Mexico are playing Canada at the Group A of Concacaf Gold Cup on June 20. The match will kick off 02:30 UTC. Mexico are the leaders in the table with 9 points after 3 matches, while Canada are 2nd with 6 points in 3 matches.
Roberto Alvarado scored the first goal on the 40th minute of the game followed by goals from Andres Guardado and Lucas Cavallini.
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Mexico will probably kick off the game with Guillermo Ochoa, Edson Alvarez, Nestor Araujo, Diego Reyes, Luis Rodriguez, Roberto Alvarado who got substituted by Luis Montes on the 68th minute, Jonathan dos Santos who got substituted by Carlos Rodriguez on the 73rd minute, Jesus Gallardo, Erick Gutierrez who got substituted by Andres Guardado on the 37th minute, Uriel Antuna and Raul Jimenez as starters, with Hugo Gonzalez, Jonathan Orozco, Cesar Montes, Hector Moreno, Fernando Navarro, Carlos Salcedo, Andres Guardado, Luis Montes, Orbelin Pineda, Carlos Rodriguez, Rodolfo Pizarro and Alexis Vega on the bench.
Canada's starting eleven are Milan Borjan, Derek Cornelius, Zachary Brault Guillard, Doneil Henry, Mark Anthony Kaye, Alphonso Davies, Atiba Hutchinson, Will Johnson who got substituted by Scott Arfield on the 61st minute, Russell Teibert who got substituted by Jonathan Osorio on the 60th minute, Lucas Cavallini and Cyle Larin who got substituted by Jonathan David on the 57th minute, with Maxime Crepeau, Jayson Leutwiler, Marcus Godinho, Kamal Miller, Ashtone Morgan, Scott Arfield, Liam Millar, Noble Okello, Jonathan Osorio, Samuel Piette, Jonathan David and Junior Hoilett on the bench.
Mexico have won Cuba, Ecuador, Venezuela, Paraguay and Chile in their previous 5 matches, while Canada have won Martinique, Trinidad and Tobago and New Zealand in their previous 3 matches.
Mexico and Canada have met twice in their recent history. Mexico won twice.
Mexico have won 3 of their 3 matches in Group A, drawing 0 and having 0 defeats this season. They have scored 13 goals - 4.33 per match, conceding 3 - 1.00 per match. Canada have won 2 of their 3 matches in Group A, drawing 0 and having 1 defeat this season. They have scored 12 goals - 4.00 per match, conceding 3 - 1.00 per match.
Referee showed the yellow card once throughout the game. Mark Anthony Kaye was the one to receive it.
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