CONCACAF NATIONS LEAGUE
Mexico vs Jamaica: times, how to watch on TV and online | CONCACAF Nations League
Mexico and Jamaica face off at the Estadio Azteca on Sunday, with a place in the CONCACAF Nations League finals up for grabs.
In Diego Cocca’s opening home game as Mexico boss, El Tri host Jamaica in a showdown for a place in June’s CONCACAF Nations League finals.
When does Mexico vs Jamaica kick off?
The CONCACAF Nations League A Group A clash is to be played on Sunday 26 March 2023, with kick-off scheduled for:
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After beating Suriname in Cocca’s first match since being appointed as Gerardo Martino’s successor, Mexico are in pole position to win Group A and qualify for the Nations League finals.
Thursday’s 2-0 win in Paramaribo left the Mexicans two points clear of second-placed Jamaica, with Sunday’s game in Mexico City the only fixture still to be played in the group.
Mexico therefore need just a point against the Jamaicans to secure top spot.
The midweek victory over Suriname also clinched Mexico’s ticket to the 2023 CONCACAF Gold Cup, as they are now certain to finish in the top two in Group A.
Jamaica, who are likewise assured of their place at the Gold Cup, head to the Azteca fresh from a draw and a defeat in a friendly double header against Trinidad and Tobago.
Heimir Hallgrímsson’s men were beaten by a second-half Reon Moore strike on 12 March, before playing out a goalless stalemate with their fellow Caribbeans three days later.
Only a win in Mexico will secure a Nations League finals berth for the Reggae Boyz, who drew 1-1 with their hosts when the sides met in the reverse fixture in Kingston last June.