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Mexico will look to book a spot at the Qatar 2022 World Cup on the road against rock-bottom Honduras this weekend in a CONCACAF third-round qualification encounter at Estadio Olimpico Metropolitano in San Pedro Sula.
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El Tri lie third heading into the penultimate round of fixtures, but will hope for a slam dunk against a side that has only managed to pick up four points throughout this phase.
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Veteran coach Hernan Darío Gomez has taken three different nations to the World Cup across his career, but he will not be adding a fourth following Los Catrachos’ frustrations across this phase.
Honduras instead will continue an absence from the tournament that stretches back eight years now, having last competed at Brazil 2014, finishing bottom of Group E.
Predicted Honduras starting XI: L. Lopez; Decas, Maldonado, Vargas, Nunez; E. Rodriguez, Arriaga, A. Lopez, Rosales; Quioto, Tejeda.
In the final tournament before taking up joint-host duties with the United States and Canada, El Tri are looking to keep their impressive run intact, having last missed the World Cup in 1990 when they were banned.
Mexico certainly will arrive as favourites, but Gerardo Martino will know that there is a job to be done before any celebrations can even be considered, with a safe spot still not secured.
Predicted Mexico starting XI: Ochoa; Arteaga, Montes, Moreno, J. Araujo; Herrera, Lainez, Gutierrez; Lozano, Jimenez, Vega.
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