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Mexico v Sweden live stream: Watch international friendly online | team news & stats

By Ben Green

Mexico v Sweden live stream: Watch tomorrow's international friendly online, team news & stats

Published: 7:30, 16 November 2022

Mexico v Sweden takes place on Wednesday at 7.30pm (UK time).

How to live stream Mexico v Sweden online:

Bet365* stream a selection of international friendlies live for account holders. They also show the Bundesliga, La Liga, Serie A and Ligue 1 as well as the Primeira Liga.

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Former Barcelona and Argentina manager Gerardo Martino has one final game to assess his playing squad before travelling out to Qatar for the World Cup. With his final 26-man roster now confirmed, a concluding showdown at the Estadi Montilivi in Catalonia awaits El Triwhere unqualified Sweden will be putting the North Americans through their paces for an international appetiser ahead of Sunday’s starting pistol.

Mexico team news

Among those called up by Martino for Qatar are Ajax duo Edson Alvarez and Jorge Sanchez, 177-capped Andres Guardado, Wolves forward Raul Jimenez and fleet-footed Napoli winger Hirving Lozano. Tata’s selection naturally drew some controversy, with the Europa League’s current top scorer, Santiago Gimenez, omitted in place of Wolves’ Jimenez, who has not featured since August with a hip injury. Jesus Manuel Corona has also been excluded, though his absence is due to injury.

Sweden team news

Janne Andersson has called up a few interesting names for Sweden’s two friendlies against Mexico and Algeria. The uncapped quartet of Samuel Gustafson, Emil Holm, Aiham Ousou and Leopold Wahlstedt are all in the squad, while 20-year-old Manchester United forward Anthony Elanga also makes the cut. There is also room for Championship duo Viktor Gyokeres and Ken Sema, who represent Coventry and Watford respectively.

Scoreline prediction: Mexico 2-1 Sweden