Mexico will be facing Canada in the qualifying games of the 2018 World Cup. The match will be held in Vancouver and Mexico will be keen to get all three points.
This will be an opportunity to assess the team assemble by the new Mexico coach, Juan Carlos Osorio, who was appointed in October. After a couple of friendly games, this will be the real test for Mexico and fans in the country will want to know whether the team has improved or not.
It is believed that Mexico will play their traditional 4-3-3 formation with Hernandez, Fabian and Corona in a three-man forward line. The important thing here is how the coach will keep the balance between attack and defense, and this is what we will be looking at in the game against Canada.