Mexico vs Guatemala: times, how to watch on TV, stream online | International friendly
Ahead of this summer’s Gold Cup the two CONCACAF sides go head-to-head in a pre-tournament friendly in Mazatlán.
The Mexican national team will take on fellow Gold Cup contenders Guatemala in the first of their pre-Gold Cup friendlies.
For the very first time El Tri will play in the home of Mazatlán FC in Sinaloa, in their recently-completed Estadio de Mazatlán. It marks the start of a busy summer for Diego Cocca’s side. Friendly fixtures against Guatemala and Cameroon will act as preparation for a Nations League semi-final clash with the United States, and then the Gold Cup later this month.
Guatemala will also compete in this year’s Gold Cup finals, qualifying after winning League B, Group D of the Nations League. They will go into this fixture as clear underdogs but can call upon the services of Rubio Rubín, the 28-year-old forward who plays for MLS side Real Salt Lake.
What time does Mexico vs Guatemala start?
Mexico will hope to get an action-packed summer off to a positive start when they host Guatemala on Wednesday, 7 June 2023 with kick off at 7pm ET / 10pm PT.
How can I watch Mexico vs Guatemala?
The warm-up match between Mexico and Guatemala will be available to watch both for fans in the United States and in Mexico. These are the channels who are broadcasting the game live in those locations...
United States: Univision NOW, UniMás
Mexico: TUDN En Vivo, VIX+, TUDN, Azteca Deportes En Vivo, Azteca 7
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Form guide for Mexico vs Guatemala
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Mexico vs Guatemala prediction
This game is an important warm-up fixture for the two teams ahead of an important summer of international football. However we might see Mexico experiment a little under new coach Diego Cocca, who took over in February and has only been in charge for three matches.
For this reason, we’re predicting a fairly close game but Mexico should have the quality to edge it.
Prediction: Mexico 2-0 Guatemala