Can Mexico banish the ghost of defeat or will Saudi Arabia find fortune again? 16:28 'Chicharito would’ve had a hat trick': Mexico fans FUME at the decision not to call up Javier Hernandez Mexico have failed to score a single goal so far this tournament and fans believe a certain 'little pea' would have bolstered their chances in front of goal. Supporters of El Tri took to social media following defeat to Argentina to blast head coach Tata Martino for not calling Javier Martinez up to the squad. It was Chicharito himself who scored Mexico's last World Cup goal back in 2018 against South Korea.
With the odds already stacked against El Tri to make it out of the group, could this have an even bigger impact? 15:23 Mexico is in TROUBLE With everything on the line, former USA international Edu warned that the final matchday of Group C will be tough for El Tri. 'Mexico is in trouble, ' he said on FOX Sports. 'I think this is going to be a tough match for them. They haven't scored a goal in the tournament thus far. ' For more click BELOW. 15:17 Group C standings It's do or die for Mexico if they want to have any hope of making it out of the group...
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16:34 The stage for tonight's theatrics Mexico will return to the site of their devastating 2-0 defeat to Argentina as they face Saudi Arabia at the Lusail Iconic Stadium. The Lusail Stadium is 20km north of capital city Doha and has a capacity of 88, 966, making it the biggest stadium in Qatar. The Lusail Stadium is also ironically the site of Saudi Arabia's shock upset over Argentina. It will play host to five more matches throughout the tournament, including the final on December 18.
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Saudi Arabia vs Mexico - World Cup 2022: Live score and updates17:52 Saudi Arabia Starting XI 17:49 Herve Renard leads his team into battle: Saudi Arabia has arrived at the Lusail Stadium 17:35 Mexico in green, Saudi Arabia in white While the crowd will be a sea of green, it will be the Mexicans who will don the color with Saudi Arabia wearing its white home strip. 17:16 Reigning champions France BEATEN in Group D game In the other Group D game, 2018 champions France were shockingly beaten by Tunisia - their first loss of the tournament.
Alvarez responded furiously to footage showing Messi seemingly kicking out at a stray Mexican jersey on the floor as they celebrated in the dressing room after their 2-0 victory. But Andres Guardado has leapt to the defence of Messi after he was threatened by the boxing champion, saying the row was 'silly'. 15:39 Saudi Arabia Team News Saudi Arabia will once again be without Yasser Al-Shahrani who flew home after undergoing successful emergency surgery on his jaw. The defender is said to have suffered a fractured jaw, broken facial bones and internal bleeding following a sickening collision with his own goalkeeper Mohammed Al-Owais in the Saudis' famous giant-slaying of Argentina.
Midfielders: Salman Al-Faraj, Riyadh Sharahili, Ali Al-Hassan, Mohamed Kanno, Abdulelah Al-Malki, Sami Al-Najei, Abdullah Otayf, Nasser Al-Dawsari, Abdulrahman Al-Aboud, Salem Al-Dawsari, Hattan Bahebri. Forwards: Nawaf Al-Abed, Haitham Asiri, Saleh Al-Shehri, Firas Al-Buraikan. Yasser Al-Shahrani suffered a fractured jaw after colliding with his goalkeeper Mohammed Al-Owais 15:35 Mexico Team News With everything on the line, Mexico cannot afford to name a weakened side for their final group game as they currently sit bottom of Group C. Tata Martino could look to make changes up front after Hirving Lozano and Alexis Vega failed to have much impact in the defeat to Argentina but whether Raul Jimenez can be trusted to start amid his recent fitness issues remains to be seen. Andres Guardado, who became the sixth men's player to feature at five World Cups, was substituted with an injury in the first half against Argentina.
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Herve Renard expected to name a similar starting XI to those that played the Argentina and Poland games. But there will definitely be a change in midfield as Abdulelah Al-Malki is suspended after picking up two yellow cards. Nawaf Al-Abed is the most likely deputy should Herve go for a similar profile, though Riyad Sharahili would provide a more defensive skillset. Saudi Arabia squad Goalkeepers: Mohamed Al-Owais, Nawaf Al-Aqidi, Mohamed Al-Yami. Defenders: Yasser Al-Shahrani, Ali Al-Bulaihi, Abdulelah Al-Amri, Abdullah Madu, Hassan Tambakti, Sultan Al-Ghanam, Mohammed Al-Breik, Saud Abdulhamid.
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The captain explained he suffered a 'knock' during the game that forced the early substitution, but assured his availability against Saudi Arabia. 'Physically I'm good. Unfortunately, I had a knock there against Argentina that wouldn't let me continue, but I'm doing very well and I'm available for Tata [Martino] tomorrow, said the midfielder on Tuesday. Mexico squad Goalkeepers: Guillermo Ochoa, Alfredo Talavera, Rodolfo Cota Defenders: Hector Moreno, Jesus Gallardo, Nestor Araujo, Cesar Montes, Jorge Sanchez, Gerardo Arteaga, Kevin Alvarez, Johan Vasquez Midfielders: Andres Guardado, Hector Herrera, Edson Alvarez, Orbelin Pineda, Uriel Antuna, Erick Gutierrez, Carlos Rodriguez, Roberto Alvarado, Luis Romo, Alexis Vega, Luis Chavez Forwards: Raul Jimenez, Hirving Lozano Henry Martin, Rogelio Funes Mori 15:27 Practically a home game for Saudi Arabia A reported 60, 000 Saudi Arabia supporters have crossed the border for the crunch clash, leaving the Mexicans undoubtedly outnumbered.
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