United States vs. Mexico – FIFA World Cup Qualifier (11/12/21) | How to Watch, Start Time


As FIFA World Cup Qualifying resumes this week, a big rivalry on this side of the pond is set for Friday in the heart of Ohio, as the United States prepares to battle for the top spot in the group when they battle Mexico.

Mexico is sitting in the top spot with 14 points, coming in with a 4-0-2 record, and is one of only two teams to remain unbeaten thus far. The team that is also undefeated, Canada, is the team that Mexico last drew with. They have won back-to-back matches since, with that draw being only the second time in the final round that Mexico has surrendered a goal.

The Yankees are trying to keep up with the Mexican squad, even though they have a loss on their record. They were able to recover from a loss to Panama last month by beating Costa Rica prior to they dispersed for club action. They come into Cincinnati with a 3-2-1 record, trailing Mexico by three points. The Americans also have only the third-best goal differential through six matches at +6.

Over the two countries’ histories, Mexico has had the edge on the U.S., going 38-22-14 against their continental rivals, even though the Americans have won the last two meetings in the Nations League and Gold Cup Finals.

What: CONCACAF FIFA World Cup Qualifying

Who: United States vs. Mexico

When: Friday, November 12

Time: 9:00 p.m. ET

Where: TQL Stadium (Cincinnati, Ohio)

Channel: ESPN2, TUDN, Univision

Stream: FuboTV (7-day free trial), Sling, DirecTV Stream

Check out the CONCACAF Qualifying results and standings


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