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MEX vs ELS Dream11 Team Prediction Tips for Mexico vs El Salvador Gold Cup Live Score 19 July

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MEX vs ELS Dream11 Prediction: Mexico and El Salvador will trade tackles at the Cotton Bowl on Sunday, with three points on the line in the final matchday of the CONCACAF Gold Cup group stage. It is a direct knockout game for top spot in Group A. El Salvador currently lead the way with maximum points picked up from two games, while Mexico are two points and one place below.

MEX vs ELS Dream11 Prediction

A comfortable 0-3 triumph for Mexico over Guatemala leaves them in a strong position heading into the final round of matches in Group A after being held to a draw by Trinidad and Tobago in their first game. Victory here against El Salvador would see Mexico leapfrog them in the table and enter the knockout stage as Group A winners. However, that won’t be easy against a side who currently boasts a perfect record of two wins from two games with defence that is yet to have conceded a goal in the tournament. Whilst a draw would be enough to send Mexico through, a substantial defeat could see them knocked out and therefore they aren’t expected to commit large numbers of bodies forward and risk being hit on the counter attack by this El Salvador side.

Date: 19 July, Monday
Time: 7:30 AM (IST)
Venue: Cotton Bowl, Dallas

Mexico vs El Salvador Live, Gold Cup

Where to watch Mexico vs El Salvador Live Score and Live Stream? No live streaming in India.

Recent form:

Mexico – W-D-W-W-D
El Salvador – W-W-L-L-D

Head-to-head (last five meetings)

Mexico Wins- 05
Draws– 00
El Salvador Wins– 00 

Mexico News

Injury Report and Unavailability: Mexico have not suffered any other injuries since Hirving Lozano was ruled out of the competition following a serious head injury in their tournament opener.

Expected changes and Strategy: The Mexican side will field its best eleven to pick up all three points in this clash.

Mexico Starting XI (Likely)

Alfredo Talavera
Luis Rodriguez
Carlos Salcedo
Hector Moreno
Jesus Gallardo
Edson Alvarez
Hector Herrera
Erick Gutierrez
Jesus Corona
Rogelio Funes Mori
Alan Pulido

El Salvador News

Injury Report and Unavailability: Defender Romulo Villalobos was initially included in El Salvador’s Gold Cup squad but pulled out due to injury.

Expected changes and Strategy: El Salvador are unlikely to make drastic changes to their team against Mexico.

El Salvador Starting XI

Mario Gonzalez
Alexander Larin
Ronald Gomez
Eriq Zavaleta
Bryan Tamacas
Jairo Henriquez
Narciso Orellana
Darwin Ceren
Josh Perez
Marvin Monterrosa
Joaquin Rivas

Captain Options

Rogelio Funes Mori: Mori has 2 goals and a total of 9 shots on goals. This results in a goal conversion rate of 32.48%. He had a total of 4 big chances. He has a total of 1 assist, 8 key passes and he created a total of 5 chances.

Alex Roldan: Roldan has 1 goals and a total of 7 shots on goals. This results in a goal conversion rate of 28.94%. He had a total of 4 big chances. He has a total of 1 assist, 4 key passes and he created a total of 5 chances.

X-factors, differential picks

Joaquin Rivas: Rivas has 1 goal and a total of 9 shots on goals. This results in a goal conversion rate of 23.62%. He had a total of 2 big chances. He has a total of 1 assists, 3 key passes and he created a total of 3 chances.

MEX vs ELS Dream11 Team

Goalkeeper: Gonzalez
Defenders: Larin, Salcedo, Gallardo, Tamacas
Midfielders: Herrera, Pineda, Monterrosa, Roldan
Attackers: Funes-Mori, Rivas

Who will win?

Mexico have not lost to El Salvador in over a dozen years, and given that they need a result to assure their spot in the next round, they should be at their very best, knowing that they could also finish first with a victory. El Salvador have put together two very impressive matches so far, but the Mexicans should have an answer for anything they try to throw at them. In our MEX vs ELS Today Match Prediction odds, we back for a 2-1 win for El Salvador in this match.

Jeet Ghosh

Jeet Ghosh is a Football Journalist, living and working in Kolkata with years of experience. He is a Post Graduate in Journalism and Mass Communication from Jadavpur University. Jeet is a sports lover but has a special liking for football. He has worked as a football writer with The Citizen, Sportsflashes, Sportskeeda. He follows the football leagues around the world and is somewhat partial towards Real Madrid.