The CONCACAF Gold Cup continues with Group A gearing up for matchday 2. A last-minute change due to a COVID outbreak in the Curacao team forced them to withdraw from the tournament, so Guatemala was called in to take their place in Group A. Mexico will face off against Guatemala at 9:30 p.m. on FS1 hoping to recover from a draw against Trinidad & Tobago.
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Mexico entered the tournament as favorites, but they couldn’t break a 0-0 tie against Trinidad & Tobago despite having 30 shots. El Tri will need to be better off against a Guatemala unit that’ll only improve as it spends more time together. A draw here could signal trouble for Mexico.
Guatemala was hurried in to the Cup to replace Curacao, but surprisingly held its own against El Salvador. The Guatemalans conceded two late goals in the loss, but can provide similar problems for Mexico. The underdogs have nothing to lose in this contest and can play without pressure.