The last time these two teams clashed was in July 2021, with Mexico prevailing 4-0.
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Mexico will play Nigeria in an international friendly on Saturday. AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas will host the contest.
On fuboTV, you can watch Mexico versus Nigeria (free 7-day trial)
The last time these two teams faced was in July 2021, when Mexico won 4-0. Nigeria has failed to win in five matches, with Mexico winning two and drawing three.
Ahead of the game, GOAL has the details of how to watch on TV, stream online, team news and more.
|Games||Mexico vs Nigeria|
|Date||May 28, 2022|
|Times||8:00 pm ET, 5:00 pm PT|
|Stream||fubo TV (try for free)|
TV channel, live stream & how to watch
In the United States (US), international friendlies can be watched live and on-demand with fuboTV (try for free).
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|U.S. TV channel||Online stream|
|TUDN||fubo TV (try for free)|
Team news & rosters
|Goalkeepers||Ochoa, Talavera, Cota, Acevedo|
|Defenders||Moreno, Gallardo, N. Araujo, Montes, Sanchez, Domínguez, Arteaga, Aguirre, Angulo, K. Álvarez, Vasquez, J. Araujo, Reyes|
|Midfielders||Guardado, Herrera, E. Alvarez, Pineda, Gutierrez, Antuna, Alvarado, Romo, Lainez, Córdova, Beltrán, Lira, Sánchez, Chávez|
|Forwards||Jimenez, Corona, Pizarro, Martin, Vega, Gimenez, Flores|
Mexico’s most recent friendly was against Guatemala, with the two sides drawing 0-0. The team is playing a series of friendlies to gear up for CONCACAF Nations League matches in mid-June.
Mexico is the top ranked team in CONCACAF and the ninth-ranked team overall in FIFA’s rankings. It will compete in its eighth consecutive World Cup this fall. In the last seven, the team has made it to the Round of 16 and then lost.
Predicted Mexico starting XI: Álvarez, Reyes, Angulo, Aguirre, Sánchez, Chávez, Córdova, Zendejas, Giménez, Alvarado; Lopez
|Goalkeepers||Okoye, Adeyinka, Olorunleke, Adeleye|
|Defenders||Aina, Sanusi, Troost-Ekong, Balogun, Ajayi, Bassey, Awaziem, Abdullahi, Ali, Buhari|
|Midfielders||Etebo, Aribo, Iwobi, Madu, Babatunde, Okechukwu, Tijani, Yusuf|
|Forwards||Musa, Chukwueze, Lookman, Simon, Sadiq, Dennis, Dessers, Mbaoma, Rafiu|
This is the first of two friendlies for Nigeria, as it will play Ecuador on June 2. The team is warming up for the African Cup of Nations qualifying stage, which begins June 9. The team is set to take on Sierra Leone on that day.
For the first time since 2006, Nigeria failed to qualify for the World Cup, as loss to Ghana on away goals in the third round of CAF qualifying ended the team’s chances.
Nigeria hasn’t won a match since January, when it defeated Guinea-Bissau 2-0 in the AFCON group stage. It then lost in the Round of 16 to Tunisia.
Predicted Nigeria starting XI: Aina, Troost-Ekong, Balogun, Bassey, Etebo, Dennis, Onyeka, Aribo, Lookman, Osimhen
Last five results
|Mexico results||Nigeria results|
|Mexico 0-0 Guatemala (Apr 27)||Nigeria 1-1 Ghana (Mar 29)|
|Mexico 2-0 El Salvador (Mar 30)||Ghana 0-0 Nigeria (Mar 25)|
|Honduras 0-1 Mexico (Mar 27)||Nigeria 0-1 Tunisia (Jan 23)|
|Mexico 0-0 United States (Mar 24)||Guinea-Bissau 0-2 Nigeria (Jan 19)|
|Mexico 1-0 Panama (Feb 2)||Nigeria 3-1 Sudan (Jan 15)|
|7/3/2021||Mexico 4-0 Nigeria|
|3/5/2014||Mexico 0-0 Nigeria|
|5/31/2013||Mexico 2-2 Nigeria|
|10/14/2007||Mexico 2-2 Nigeria|
|1/13/1995||Mexico 1 (5)-(4) 1 Nigeria|