Mexico vs Honduras: times, TV and how to watch Gold Cup 2021 online
All the information you need on how and where to watch the reigning champions Mexico face Honduras in the quarter-final of the Gold Cup match on Saturday.
'El Tri' are firm favorites to retain their title and 1981 champions Honduras will be looking to deliver the first major shock of the competition.
Speaking ahead of the clash, Mexico manager Tata Martino stated: "there is no room for error and there is much room for improvement. We are facing a complicated opponent and one who we played recently and they held us to a 0-0 draw in Atlanta. We believe that we can dominate and impose our style of play", analyzed Martino in a video-press conference.
Honduras manager Fernando Coito won't be on the bench to oversee 'La H' after his positive covid-19 case was confirmed three days ago with the head coach still being forced to isolate. Honduras' medics have confirmed that his case will have little impact on the team with 80% of the squad and backroom staff being vaccinated.
What time does Mexico-Honduras kick off?
The Gold Cup quarter final match between Mexico and Honduras will kick off at the State Farm Stadium in Arizona, on Saturday 24 July 2021 at 10pm ET.
Mexico-Honduras: kick-off times in the US
US (EDT): 10:00 pm
US (PDT): 7:00 pm
Find out what time Mexico-Honduras starts if you’re elsewhere in the world.
How can I watch Mexico-Honduras in the US and UK?
In the US and the UK, the following T.V. channels and online services will be broadcasting the Gold Cup clash:
UK: Premier Sports 1, Premier Player HD.
US: TUDN.com, UniMás, TUDN USA, FOX Sports App, Univision NOW, TUDN App, Foxsports.com, Fox Sports 1.
Find out who is showing Mexico-Honduras elsewhere in the world.
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