Gold cup

Mexico will soon begin its journey to the 2021 Gold Cup to set off for a back-to-back championship. Check out El Tri’s schedule at the Concacaf flagship tournament here.

Hirving Lozano hopes to lead Mexico to a second consecutive Gold Cup title.  (Getty)SoccerHirving Lozano hopes to lead Mexico to a second consecutive Gold Cup title. (Getty)

The Gold Cup 2021 is about to start and the football community is waiting for a treat. Mexico come to the tournament as favorites to secure their second straight title after being crowned two years ago and this is where we will take a look their schedule for the group stage.

El Tri is also in Group A Trinidad and Tobago, Guatemala, and The saviour. Needless to say, they are expected to rule this zone even though they might find a tricky opponent in La Selecta Gerardo MartinoThe squad seems to be the strongest in the region.

Mexico will be in its group stage games. deliver Texas and they hope to get results to start their campaign on the right foot. With her debut just around the corner, let’s take a look at her upcoming Gold Cup affairs for 2021.

Mexico vs. Trinidad and Tobago – July 10th

Mexico begins its Gold Cup tournament against Trinidad and Tobago on 2021 Saturday, July 10th, 10:00 p.m. ET at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. The Socca Warriors have made this stage through the preliminary round so they have two competitive games under their belt, but El Tri should get off to a good start.

Mexico vs. Guatemala – July 14th

Just a few days after the campaign began, Mexico will be back in action Guatemala on Wednesday, July 14th at 9:30 p.m. ET at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas, Texas. Guatemala could be a challenger to either qualifying spot, but they are replacing Curaçao, which suffered a Covid outbreak that excluded them from the tournament. Hence, Los Chapines have to prove whether they can do a good job in the competition.

Mexico vs. El Salvador – July 18

Gerardo Martino’s men will finish the group stage against El Salvador on Sunday, July 18, at 10 p.m. (ET) back at Cotton Bowl. Unless they get an unexpected surprise, El Tri should reach this game with a quarter-final seat already booked, although it could be a crucial game in La Selecta’s endeavors.