Panama and Mexico meet in the Final Round of the Concacaf World Cup Qualifiers 2022. This game will take place at Estadio Rommel Fernández Gutiérrez in Panama City on September 8, 2021 at 9:05 PM (ET). Panama seems to have the perfect roster to win, but the Mexicans have experienced people playing in every position. Here is all the detailed information about this World Cup Qualifiers potential lineups.
The two teams with victories in the Final Round play for three points or a two-points draw. It's shocking that only two teams have won games so far. But Panama are in second place with 4 points thanks to a draw and a victory.
Mexico are the leaders of the standings with 6 points after winning two games. The first victory was against Jamaica 2-1 at home, and the second winning game was against Costa Rica 1-0 on the road. After this game, El Tri play Canada at home.
Panama confirmed lineup
Panama’s roster is full of players who are willing to give everything to win. The only victory was against Jamaica on September 5 for Matchday 2 of the Concacaf World Cup Qualifiers 2022. That game ended 3-0 in favor of the Panamanians.
Thomas Christiansen, Panama’s head coach, seems to be the one to make Panama play in Qatar 2022. He made a selection of veteran players and young blood for the roster. So far they have scored three goals and haven't allowed any.
This is the confirmed Panama’s lineup for this game: Luis Mejia, Michael Amir Murillo, Fidel Escobar, Andrés Andrade, Eric Davis; Anibal Godoy; José Luis Rodríguez, Adalberto Carrasquilla, Edgar Barcenas, Alberto Quintero; Rolando Blackburn.
Mexico confirmed lineup
After winning the first two games of this round, the Mexicans aim to continue correcting mistakes within the squad. The game against Jamaica was difficult to assimilate from the first minute. They scored the first goal of the game, but a few minutes later the visitors tied the game due to an error by the Mexican defense.
Gerardo Martino, Mexico’s head coach, is a man who likes his teams to play in an orderly manner. That is the reason why Mexico is playing "slow" but they end up winning the games. The only bad news for them is Alexis Vegas, he will not be available for this game against Panama.
This is the Mexico’s lineup for this game: Guillermo Ochoa; Nestor Araujo, Jseús Gallardo, Cesar Montes, Jorge Sánchez; Luis Romo, Jonathan Dos Santos, Carlos Rodríguez; Orbelín Pineda, Jesús Corona, Rogelio Funes Mori.