Where can I watch Mexico vs Honduras on TV?
If you live in the U.S., the match will be aired on Fox Sports 1, on Univisión,and also on pay-tv network TUDN USA. Mexican fans in their country will be able to follow the game on Canal 5 Televisa, on Azteca 7, and on pay-tv network TUDN. Meanwhile, fans watching in Honduras can keep track of the clash on ESPN Norte and TUDN. Live elsewhere? Please check our dedicated match page for further information on how to watch this game on TV in your country.
Where can I stream Mexico vs Honduras live?
The clash between El Tri and Los Catrachos will have some options to follow it on-the-go. In the U.S., this match will be able to follow on the TUDN App, on TUDN.com, on Foxsports.com, on the Fox Sports App, and on Univisión NOW. This last option may also give you the chance to watch the game on-demand. In Mexico, the game will be available on streaming services such as TUDN en Vivo, ViX, ViX+, and Azteca Deportes en Vivo. Those who live in Honduras will be able to follow the game on Star+ and ViX. If you want to watch this game in another country, refer to our dedicated match page for further streaming details in your country.
Mexico vs Honduras - Team news
Mexico get to this game trying to redeem themselves after a poor performance in the CONCACAF Nations League, which saw them finish third and with former coach Diego Cocca being sacked. Now, the Mexican side will be led by former international Jaime Lozano, who led the Olympic team to a bronze medal in 2021 and knows the majority of the team called up for this event. Unfortunately for El Tri, there will be some key players out for this game due to their antics in the Nations League or due to injury, which may take a hit against Lozano's plans.
On the other side of the pitch, Honduras return to a competition of this caliber with nothing but payback on their minds. The Central American team has struggled for quite a while, which led them to finish the World Cup Qualifiers in last place and with no wins to their name. Speaking of their most recent competitive match, Honduras succumbed 4-1 to Canada in the Group stage of the Nations League, effectively ending their hopes of a top four finish. For this game, coach Diego Vásquez will have to deal with some absences, as he decided to leave some of their most talented players out of this squad and chose to rely on veteran Jerry Bengston, Brest's striker Alberth Elis, and midfielder Brian Acosta as his top guns for this game.
Here is the list of absences for each team ahead of Sunday's fixture:
Mexico: Suspended: César Montes, Gerardo Arteaga. Injured: Alexis Vega, Sebastián Córdova. Doubtful: Edson Álvarez.
Honduras: Out after coach's decision: Anthony Lozano, Romell Quioto, Andy Najar, Johnny Leverón.
Mexico vs Honduras: Head-to-head
This will be the 46th match between Mexico and Honduras. The overall record shows 27 wins for Mexico, ten draws, and eight wins for Honduras.
Mexico make it to this match on a 4-game run without a loss against Honduras (three wins, one draw).
Honduras have not been able to defeat Mexico since a 3-2 win back in 2017, when both teams were playing for a spot in the 2018 FIFA World Cup.
Mexico's most recent win against Honduras came in the 2022 World Cup Qualifiers. The match ended one-nil for El Tri after a goal by Edson Álvarez
This will be the eleventh Gold Cup match between these teams. So far, Mexico has beaten Honduras' national team five times, with four draws, and only one win for Los Catrachos.
Honduras' only win against Mexico in a Gold Cup match came in 2007, when La H defeated Mexico 2-1, courtesy of Carlo Costly's brace that cancelled Cuauhtémoc Blanco's goal for El Tri.
Mexico eliminated Honduras from the 2021 Gold Cup with a 3-0 win in the quarterfinals of that competition.
Mexico vs Honduras - Broadcast info
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