Following an exciting Matchday 3 full of action, the Final Round of the Concacaf World Cup Qualification for Qatar 2022 will be back this weekend to conclude the October window. Mexico and Honduras face off on Sunday on Matchday 4 of the tournament at Estadio Azteca.

On Thursday, El Tri couldn't claim the three points against Canada and had to settle with a sour draw. With two victories and two draws under their belts, Mexico will try to get back to winning ways and climb further in the standings.

Honduras, on the other hand, are winless after three rounds (D3 L1). La H were close to getting their first win against Costa Rica, but Keylor Navas denied all their efforts to snatch a point for his side.

Mexico confirmed lineup

Mexico had plenty of good news for this international window. Raul Jimenez and Hirving 'Chucky' Lozano returned, enabling Martino to name a powerful lineup to face Canada. However, that wasn't enough to secure the win.

Therefore, Martino will make a few changes to the team. This is Mexico's starting 11: Guillermo Ochoa; Luis Rodriguez, Cesar Montes, Hector Moreno, Jesus Gallardo; Hector Herrera, Edson Alvarez, Sebastian Cordova; Jesus Corona, Raul Jimenez, Jesus Corona.

Honduras confirmed lineup

Honduras coach Fabian Coito is in a hot seat right now. His side has failed to pick up a victory in three games and its World Cup aspirations are in serious danger. Now, La H face a crucial game for their future.

Aiming to see a different outcome this time, Coito made many changes to the starting eleven. This is how Honduras will line up: Luis Lopez; D. Acosta, D. Maldonado, Maynor Figueroa, M. Pereira, K. Alvarez; C. Pineda, K. Arriaga, B. Acosta; A. Tejeda, B. Moya.