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Mexico vs Japan: TV channel, dwell stream, staff information and preview

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The men’s play-off for third place will take place on Friday, with El Tri chasing medals for the first time since 2012

Mexico has one last chance to win a medal at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics if it comes down to it Japan in the bronze medal game at Saitama Stadium.

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El Tri has not won a medal since 2012 when they beat Brazil in the final to win gold, but this time lost to the same opponent in the semifinals.

Before the game, gate has the details of how to watch the men’s olympic soccer tournament on TV, how to stream online, team news and more.

TV channel, live stream and how to watch it

In the USA, this year’s Olympic soccer games can be followed live and on demand with fuboTV.

New users can sign up for a free seven-day trial of the live sports streaming service, accessible through iOS, Android, Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV, Roku, and Apple TV, as well as a web browser.

Team news and squad

positionMexico squad
goalkeeper Ochoa, Jurado, Malaga
defender Erick Aguirre, Montes, Vasquez, Angulo, Sanchez, Lorona, Mora
midfield player Romo, Rodriguez, Esquivel, Cordova, Beltran
Forward Martin, Lainez, Vega, Antuna, Eduardo Aguirre, Angulo, Alvarado

Mexico hopes to leave a disappointing summer football behind with a medal at the Olympics.

The senior squad ultimately lagged behind at the Gold Cup, losing to the USMNT in the final, so the country’s hopes are that Jaime Lozano will beat Japan.

Captain Guillermo Ochoa convinced in the semi-final against Brazil, without conceding a goal for 120 minutes, but couldn’t stop a penalty in the shoot-out.

Estimated starting XI from Mexico: Ochoa; Lorona, Montes, Angulo, Sanchez; Romo, Esquivel, Cordova; Antuna, Martin, Vega.

positionJapan squad
goalkeeper Osako, Tani, Suzuki
defender Sakai, Nakayama, Itakura, Yoshida, Hatate, Tomiyasu, Hashioka, Machida, Seko
midfield player Endo, Kubo, Miyoshi, Doan, Mitoma, Soma, Tanaka
Forward Maeda, Ueda, Hayashi

Japan has not won an Olympic medal in men’s football since 1968 after finishing fourth in the London 2012 Olympics.

They are hoping to improve during this break, with Real Madrid’s Takefusa Kubo being expected a lot.

Veteran defender and captain Maya Yoshida is competing in her third Olympic Games and hoping for her first medal at the tournament.

Expected starting XI for Japan: Tani; Sakai, Itakura, Yoshida, Hatate; Endo, Tanaka; Doan, Kubo, Mitoma; Ueda.

Current Results

Mexico resultsJapan results
Mexico 0-0 (1-4 balls) Brazil (August 3)Japan 0-1 Spain (August 3)
South Korea 3-6 Mexico (July 31)Japan 0-0 (4-2 pens) New Zealand (July 31)
South Africa 0-3 Mexico (July 28)France 0-4 Japan (July 28)
Japan 2-1 Mexico (July 25)Japan 2-1 Mexico (July 25)


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