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September 24, 2022 By Oscar Rojas
El Tri's time to prepare for the FIFA World Cup is slowly running out, and some of their doubts must be erased in this clash against the always competitive Peruvian side.

The clash between Mexico and Peru is set to give fans a lot to talk about, whether they are El Tri supporters or La Blanquirroja fans.

Mexico are trying to put up the best possible squad to play in the FIFA World Cup, but coach Gerard Martino will have to work his magic to do so. The veteran Argentine coach has been forced to deal with numerous absences, which could have an effect in the outcome of this match.

On the other hand, Peru are getting ready to face a long spell without competitive football, since they were not lucky enough to play in this year's FIFA World Cup. With some of their most talented players ready to bid farewell to international football, coach Juan Reynoso will be able to shape up his squad for years to come with new blood, which will already be present when the team takes the Rose Bowl's pitch on Saturday evening.

Let us give you a glimpse of what's coming between these teams.

Mexico vs Peru - Team news

Mexico get to this game with nothing but the FIFA World Cup in mind, having only won two of their most recent seven games. Their most recent match saw El Tri lose against Paraguay with a one-nil score, raising criticism against coach Martino's term due to the team's poor results, especially against the USMNT. This game will give coach Martino a chance to look at some replacement options for some of his top men, who will not be available to play due to a series of injuries.

On the other hand, Perú will start a new process under Juan Reynoso, who will take over as coach following Ricardo Gareca's exit. Reynoso decided to call up most of the players that had been included by Gareca in his last squad list, but there will be two last-minute absences due to injury for this clash.

Mexico - Injured: Rogelio Funes Mori, Jorge Sánchez, Raúl Jiménez. Doubtful: Luis Romo.

Peru - Injured: Yoshimar Yotún, Andy Polo.

Mexico vs Peru - Head-to-head

  • This will be the 29th game between Mexico and Peru.

  • Mexico have won eleven of their games against Perú, while la Franjirroja has taken home the win nine times.

  • Peru have beaten Mexico in three of their last six matches.

  • Mexico have only been able to win once in their last six games against Peru. That game took place in June 2008, and ended with a four-nil win for El Tri.

  • Mexico's coach Gerard Martino has faced Peru twice in his coaching career. So far, "Tata" has beaten them once, while the other game ended in a draw. This will be his first game as Mexico's coach against Perú.

  • Peru's boss Juan Reynoso will make his debut as a national team coach in this game. He previously coached Liga MX teams such as Puebla and Cruz Azul, where he won a league title with the latter.

  • This will be the first clash between Mexico and Peru since June 2015.

Broadcast info: Mexico vs Peru


Match details, result and original broadcast info

Mexico 1 - 0 Peru

September 24, 2022 9:00pmRose Bowl (Pasadena, California)

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