The USMNT will face Mexico at the Empower Field at Mile High to conquer the 2021 Concacaf Nations League Finals. The winner will reclaim their spot as the current best team of the region. Find out here the probable lineups for this thrilling match. 

Mexico has the lead in the head to head. El Tricolor has won 36 times against USA, tied 19 times and has only 15 losses. And they also have more victories when a trophy is at stake: 6-1 in decisive matches. Actually, the United States last win against the Mexicans was in an international friendly in 2018.

Both teams had tight games in the semifinals. While the United States won by scoring a late goal against Honduras, Mexico had to beat Costa Rica 5-4 in the penalties. These bitter rivals are ready to bring it all on the pitch. 

USMNT’s probable lineup for the match 

Sergiño Dest of United States (right) (Getty).

For this game, it is likely that USMNT’s coach Gregg Berhalter won't make many changes from the previous lineup. Although, the coach could think about keeping some players fresh for the rest of the window. 

Now, against Mexico and with a title in the game, the USMNT will bring up their best men. The probable lineup would be: Steffen; Robinson, Brooks, McKenzie, Dest; Adams, Mckennie, Musah ; Pulisic, Siebatcheu and Reyna.

Mexico’s probable lineup for the match 

Will Mexico be the 2021 Concacaf Nations League Champions? (Getty).

On the other hand, Mexico have three main absentees for this final fixture because of the injuries of Fernando Navarro and Osvaldo Rodriguez. Their absence adds to the one of Raul Jimenez, who continues his long recovery from suffering a fractured skull in November.

Now, Mexico will also put their best eleven on the field. Gerardo Martino’s probable lineup would be: Ochoa; Araujo, Álvarez, Moreno; Antuna, Herrera, Guardado, Artega; Lainez, Martín y Lozano.