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How to watch Mexico vs Colombia on September 27, 2022

September 26, 2022 By Oscar Rojas
The second friendly for El Tri promisees to be quite interesting with Los Cafeteros being a strong rival for their World Cup preparations.

The clash between Mexico and Colombia will mark the end of September's international break for both teams, and a win for any of these teams could give them a different kind of hope for things to come.

Mexico are trying to silence their critics back home by putting up consistent performances before the FIFA World Cup, but to do so, their demanding fans will not only want the team to win, they will require El Tri to claim the win with the largest possible difference, something that may be easier said than done for a squad that has been shut out in three of their last four games.

On the other hand, Colombia are trying to keep the fine form they have shown under their new boss, mainly because the only thing left for them to save is their pride after missing out on the chance to play in the 2022 FIFA World Cup. This game will mark the return of some key players to their squad, including the rejuvenated James Rodríguez, who is keen on showing his form after securing his move to Olympiakos.

Let us give you a glimpse of what may be coming down between these teams.

Mexico vs Colombia - Team news

Mexico get to this game with nothing but the FIFA World Cup in mind and fresh off a one-nil win over Perú. The team has been harshly criticized for its poor performance in front of goal, and on top of it, injuries to strikers such as Raúl Jiménez and Rogelio Funes Mori has not helped the team's quest to find the back of the net. 

On the other hand, Colombia are watching the dawn of a new era under coach Jorge Lorenzo, who has steered his side to two wins in the same number of games. All in all, Colombia have won their last four games, which has been a vast improvement from the streak that saw them missing out on the World Cup. During that run, Los Cafeteros were unable to win in seven straight matches, losing three and with no goals being scored in those matches.

Here is the injury report ahead of this tie.

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

Colombia - Injured: José Luis Chunga, Yerry Mina.

Mexico vs Colombia - Head-to-head

  • This will be the 27th game between Mexico and Peru.

  • Mexico have won ten of their games against Perú, while Los Cafeteros have taken home the win on seven different occasions.

  • Colombia have beaten Mexico in four of these team's last five meetings.

  • Mexico have only been able to win once in their last seven games against Colombia. That game took place in September 2010. That clash ended with a one-nil score for Mexico.

  • Mexico's coach Gerard Martino has faced Colombia six times. So far, "Tata" has beaten them four times, with the Colombians beating his former teams twice.

  • Colombia's boss Jorge Lorenzo will be facing Mexico for the first time in his coaching career.

  • This will be the first clash between Mexico and Colombia since March 2012.

Broadcast info: Mexico vs Colombia


Match details, result and original broadcast info

Mexico 2 - 3 Colombia

September 27, 2022 10:00pmLevi's Stadium (Santa Clara, California)

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