Mexico and Wales will square off today, March 27, at 4:00 pm (ET) at the Cardiff City Stadium for an exciting international friendly. Here, we'll let you know all the match information, time by state in the U.S, storylines, predictions, odds, and even how to watch this soccer game.
El Tri continues to work and add stars to their already impressive roster as they look to prove that they're the team to beat in CONCACAF, even ahead of the USMNT. Now, they have a key test ahead of them.
As for Wales, they have struggled to live up to the expectations that surrounded them over the past couple of years but they still have one of the most promising squads in Europe right now with Gareth Bale at the realm.
Mexico vs Wales: Match Information
Date: Saturday, March 27, 2021
Time: 4:00 PM (ET)
Location: Cardiff City Stadium, Wales
Mexico vs Wales: Time By State In The U.S
ET: 4:00 PM
CT: 3:00 PM
MT: 2:00 PM
PT: 1:00 PM
Mexico vs Wales: Storylines
This will be just the third time these teams face each other. Mexico got the best of Wales with a 2-0 victory in 2012 and they got a scoreless draw in 2018. Now, the Welsh side will try to get even on the all-time series.
The Mexican side is riding a bit of a hot streak right now with back-to-back wins over South Korea and Japan, and they'll face Costa Rica in another international friendly before the CONCACAF Nations League in June.
Wales, on the other hand, are coming off a tough 1-3 loss to Belgium a couple of days ago and will need to make some key adjustments vs Mexico; as they'll go against the Czech Republic on March 30 for the World Cup qualifiers.
How To Watch Or Live Stream Mexico vs Wales In The U.S
The international friendly between Mexico and Wales to be played at the Cardiff City Stadium in Wales on March 27 will be broadcasted and streamed in the U.S by TUDN App, TUDN.com, Univision NOW, ESPN+, Univision, and TUDN USA.
Mexico vs Wales: Predictions And Odds
As you'd expect, bookmakers believe that Mexico will get the win on the road this time, as they have -125 odds. Wales, on the other hand, have +300 odds, while a tie would result in a +250 payout.
* Odds via FanDuel