Saudi Arabia and Mexico will face off in the face of death on Thursday. Both teams need to win this match or they will be eliminated from the tournament.
The situation is even more precarious for El Tri as they also have to hope other outcomes will go their way. Coach Gerardo Martino’s team has yet to win a match in the tournament and has been mediocre against Argentina.
On top of that, Martino will have to look for a replacement for veteran Andres Guardado who was forced out after just 42 minutes against Argentina due to an apparent muscle problem. Raul Jimenez is also up for a call-up and will want to have his 100th memorable game with Mexico.
Hervé Renard will also have to make some changes as Abdelilah El Malki received his second yellow card against Poland. Nawaf Al-Abed can start for Saudi Arabia instead of Al-Maliki.
Ahead of the FIFA World Cup match between Saudi Arabia and Mexico, here’s everything you need to know:
When will the Saudi Arabia-Mexico match take place?
The match between Saudi Arabia and Mexico will be held on the first of December, Thursday.
Where will the match between Saudi Arabia and Mexico be held?
The match between Saudi Arabia and Mexico will be held at Lusail Stadium.
What time will the Saudi Arabia-Mexico match start?
The match between Saudi Arabia and Mexico will start at 12:30 AM IST, on December 1.
What TV channels will broadcast the Saudi Arabia-Mexico match?
The match between Saudi Arabia and Mexico will be broadcast on Sports 18 Network.
How do I watch the live broadcast of the Saudi Arabia-Mexico match?
The match between Saudi Arabia and Mexico will be broadcast live on the Jio Cinema app and website for free.
Saudi Arabia vs Mexico Dream11 Team Prediction
Captain: Saleh Al-Shehri
Vice Captain: Raul Jimenez
Suggested Saudi Arabia XI play against Dream11 Fantasy Team:
Goalkeeper: Mohammed Al Owais
Defense: Mohamed Al-Breik, Jorge Sanchez, Cesar Montes, Hector Moreno
MID: Muhammed Cano, Hector Herrera, Jesus Gallardo
Attackers: Firas Al-Buraikan, Saleh Al-Shehri, Raul Jimenez
Possible starting lineup:
The potential line-up for Saudi Arabia: Muhammad Al-Owais, Muhammad Al-Buraik, Ali Al-Bulayhi, Hassan Timbukti, Saud Abdul-Hamid, Abdullah Al-Maliki, Muhammad Qano, Nawaf Al-Abd, Salem Al-Dosari, Saleh Al. Monthly Firas Al-Braikan
Possible starting lineup for Mexico: Guillermo Ochoa, Jorge Sanchez, Cesar Montes, Hector Moreno, Jesus Gallardo, Kevin Alvarez, Hector Herrera, Luis Chavez, Hirving Lozano, Raul Jimenez, Alexis Vega
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