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World Cup Qualifying - How to watch Canada vs Mexico on November 16, 2021

November 16, 2021 By Oscar Rojas
The Canucks host El Tri in their last competitive match of 2021 with nothing but a win on their minds. Keep track of this match with our extensive guide.

The last game of the FIFA World Cup Qualifiers in CONCACAF this year will feature two of the most consisten teams of the competition. Canada and Mexico will lock horns with the obligation of keeping their good form ahead of the second half of the Qualifiers and with high hopes of making it to the quadrennial tournament next year.

Canada will make it to this game in third place of the CONCACAF Qualifiers, product of their three wins and four draws. So far, Canada remain as the only unbeaten team in the competition, with all of their victories taking place when they have played at home. Their last clash of the Qualifiers saw John Herdman's men beating Costa Rica one-nil last Friday.

The Canadian side will rely heavily on the goalscoring skills of Jonathan David, who has established himself as the team's top scorer in the qualifiers with three goals. Two more players to keep an eye on will be Tajon Buchanan and Cyle Larin, who have scored two goals each for the Canucks. If that was not enough for El Tri to handle, the presence of Bayern München footballer Alphonso Davies will surely give Mexico's coach something to worry about.

On the other side of the pitch, Mexico will enter Commonwealth Stadium after suffering their first loss of the competition against the USMNT. Even so, El Tri are second with fourteen points, one point over Canada after seven games. Out of their away games, the Mexican side has won two of their matches on the road, adding one draw and the aforementioned defeat against the American side.

If Mexico want to walk away from Canada with at least one point, then they will want striker Raúl Jiménez to get in goalscoring shape. Wolverhampton's striker has only found the back of the net once during the Qualifiers, and having him score one more time would come in handy for the Mexican side in their time of need. Moreover, any contribution from under-fire wingers Jesús Corona and Hirving Lozano will also be welcome by coach Gerardo Martino.

This will not be the first World Cup Qualifying game between Canada and Mexico. El Tri will make it to this game without a loss in Canada since 1976, with their last result being a three-nil win against the Canucks in Vancouver back in 2016. The most recent matches between these teams took place earlier this year, with Mexico winning their Gold Cup match with a 2-1 score. Meanwhile, the reverse fixture between El Tri and the Reds in the Qualifiers concluded with a thrilling one-all draw at Azteca Stadium.

Broadcast info: Canada vs Mexico

In Canada: Sportsnet Ontario, Sportsnet Pacific, OneSoccer, Sportsnet Now, Sportsnet East.

In Mexico: Blim TV, TUDN, Azteca Deportes En Vivo, Canal 5 Televisa, Azteca 7, TUDN En Vivo.

In the U.S.: UNIVERSO, Telemundo, Telemundo Deportes En Vivo, Paramount+.

In Brazil: Star+.

In Jamaica: Flow Sports App,

In Argentina: Star+.

In Croatia: Sportklub 1 Croatia.


Match details, result and original broadcast info

Canada 2 - 1 Mexico

November 16, 2021 9:05pmCommonwealth Stadium (Edmonton, Alberta)

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