05 PST/ 20:05 CST/ 21:05 EST.

What stadium? Estadio Rommel Fernández, located in Panama City, Panama. This venue, which works also as an Olympic stadium due to the presence of a running track, can host up to 32,000 fans.

On which channels?

- In Panama: RPC Canal 4

- In Mexico: Azteca 7, Canal 5 Televisa, UnivisionTDN, TDN

- In the U.S.: fuboTV, Telemundo, beIN SPORTS CONNECT U.S.A., Telemundo Deportes En Vivo

- In Canada: beIN SPORTS CONNECT Canada

*Get up-to-date broadcast listings

Match facts

  • Since the year 2000, Mexico and Panama have played 14 times. Mexico has edged Los Canaleros nine times, conceding three draws and losing twice.

  • Panama's wins against Mexico came during the 2013 Gold Cup, both of them with similar 2-1 scorelines.

  • Mexico has an five-game winning streak against Panama, including a 2-1 Gold Cup semi-final clash that ended in controversy due to some questionable calls by referee Mark Geiger.

  • Mexico and Panama have played three times at Rommel Fernández Stadium. El Tri won their first game there and added two draws in 2005 (1-1) and 2013 (0-0)

Team news

After two disappointing experiences in official matches against Mexico, Panama will try to beat El Tri fair and square in front of their supporters for the first time. For this match, coach Hernán Darío Gómez has a full squad to choose from, including captain Roman Torres who recently recovered from an ankle injury.

The team's Twitter feed has implemented a campaign to avoid racism on the stands, prompting fans to support their team without mocking their opponents.

"Down with racism, up with football! Let's wear our shirt proudly and show our rivals respect."

(Image: Let's go to the stadium respectfully to beat our opponents. Refrain from using racist remarks")

On the other side of the pitch, coach Juan Carlos Osorio will have to go to work without three players from his recent lineup against the United States. Andrés Guardado left the pitch during the clash vs the USMNT due to a groin problem, Carlos Salcedo was sent off and Carlos Vela left the team to witness the birth of his child.

"Day 7: Panamá gives us a warm welcome!"

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