Where to watch Mexico vs Honduras on TV
Fans living in the U.S. will be able to watch this game on pay-tv network TUDN and also via UniMás. For fans in Mexico, their options to keep track of this match will include Canal 5, TUDN Mexico, and Azteca 7. Meanwhile, fans living in Honduras can follow the match on Telesistema Honduras, Deportes TVC, Tigo Sports Honduras, and TUDN. Live elsewhere and want to follow the game? Visit our match page for more options and details.
Where to stream Mexico vs Honduras?
There will be a variety of options to follow this game on-the-go.
In Honduras: ViX.
If you don't live in any of these countries, check out our match page for more information.
Mexico vs Honduras - Team news
After one of the worst performances for any El Tri version, changes are expected by coach Jaime Lozano to try and turn things around. The two-nil loss to Honduras last Friday will force Lozano to search for other options up front, which may include using striker Henry Martín and fellow América footballer Julián Quiñones. Other names ready to step up are Uriel Antuna and Luis Chávez, who had a positive effect for Mexico during their time on the pitch last Friday, even if they were not able to turn things around for Mexico. Another thing to keep in mind will be the name guarding the net, as Guillermo Ochoa will not be around to help Mexico. Luis Malagón and Julio González seem to be the options for Lozano in this do-or-die clash.
As for Honduras, the team leading this tie should keep things fresh and just like they did on Friday, and they will be able to shock Mexico and the entire region by booking a spot in next year's Copa América. The team is expected to field the same team that claimed their two-nil win last Friday, with strikers "Choco" Lozano and Luis Palma as the main offensive weapons in this tough match at Azteca Stadium, a venue that does not hold fond memories for La H.
Mexico vs Honduras: Head-to-head
This will be the 42nd game between Mexico and Honduras.
Mexico dominate all stats against Honduras, with 24 wins and only eight losses against the Blue and White side.
Speaking only of home games against Honduras, Mexico are unbeaten in their last three games facing Los Catrachos at Azteca Stadium, with no goals conceded and six goals for them in those three fixtures.
Honduras have only beaten El Tri once over Mexican soil. That game took place back in the 2014 WC Qualifiers, with the Central Americans beating Mexico 2-1.
Mexico have won eight of the last ten games against Honduras when playing at home. Seven of those games have also included a clean sheet for El Tri.
After Friday's defeat, Mexico's coach Jaime Lozano has an even record of one win and one loss against Mexico.
Honduras' boss Reinaldo Rueda will face Mexico for the 15th time. So far, he has beaten El Tri seven times, with five losses and two draws in his record.
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