On Wednesday night, Mexico will play Panama in an international friendly match.
The Mexicans are having a poor run of form, having lost their last three games after failing to beat their opponents for 90 minutes.
The tone in the Mexico camp has been gloomy recently, following the El Tri’s heartbreaking extra-time loss to the United States in the CONCACAF Nations League.
Panama, on the other hand, hasn’t lost in seven games in a row. In the games that they have played in 2021, they have a record of five victories and two draws.
Panama takes on Mexico. Head-to-Head
So far, Mexico and Panama have faced off in 16 matches. Ten of the games were won by Mexico, with four games ending in a tie. Only two games were won by Panama.
Mexico won 1-0 against Panama in their previous game. In the 53rd minute, Hirving Lozano scored the game-winning goal for the Mexicans.
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Team News for Mexico vs. Panama
Mexico’s pre-CONCACAF Gold Cup group includes as many as 44 players, according to manager Gerard Martino. Mexico has no injury concerns heading into Wednesday’s encounter, with the exception of Andres Guardado.
As a result, against Panama, fans may expect a full-strength starting XI.
Andres Guardado has been injured.
None of them are certain.
No one has been suspended.
Due to an injury in his left leg, @AGuardado18 will not be in the roster for our upcoming matches against 🇵🇦 and 🇳🇬, as well as the Gold Cup.@Erick29810 will take his place.⚽️🇲🇽#PasiónyOrgullo | #FMFporNuestroFútbol pic.twitter.com/0v0HDZtU0e— Mexican National Team (@miseleccionmxEN) June 30, 2021