Mexico on their way to winning Nations League group
Mexico face Jamaica in the final Concacaf Nations League game on Sunday.
Mexico got the result they were looking for in their penultimate CONCACAF Nations League clash with Suriname on Thursday. A 0-2 win with goals from Johan Vásquez and an own goal from Damil Dankerlui gave El Tri their second win in Group A, which they top on seven points. Diego Cocca’s team will have the chance to win the group on Sunday - a victory or a draw against Jamaica at the Azteca would be enough to end the group phase as champions of their section and as top seeds.
Mexico drew 1-1 with Jamaica when they met at Independence Park in June last year. Sunday’s game will kick off at 18:00 hours local time (8 p.m. EDT / 5 p.m. PDT)
CONCACAF Nations League: Group A
League A of the CONCACAF Nations League comprises four groups of three teams who compete in a home-and-away, round-robin format. The teams that finish first will go to the Final Four of the tournament, which will be held from 15-18 June 2023 at Allegiant stadium in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The teams that finish as winners of their group will automatically qualify for the 2023 Gold Cup which will take place from 24 June 24 to 16 July at various cities in the United States. The group stage and calendar draw will be held on 14 April.
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