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Suriname vs Mexico: Times, how to watch on TV, stream online | CONCACAF Nations League

All you need to know as El Tri face Suriname in Paramaribo’s Flora Stadium on 23 March, with kick-off set for 8:00pm ET.

Suriname vs Mexico: Live
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The CONCACAF Nations League kicks off again this evening with pre-tournament favourites Mexico heading south to take on Suriname.

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Mexico are currently second in Group A, but have a game in hand on current leaders Jamaica. A win tonight will put El Tri in pole position to clinch the group when they face the Jamaicans on Sunday.

You can watch Suriname vs Mexico live stream on fuboTV (free trial available)

When does Suriname vs Mexico kick off?

The game between Suriname and Mexico starts on Thursday 23 March 2023 at:

  • 8:00pm ET
  • 7:00pm CT
  • 5:00pm PT

How to watch Suriname vs Mexico

  • TV: Univision, Univision NOW, TUDN USA
  • Streaming: FuboTV, Paramount+, TUDN App/Website, YouTube

You can watch Suriname vs Mexico live stream on fuboTV (free trial available)

Suriname vs Mexico preview


Hosts Suriname may be the underdog for tonight fixture, but there have shown before that they can upset more illustrious names. Last summer group leaders Jamaica travelled to Suriname and were held to a draw, with the home side controlling more of the possession and registering twice as many shots on target.

Much of Surname’s attacking output will depend on the performance of Sheraldo Becker, who has starred for Union Berlin in the Bundesliga this season. The pacy forward has registered seven goals in the German top flight this campaign and could be a key player this evening.

Mexico secured a 3-0 win last time they faced Suriname.
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Mexico secured a 3-0 win last time they faced Suriname. JONATHAN DUENAS


A Wold Cup finals mainstay, Mexico are the favourites to lift the upcoming Gold Cup for a record eighth time. In the first game against Suriname the Mexicans ran out 3-0 winners, but coach Diego Cocca will be taking the team for the first time in a competitive fixture. Cocca was appointed after an underwhelming showing from Mexico at the 2022 World Cup, in which they were eliminated in the group stages.

Cocca has opted to travel to Suriname was a thin squad, taking only players currently featuring for Liga MX sides for the trip to Paramaribo. This means there is no Guillermo Ochoa in the Mexican net for Thursday’s game. It is not yet clear which of Carlos Acevedo or José Antonio Rodríguez will start in Ochoa’s place.

Suriname vs Mexico: Recent meetings

While Mexico are most successful nation in the history of CONCACAF, Suriname’s record in the tournaments is much more limited. The South American nation have competed in the Gold Cup just twice before in their history and are yet to make it out of the group stages in either of their previous appearances.

This tournament is the first time that they have been drawn against El Tri, meaning that last summer’s 3-0 Mexican victory is the only previous meeting of the two sides.