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How to Watch Live Mexico vs. Honduras International Friendly with fuboTV

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How to Watch Live Mexico vs. Honduras
Coach Gerardo Martino hopes to get Mexico to rebound against Honduras after the Nations League Final. MAURICE VAN STEEN/EPA

Mexico were unable to keep the United States at bay in the first CONCACAF Nations League final, but the stakes will be far lower when they face Honduras in a friendly on Saturday. Latin American rivals return to action at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta this weekend, each targeting a positive response following their failure to win Nations League silverware.

What TV Channel is Mexico-Honduras on?

TUDN will call the action when Mexico look to move past their Nations League disappointment with a friendly outing against Honduras, kicking off at 7:30 p.m. ET on Saturday. You can live stream international soccer matches on fuboTV.

How to Watch Mexico vs. Honduras

When: Saturday, June 12

Where: Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta, Georgia

Time: 7:30 p.m. ET


Live Stream: fuboTV (watch for free)

Still sore from their wounding loss at Denver’s Mile High Stadium, Mexico will be eager to lift their spirits with a win over Honduras, having won four of the last seven encounters between the two teams. But there’s a risk confidence will be dented following their extra-time defeat to the United States, which was all the more damaging after Andres Guardado saw a spot-kick saved in the 124th minute:

It’s possible we’ll see Gerardo Martino rest a raft of first-string stars after such a gruelling result, with one month to go before Mexico begin their 2021 Gold Cup campaign. Even El Tri’s manager allowed emotions to bubble over at Mile High, where he was shown a red card late on for touching the official while he consulted the video assistant referee:

As fate would have it, Mexico’s sole defeat to Honduras over the past seven years happened to fall when they met in October 2017 during qualifying for the 2018 World Cup. Los Catrachos beat Costa Rica on penalties to finish third in the Nations League pecking order, though the fact they conceded twice in regulation time will boost Mexico’s mood:

Honduras will see this as a similar opportunity to elevate their mood ahead of the Gold Cup, with this being their only scheduled friendly prior to opening the group stage against Grenada on July 14. Manager Fabián Coito will get his first taste of facing Mexico after taking over at the Honduras helm in 2019, hoping to capitalize upon El Tri’s recent disappointment by compiling their woes in Atlanta.

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