BYDGOSZCZ, Poland — The FIFA U-20 World Cup Poland 2019 continues on Sunday with another healthy set of fixtures, as a few teams look to play catch up in Group A and Group B.
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Mexico will look to maintain control of the CONCACAF World Cup Qualifying – Hexagonal standings when they take on Honduras at the Azteca tonight.
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Check out the scores and final results from the games that took place in Copa America on Sunday. Venezuela beat Jamaica 1-0 and Mexico hammered Uruguay 3-1.
USA and Mexico both started the CONCACAF World Cup qualifying semi-final round with victories, but Jamaica failed to impress at home.
AMSTERDAM (Sporting Alert) — Carlos Vela, returning to the Mexico national squad, leads the attack with Javier Hernandez in today’s friendly clash with the Netherlands at Amsterdam ArenA.
(Sporting Alert) — Despite reports in the media about an injury, Arturo Vidal has started for Chile in tonight’s friendly international game with Mexico.
FORTALEZA (SportingAlert) — Robin van Persie returns to the starting lineup for the Netherlands in today’s World Cup round of 16 clash with Mexico in Fortaleza.
BRASÍLIA, Brazil (SportingAlert) – Hulk returns to the starting lineup for Brazil against Cameroon, as the hosts look to secure top spot in Group A at the FIFA World Cup on Monday
The last round of games in Group A and Group B of the FIFA World Cup will get underway on Monday with plenty still up for grab heading into the knock-out round. Host Brazil look well set to beat Cameroon and top Group A, while Chile and the Netherlands battle things out for 1st place in Group B.
(SportingAlert) — Mexico goes unchanged for game two of their Group A World Cup fixture with host Brazil at Estadio Castelo on Tuesday.
Oribe Peralta continued his good goalscoring touch for Mexico after he netted the lone goal in his team’s 1-0 win over Cameroon in their Fifa World Cup Group A opener at the Arena das Dunas Friday.
As expected, Javier Chicharito Hernandez is only on the bench for Mexico, while Samuel Eto’o leads the attack for Cameroon in the World Cup Group A opener at Arena das Dunas this afternoon.