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How to watch Mexico vs Chile on March 22 - FIFA International Break

March 21, 2019 By Oscar Rojas
El Tri and La Roja face each other one more time following Chile's last-gasp win in 2018. Follow this game with our detailed guide.

What has been México and Chile's form ahead of this game?

Mexico gets to this match with a new coach that represents a wind of change for El Tri. After Juan Carlos Osorio's disappointing end as Mexico's coach, Gerardo Martino will try to bring back the good times for El Tri, a team that has only been able to win one of their five friendlies since their World Cup exit. El Tri gets to Friday's clash on a three-game losing streak, including a 1-0 defeat against Chile and two 2-0 losses against Argentina.

After missing out on the 2018 World Cup, Chile is back with their mind set on winning a third Copa America title in a row. La Roja ended last year with five games, winning two, losing two more and drawing their remaining fixture. Curiously, their two wins came against CONCACAF-based opponents: Mexico (1-0) and Honduras (4-1). This will not be the only game for Reinaldo Rueda's men in the U.S., as they will face the Stars and Stripes on March 26 to end March's international break.

México vs Chile - Head-to-head stats

  • This will be the 31st game between Mexico and Chile.

  • Mexico has won 14 times against Chile in friendly and competitive games.

  • Chile has beaten Mexico in 12 of their 30 meetings.

  • Four games between Mexico and Chile have ended in a draw.

  • Chile has won the two most recent matches against Mexico: a record-breaking 7-0 win in the 2016 Copa América Centenario and a 1-0 win last year.

  • Mexico has not beaten Chile since June 1, 2016. That game ended with a 1-0 score, thanks to a late goal by Javier "Chicharito" Hernández.

México vs Chile - Pre-match talk

Gerardo Martino's term as Mexico's coach has gotten off to a rough start, especially due to a controversy with Porto's Jesús Corona, who refused to join the team due to an injury. Martino did not seem to buy Corona's reasons to skip training with El Tri, and judging by his words, it will be hard for the man known as "Tecatito" to be considered once again by the Argentine boss in the next few years.

México vs Chile on social media

The highlight of the week has to do, without a doubt, with Mexico's new kit. The new threads bring El Tri back to wearing a black jersey, which has been their lucky color in some of their biggest wins. The new design has sparked a ton of positive comments, but it will all go down in flames if the team doesn't deliver on the pitch.

Broadcast info - México vs Chile

In México: TDN, Canal 5 Televisa, Azteca Deportes En Vivo, Televisa Deportes En Vivo, Azteca 7.

In Chile: CDF Basico , CDF Premium, CDF HD.

In the U.S.: Univision NOW, UniMás, Univision Deportes En Vivo, Univision Deportes.

In Costa Rica: TDN.


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