Selection list World Cup 2022 Mexico, program and last chances


Mexico is a familiar face at the World Cup, with an impressive record that they hope to continue.

The team, one of the best in America, is coached by Gerardo Martino, whose resume includes a year as manager of FC Barcelona in 2013, finishing second in La Liga and the Copa del Rey, and two years as manager of FC Barcelona. the Argentina national team. squad until 2016.

Since the 59-year-old started with Mexico in 2019, they won the Gold Cup in 2019, but then lost the same tournament and the CONCACAF Nations League final to the US last year.

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Squad World Cup 2022 Mexico

World Cup squads are usually announced about six weeks before the World Cup starts. This year the World Cup will run from November 21 to December 18.

Who are likely to be the star names in the roster?

Raul Jimenez will likely top the starting lineup in Qatar, as a talented striker for Wolverhampton Wanderers.

He has 30 goals in 97 caps for Mexico, with a touch that secured his team qualification in March.

Elsewhere, captain and defensive midfielder Andrés Guardado has 175 caps, as well as a notable club career with players such as PSV and Valencia.

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What are the fixtures of Mexico?

Mexico is in Group C alongside Argentina, Saudi Arabia and Poland.

Nov 22: Mexico vs Poland, Stadium 974, 4 p.m.

Nov 26: Argentina vs Mexico, Lusail Iconic Stadium, 7pm

November 30: Saudi Arabia vs Mexico, Lusail Iconic Stadium, 7pm

View the full list of World Cup matches in 2022.

What is Mexico’s World Cup record?

This will be Mexico’s 17th appearance at the World Cup, a number only Brazil, Germany, Italy and Argentina have surpassed.

Mexico and Brazil are the only two countries to have made it to the group stages of the last seven World Cups, but Mexico has failed to progress beyond the last 16 in each of the last eight World Cups.

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Mexico reached the quarterfinals of the 1970 and 1986 tournaments, finishing sixth.

A standout team in America, Mexico has won 11 confederation titles, including eight CONCACAF Gold Cups and three of its predecessor, the CONCACAF Championships.

Last Chances

Mexico is currently 150/1 to win the 2022 World Cup.

The main contenders…

  • Brazil 9/2
  • France 6/1
  • England 11/2
  • Argentina 7/1

The odds are correct as of September 14.