The international break will bring us a friendly game between Mexico and Saudi Arabia's U23s today as both teams keep preparing for this year's Olympic Games. Here, you'll find everything there is to know about this encounter to be played at the Estadio Municipal of Marbella, such as match information, storylines, predictions, odds, and even how to watch it in the US.

El Tricolor will face their second game during this window after recording a good result in their first test, as they keep working hard with their sights set on the Summer Olympics. Jaime Lozano's squad heads to this duel after beating Romania.

Meanwhile, Saudi Arabia are also getting ready for their participation in Tokyo 2020. They've clinched a spot in the Olympics after finishing as runners-up in the AFC U23 tournament, which turns this into an exciting duel between two sides who have high aspirations.

Mexico vs Saudi Arabia: Match Information

Date: Tuesday, June 8, 2021
Time: 2 PM (ET)
Location: Estadio Municipal de Marbella, Spain

Mexico vs Saudi Arabia: Time by State in the US

ET: 2 PM
CT: 1 PM
MT: 12 PM
PT: 11 AM

Mexico vs Saudi Arabia: Storylines

At the beginning of their Marbella tour, Mexico U23s have beaten Romania last weekend in a hard-fought 1-0 win. Jesús Angulo capitalized on a Alexis Vega's assist to start the international break on the right foot.

El Tricolor will now face their second game of this tour, before meeting with Australia on Saturday, June 12. There's still more than a month left for their debut at the summer Olympics, but these games allow coach Jaime Lozano to keep on monitoring players before submitting the final squad.

How to watch or live stream Mexico vs Saudi Arabia in the US

The game to be played between Mexico and Saudi Arabia at Estadio Municipal de Marbella in Spain for a U23s international friendly will be broadcast in the US by TUDN.

Mexico vs Saudi Arabia: Predictions and Odds

Oddsmakers in the US haven't placed their bets for this game yet, as they may have found it too soon to tell. However, Mexico could be seen as favorites as they are expected to have a deep run in the Olympic Games, although soccer always delivers surprises. Caliente, for example, gives the 'Tri' odds of -175, while Saudi Arabia have odds of +425. A tie would result in a +275 payout.