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When is USA v Mexico? Live streaming, TV channel info, kick-off time & referee

By Squawka News

Published: 10:00, 15 June 2023

The Concacaf Nations League reaches the semi-final stage this weekend as USA take on Mexico this week.

USA and Mexico are no strangers to each other having just played a friendly on the 20th April a fixture that ended in a 1-1 scoreline. Now they meet again in the Concacaf Nations League encounter with the winner going on to face either Canada or Panama in the early hours of Monday Morning.

When is USA v Mexico?

USA vs Mexico takes place on Friday, 16 June at the Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas.

What is the kick-off time for USA v Mexico?

USA vs Mexico will kick-off at 3:00am (UK time).

How to live stream USA v Mexico online:

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Where to watch USA v Mexico on TV:

  • UK: Viaplay Sports 2
  • US: Paramount +

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Who is refereeing USA vs Mexico?

Ivan Barton will be the man in the middle for this clash.

USA team news

Folarin Balogun is in the USA squad for the first time after confirming his international switch and will be hoping to make a start through the middle, building on an impressive season in Ligue 1. DeAndre Yedlin and Matt Miazga are among those not included in the squad despite being part of the April international break, but the likes of Christian Pulisic, Weston McKennie and Brenden Aarsonson are all involved.

Mexico team news

Carlos Acevedo has had to withdraw from Mexico’s squad due to injury and he was replaced by Jose Antonio Rodriguez, who has one cap – but Guillermo Ochoa will be the man between the sticks. Mexico have already played twice in this international break but the likes of Raul Jimenez, Diego Lainez and Roberto Alvarado have all gone home following the friendly against Cameroon, while Hirving Lozano and Tecatito did not get past the preliminary squad.


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Scoreline prediction:USA 1-1 Mexico

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