Mexico and Qatar play their final group match in the 2023 CONCACAF Gold Cup.
El Tri began their campaign with a 4-0 win over Honduras while the 2022 World Cup hosts lost 2-1 to Haiti.
When is Mexico vs Qatar?
Mexico vs Qatar takes place at Levi’s Stadium on Monday, July 3rd.
What is the kick-off time for Mexico vs Qatar?
Mexico vs Qatar will kick-off at 2am (UK time).
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Who is refereeing Mexico vs Qatar?
A referee has yet to be named for Mexico vs Qatar.
Mexico team news
Jaime Lozano began his interim spell as Mexico’s head coach with a resounding 4-0 win over Honduras. Luis Romo bagged a brace while Orbelín Pineda and Luis Chávez rounded off the scoring. Lozano is expected to make few changes, including retaining Edson Alvarez at centre-back, though Santiago Gimenez and Carlos Rodríguez are pushing for starts.
Qatar team news
A defensively-minded Qatar were humbled by Haiti on matchday one. Yusuf Abdurisag scored their consolation goal. Ali Asad and Tameem Mansour Al-Abdullah are two options to come into Qatar’s starting lineup as the Gold Cup progresses.
Scoreline prediction: Mexico 3-1 Qatar
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