The US women’s national team play Mexico one more time today, July 5, at the Pratt & Whitney Stadium in East Hartford for the Send Off Series 2021 before heading off to the Summer Olympics in Tokyo 2020. Here, find out what you need to know about this friendly soccer match such as the preview, information, storylines, predictions, odds and how to watch it in the US.
These two teams just met this past Thursday, with the USWNT beating Mexico 4-0 with goals by Samantha Mewis, Tobin Heath and Christen Press, who made a brace. Mexico stood tall the first 20 minutes, but Mewis found a way to the net and everything went down for the Monica Vergara’s girls.
While the USWNT is preparing to compete at the Olympics, they open against Sweden on July 21; Mexico is still in a transition stage after Vergara assumed the head of the team earlier this year. Of course, El Tri femenil will try to improve Thursday’s image.
USWNT vs Mexico: Match Information
Date: Monday, July 5, 2021.
Time: 05:00 PM (ET).
Location: Pratt & Whitney Stadium, East Hartford, Connecticut.
USWNT vs Mexico: Time by State in the US
ET: 05:00 PM
CT: 04:00 PM
MT: 03:00 PM
PT: 02:00 PM
USWNT vs Mexico: Storylines
This will be the 41st encounter between the USA and Mexico. The USWNT has the advantage with 38 victories, one draw and only one loss against El Tri femenil. Also, they have won their last 14 matches with Mexico.
The only loss of the United States against Mexico came in the World Cup Qualifying in 2010. Mexico won 2-1, but that’s the last time that the US has lost against Concacaf. They have an impressive 52 games streak without knowing defeat against Concacaf teams.
The last time that Mexico and the US met in an official setting, was in the Concacaf Olympics Qualifying Tournament, when the USA won 4-0. The USA also has a 43-game unbeaten run, and with a win they would break their own record. Their first 43-game unbeaten streak took place from 2012 to 2014.
How to watch or live stream USWNT vs Mexico in the US
The game between USWNT and Mexico, to be played this Monday, July 5, will be broadcasted in the US by TUDN.com, TUDN App, ESPN.
USWNT vs Mexico: Odds and predictions
Bookmakers haven’t made any predictions for this match yet. However, the USWNT are favorites, as they just came from winning Mexico 4-0 and have a 43-game streak unbeaten that they will try to expand before the Olympics.