Mexico and Germany will go one-on-one at the Lincoln Financial Field in the United States on Wednesday, with kickoff slated for 00:00 GMT.
Mexico have drawn their last two friendly matches against Australia and Uzbekistan. In the clash with Australia, Mexico came from two goals down to draw 2-2. They showed resilience and a fighting spirit as goals from Raul Jimenez from the spot and Cesar Huerta earned a draw.
In the 3-3 draw against Uzbekistan, Mexico conceded at the last minute, allowing Uzbekistan to claim a draw after Mexico had turned it around with quick-fire goals from Jimenez and Antuna.
Mexico will look to fix their defensive solidity and compactness when they host Germany on Wednesday. They will look to retain their cutting edge in the final third, which has resulted in five goals in the last two matches.Bet here
Julian Nagelsmann will get another look at his side when they go one-on-one against Mexico, following on from the clash against the USMNT.
For Germany, there is a need to rebuild their confidence and regain their swagger, and a crunch friendly clash against a good Mexico side is a good way to do this.
Neither side has reported fresh injury issues ahead of Wednesday’s clash.
Germany and Mexico will fight to a draw in regular time.
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