The team led by Jaime Lozano is set to start its run of friendly games prior to the World Cup with matches against Australia and Uzbekistan.

With each international break, Mexican fans living in the United States begin to wonder where and how they can follow El Tri's games. Their wait is over for September, as TelevisaUnivisión will offer thorough coverage of Mexico's games this month, even if they are not from the senior squad.

The Spanish-speaking multimedia platofrm has revealed its coverage plans for the next few days, which include games for the senior team against Australia and Uzbekistan. Added to those fixtures, the U-23 team will also have a warmup match against Colombia.

Added to the games, TelevisaUnivisión's platforms will get fans ready for all games with their signature coverage that features shows such as Línea de Cuatro, República Deportiva, and Fútbol Central.

The first game for El Tri will see Jaime Lozano's men facing Australia at AT&T Stadium in Arlington on September 9. Earlier that day, fans will be able to keep an eye on Mexico's U-23 team against Colombia via Vix, the company's premier streaming service.

The same kind of coverage will be available for Mexico's second game, this time against Uzbekistan at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia. Kickoff for this game is scheduled for 7:30 p.m., with a 30-minute preview for fans to keep track of all latest activity.

Here's how TelevisaUnivisión has scheduled their coverage for the next few days.