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Suriname v Mexico live stream: Watch CONCACAF Nations League online

By Mohamed Moallim

Suriname v Mexico live stream: Watch CONCACAF Nations League online

Published: 16:30, 23 March 2023

Suriname v Mexico takes place on Friday at 12am (UK time).

Mexico will be looking to put a disappointing World Cup campaign behind them when they return to CONCACAF Nations League action.

Now managed by Diego Cocca, a win here sees El Tri back in the driver’s seat to book a spot in the semi-finals of League A, while Suriname — seeking to avenge a recent 3-0 loss to Mexico — can still qualify for Gold Cup.

Looking to watch Suriname v Mexico online? Read on for your live-streaming options.

How to live stream Suriname vs Mexico online:

Bet365* streams a selection of CONCACAF Nations League matches live for account holders. They also show Ligue 1, La LigaSerie A as well as the Bundesliga.

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Where to watch Suriname vs Mexico on TV:

  • UK: N/A
  • US: Univision, TUDN USA and Paramount+

Suriname vs Mexico betting tips from Squawka Bet

Mexico reached the inaugural CONCACAF Nations League final in June 2021 but they were unable to get the better of eternal rivals United States who ran out 3-2 winners following extra time. Jesús Manuel Corona and Diego Lainez were both on the scoresheet for El Tri back then. Lainez is subsequently part of Diego Cocca’s first squad after succeeding compatriot Gerardo Martino who claimed 42 wins from 66 matches in charge.

As for Suriname, who are meeting Mexico for a third time, they are led by 84-time capped Dutch international Aron Winter, who in the past represented Lazio and Inter Milan as well as boyhood club Ajax. This will only be his second game in the hot seat. So far, it’s a 100% record having picked up a 2-1 success over Nicaragua last September, a game that saw former Feyenoord and Heerenveen attacker Mitchell Te Vrede netting his first international goal.

Recent form:

Suriname Mexico
Suriname 2-1 Nicaragua Saudi Arabia 1-2 Mexico
Mexico 3-0 Suriname Argentina 2-0 Mexico
Jamaica 3-1 Suriname Mexico 0-0 Poland
Suriname 1-1 Jamaica Mexico 1-2 Sweden
Thailand 1-0 Suriname Mexico 4-0 Iraq

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Scoreline prediction: Suriname 0-2 Mexico

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