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TV and Streaming options to watch Mexico vs Venezuela on June 5, 2019

June 5, 2019 By Oscar Rojas
Both teams are getting ready for their respective summer competitions. Follow this international friendly with our detailed guide.

What has been Mexico and Venezuela's form ahead of this game?

México makes it to this game on a two-match winning streak, both under Martino. The aforementioned streak contrasts with the disappointing end to El Tri's 2018, which saw them lose five out of their last six clashes, including a double 2-0 loss against Argentina back in November.

Venezuela, on the other hand, will get to this tie on a four-game streak without a loss, although only one of those ended in a win. La Vinotinto's three draws during that run concluded with the same score (1-1), but their 3-1 victory against Argentina might give you an idea on how complicated it will be for Mexico to beat this side.

México vs Venezuela - Players to watch

With Chicharito out, Raúl Jiménez will be the go-to guy for Mexico. Wolves' striker gets to this call up after his best season as a pro, and with that in mind, coach Gerardo Martino will try to put his skills to good use.

On the other side of the pitch, Josef Martinez will return to his National Team after a late arrival from his club, Atlanta United. The striker blossomed under Gerardo Martino while both worked for the MLS side, and it will be curious to see how the Venezuelan ace gets past Mexico's defenders, using his previous knowledge of Martino's tactics.

México vs Venezuela - Head-to-head

  • This will be the 12th game between México and Venezuela.

  • México has beaten Venezuela in eight of those 11 games.

  • La Vinotinto has never won a game against México.

  • Three of the last four games between these teams have ended in a draw.

  • The last match between these teams took place in the Group Stage of the 2016 Copa América. The game ended in a one-all draw.

  • México has scored 24 goals when facing Venezuela. La Vinotinto has only scored 9 against El Tri.

México vs Venezuela - Pre-match talk

One of the major topics of discussion came after several El Tri regulars decided to step down from the squad that will play in the Gold Cup. Players such as Héctor Herrera, "Chicharito" and more declined to play for Mexico, which sparked the fury of fans and experts. Even if some of their reasons to snub El Tri can make sense to some, the fact that coach Gerardo Martino shared his surprise for their refusal to join El Tri speaks volumes about what's wrong between those who play and those who call the shots in the Mexican Football Federation.

Broadcast info - México vs Venezuela

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

In Venezuela: TLT Venezuela.

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

In Brazil: Watch ESPN Brasil, ESPN2 Brasil.

In the Netherlands: Fox Sports 6, Fox Sports Go.


Match details, result and original broadcast info

Mexico 3 - 1 Venezuela

June 5, 2019 9:00pmMercedes-Benz Stadium (Atlanta, Georgia)

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