Mexico will be back to action after a while off the field. Gerardo Martino's side clash against Iceland today at the AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, in an International Friendly to prepare before the Concacaf Nations League Final Four kick off in the upcoming days. Here, check out the match information, storylines, predictions, odds, and how to watch it in the US.
El Tricolor already find themselves in the US looking forward to their match against Costa Rica for the CNL semifinals. Coach Martino has called up 31 players and left out MLS stars Chicharito Hernandez and Carlos Vela.
On the other hand, Iceland will play their first game since March, when they put four past Liechtenstein in the third round of the World Cup Qualifiers. The nordic team has enjoyed success in the last years, and they'll try to prove their strength once again in this friendly.
Mexico vs Iceland: Match Information
Date: Saturday, May 29, 2021
Time: 9 PM (ET)
Location: AT&T Stadium, Arlington, Texas
Mexico vs Iceland: Time by State in the US
ET: 9 PM
CT: 8 PM
MT: 7 PM
PT: 6 PM
Mexico vs Iceland: Storylines
Mexico will return to the pitch after their 1-0 win over Costa Rica in March. Since then, Gerardo Martino has had some time to keep on monitoring players and evaluate who deserved to be called up for this international window.
El Tricolor will face an important game against Los Ticos soon, hoping to get into the Concacaf Nations League Grand Final. Meanwhile, Iceland will face the first of the three friendlies they will face in this window, preparing for the resumption of the road to Qatar 2022 in September.
How to watch or live stream Mexico vs Iceland in the US
The game to be played between Mexico and Iceland for an International Friendly at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, will be broadcast in the US by TUDN USA, TUDN App, Univision NOW, TUDN.com, and Univision.
Mexico vs Iceland: Predictions and Odds
Bookmakers have already made their predictions for this game, and they see El Tricolor as strong favorites. FanDuel has given Mexico odds of -220, while Iceland have +500, and a tie would result in a +310 payout.
* Odds via FanDuel.