Where to watch Mexico vs Uzbekistan on TV
Fans living in the U.S. will be able to watch this game on linear channels Univisión and TUDN. Those living in Mexico are going to have the option to follow this clash on Canal 5, on TUDN Mexico, or via Azteca 7. Meanwhile, fans living in Uzbekistan can follow the match on Futbol TV. Live elsewhere and want to follow the game? Visit our match page for more options and details.
Where to stream Mexico vs Uzbekistan?
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Mexico vs Uzbekistan - Team news
Mexico will continue their quest to host the 2026 World Cup under coach Jaime Lozano with this match, days after a 2-2 draw against Australia. Lozano's men came from behind to claim that draw with goals scored by Raúl Jiménez and newcomer César Huerta, who had a stellar debut with El Tri thanks to that late goal. Other players that stood tall for Mexico last Saturday include Uriel Antuna and West Ham midfielder Edson Alvarez, who showed how useful he can be playing as a midfielder and as a center back.
On the other side of the pitch, Uzbekistan enter this match with much to prove after losing to the USMNT last weekend. The team coached by Srecko Katanec has a lot of room for improvement, relying on players such as Eldor Shomurodov and Jaloliddin Masharipov. The team's defense could use some improvement after their last outing, which is where the experience of Rustam Ashurmatov could come in handy.
Both of these teams will have some absences for this clash, with Mexico still missing out on players such as Hirving Lozano and Jesús Corona. On the other hand, Igor Sergeyev's absence for Uzbekistan will be the main cause for concern, mainly because his partnership with Shomurodov will be missed by Uzbekistani fans.
Mexico vs Uzbekistan: Head-to-head
This will be the first match ever between Mexico and Uzbekistan.
Mexico will face their tenth rival from the Asian Football Confederation. Their record so far shows 26 wins, four draws, and six losses out of 36 matches against Asian opposition.
Uzbekistan will be facing a CONCACAF team for the fourth time in history. They have lost all their games, one against Canada (1-2), one against Costa Rica, and one more facing the USMNT (0-3) last weekend.
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