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Mexico v Peru live stream: How to watch international friendlies online

By Harry Edwards

Mexico v Peru live stream: How to watch international friendlies online

Published: 16:00, 24 September 2022

Mexico will be looking to build momentum ahead of the World Cup when they take on Peru on Sunday at 2am (UK time).

How to live stream Mexico v Peru online:

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  • Navigate to the ‘In-Play’ link at the top of the homepage and select your desired event.

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Where to watch Mexico v Peru on TV:

  • UK: N/A

El Tri will have two friendlies in November just before the World Cup but this will be their chance to make any final decisions on their squad and tactics ahead of the tournament. Peru, meanwhile, may use this break as a look to long-term plans having missed out on qualification for the World Cup.

Mexico team news

After playing a friendly in August with a rotated squad, Mexico are back to full strength for this international break, having also brought in fringe stars for the June Nations League fixtures. David Ochoa, Julio Cesar Dominguez, Erick Aguirre, Julian Araujo, Marcelo Flores and Erik Lira have all dropped out, while Jesus Manuel Corona is still unavailable due to injury.

However, Raul Jimenez is involved in the squad despite not playing for Wolves at the weekend, missing the defeat to Manchester City through injury. Also in the squad are the usual faces of Andres Guardado, Hector Herrera, Hector Moreno and goalkeeper Guillermo Ochoa. Guardado in particular will be hoping to use this international break to draw level with Claudio Suarez as Mexico’s most-capped player, just two behind.

Peru team news

Yoshimar Yotun and Andy Polo have had to pull out of the Peru squad due to injury, with Angelo Campos, Christian Ramos, Miguel Trauco, Gabriel Costa, Horacia Calcaterra and Raziel Garcia will dropping out of the roster beaten by Australia in the World Cup qualifying play-off.

There are three uncapped players in the Peru squad with Alejandro Duarte, Piero Quispe and Bryan Reyna all involved, while Gianluca Lapadula will be hoping to find the net again for his nation.

Scoreline prediction: Mexico 2-0 Peru

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