Mexico face El Salvador in San Diego, CA for the 2017 Gold Cup on Sunday, July 9. Here’s all the info you need to watch.
After two days of group stage action, the 2017 Gold Cup is in full swing. Now the Group C action gets ready to take the stage on Sunday, July 9 from San Diego, CA. And in the nightcap from Qualcomm Stadium, one of the favorites in Mexico will take on El Salvador.
Like many teams in the competition, Mexico isn’t fielding their A-squad for this match against El Salvador. With that said, they still have enough talent to win it all. Juan Carlos Osorio’s side has young talent like Orbelin Pineda and many others that should be able to make a strong run at defending their Gold Cup claim.
El Salvador, on the other hand, isn’t the class of side that Mexico are. However, they’ve proven in CONCACAF competitions to this point to be a nuisance at times. That’s what they’ll look to do against one of the favorites on Sunday.
This Gold Cup group stage match between Mexico and El Salvador can be seen on FS1. That means there are a couple of ways to stream the action online. First, you can catch the action on Fox Sports Go, which requires a cable or satellite subscription to log in. Fubo.TV is another option, which takes a paid subscription to access.
Details for Sunday’s match are below:
Mexico is one of the favorites at the 2017 Gold Cup and should be able to get a victory here. However, we’ve already seen some shocking results. So maybe El Salvador can pull off the upset on Sunday.