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The United States U-23 team face off against Concacaf rivals in Olympic qualifying group play
The United States U-23 side will square off against Mexico in the Concacaf Olympic qualifiers on Wednesday night at Estadio Jalisco in Guadalajara, Mexico.
Both teams have already clinched a spot in the semifinal after picking up wins against Dominican Republic and Costa Rica in group A competition.
The final group A fixture is is an opportunity for the U.S.
to clinch the top spot in the group.
Mexico is currently on top of group standings on goal difference.
Here’s how you can watch the match and what to know:
Date: Wednesday, March 24 | Time: 9:30 p.m.
Location: Estadio Jalisco — Guadalajara, Mexico
TV: FS1, TUDN | Live stream: fuboTV (try for free)
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United States: The team got off to a rocky start against Costa Rica as they defeated the Ticos by a narrow 1-0 margin.
A slow start against the Dominican Republic, however, gave way to a goal scoring display in the second half and an eventual 4-0 victory.
The two wins mean head coach Jason Kreis and the team have already advanced into the Olympic qualifying semifinal, and the finally group match against Mexico is largely for regional pride.
is 2-0-1 vs.
Mexico at Olympic qualifying since it became an Under-23 competition in 1992.
Mexico: Playing qualifiers at home, head coach Jamie Lozano has Mexico dominating their opposition.
They outscored first two Group A matches 8-1, topping Dominican Republic 4-1 in its opener and Costa Rica 4-0 on Sunday.
After an even first half against Dominican Republic, Sebastian Cordova netted a hat trick in the second to put things out of reach.
Cordova added another against Costa Rica, as the hosts recorded another Olympic qualifying victory and clinched its spot in the semifinals.
A physical battle between the two sides will likely lead to some choppy play and a low scoreline. Pick: United States 1, Mexico 1.
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The American team has been on a roll in qualifying play, beating Costa Rica 1-0 and the Dominican Republic
The club will look to continue its momentum as it
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The United States takes on Mexico Wednesday night in a qualifying match for the 2021 Summer Olympics in Tokyo as the under-23 teams face off at Estadio Jalisco in Guadalajara, Mexico.
The American team has been on a roll in qualifying play, beating Costa Rica 1-0 and the Dominican Republic.
The club will look to continue its momentum as it takes on Mexico, against whom the USA has gone 2-0-1 in qualifying play since 1992.
Wednesday’s match will air on FOX Sports 1 (in English) and TUDN (Spanish broadcast) via your TV provider.
If you don’t have cable, you can watch the game online for free by signing up for a free trial of fuboTV or Sling.
United States vs.
Mexico (CONCACAF Olympic Qualifying)
Start time: 9:30 p.m.
TV channel: FOX Sports 1, TUDN, UniMas (Channel finder: Verizon Fios, AT&T U-verse, Comcast, Xfinity, Spectrum/Charter, Optimum/Altice, DIRECTV, Dish, Hulu, fuboTV, Sling.)
Live stream: FOX Sports GO | Sling | fuboTV – If you have a cable subscription, you can catch the broadcast via FOX Sports GO.
If not, you can sign up for fuboTV or Sling (or use their free trial).
More USMNT coverage via the Associated Press
coach Jason Kreis was dismayed by his team’s scoreless first half against the Dominican Republic in qualifying for the Olympic men’s soccer tournament.
“I felt that we were just way too cautious about the game,” Kreis said.
“We just weren’t getting the job done.
So for me it was mostly about positioning but also about intent and attitude.”
Jackson Yueill redirected Sebastian Salcedo’s cross for the go-ahead goal in the 60th minute to get the offense untracked, and second-half substitute Hassani Dotson added a pair of goals in a 4-0 victory on Sunday night at Guadalajara, Mexico, that advanced the U.S.
to a qualification match on March 28.
Djordje Mihailovic, another second-half sub, had a goal and two assists for the U.S., trying to reach the Olympics for the first time since 2012.
In the second game of the doubleheader, Mexico beat Costa Rica 3-0 on goals by Uriel Antuna, Alexis Vega and Sebastián Córdova.
Mexico leads Group A on goal difference over the U.S.
and meets the Americans on Wednesday to determine matchups in the semifinals against teams from Group B, most likely Honduras and Canada.
Semifinal winners qualify for the Olympics.
“We will want to beat Mexico.
We will want to win this group,” Kreis said.
American players did not generate sufficient attempts in the first half.
“The picture that they were presenting to us was extremely defensive — five players in the back, nobody releasing in wide spaces and both of our fullbacks were extremely hesitant about going forward,” Kreis said.
“So it just didn’t add up or make any sense, We needed to get those players really high.
We needed to be looking for wide combinations.”
Playing two days after his 24th birthday, Yueill scored just after Johnny Cardoso hit the crossbar.
Substitutes were waiting on the sidelines at the time to come in for both Yueill and Cardoso.
Dotson, who replaced Cordoso, scored on a right-foot shot from just inside the penalty area in the 73rd minute off a short pass from Mihailovic, who came in for Salcedo.
Dotson combined with Mihailovic again in the 78th, scoring on a right-foot shot from 8 yards, and Mihailovic scored on a sliding shot from 3 yards in the first minute of stoppage time off a cross from Benji Michel, another second-half sub.
“Hassani is a player that’s coming into his own,” Kreis said.
“He showed up to this camp probably fitter than everybody else.”
Olympic men’s soccer qualifying is limited to players born Jan.
1, 1997, or later, and each team reaching the Olympics can add three wild-card players.
failed to reach the 2012 and 2016 Olympics, a setback that preceded the senior national team’s failure to reach the 2018 World Cup.
The U.S made six changes from the starting lineup in the opening 1-0 win over Costa Rica, when Jesús Ferreira scored in the 35th minute,
JT Marcinkowski started in goal in place of David Ochoa, Julian Araujo at right back for Aaron Herrera and Henry Kessler at central defender for Mauricio Pineda, joining central defender Justen Glad and left back Sam Vines.
Jackson Yueill was in defensive midfield, and Cardoso, Saucedo and Andrés Perea joined Jonathan Lewis in advanced midfield, replacing Dotson, Mihailovic and Michel.
Ferreira again headed the attack, then was replaced by Sebastian Soto at the start of the second half.
The Dominican Republic, coming off an opening 4-1 loss to Mexico, started six teenagers as part of the youngest roster in the tournament.
In contrast to the U.S., the Dominican team did not have player names on their uniforms.
FIFA’s regulations say it is not compulsory for the name of the player to appear on his shirt during qualifying.
“Maybe it’s the lack of experience.
Maybe we were a little bit out of rhythm.
Mentally I think we can do better,” Dominican Republic coach Jonathan Himelfarb said.
“But effort the first 60 minutes I was really proud, and definitely the future is bright for the Dominican Republic Football Association.”
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