Next Wednesday the Mexican team will be playing a crucial match when it measures forces against its similar of South Africa. This meeting will be decisive to know if they access the quarterfinals of the competition or if they end up packing their bags ahead of time. Here we introduce you all the details you should know about the meeting.
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Will be next Wednesday July 28 when those led by coach Jaime Lozano face their African counterpart. The match will start on the dot of 06:30 hours; and at 04:30 in Los Angeles, California time. The court of Sapporo Dome will witness this confrontation, where if any team loses, it would be saying goodbye to the Tokyo Olympics. The Tricolor needs yes or yes the three points to be able to advance to the next round.
On the other hand, the last game of the group phase can be followed through the TUDN and Tv Azteca signal, while online coverage will be available on the https: //www.tudn.mx/ and https: //www.tvazteca.com/aztecadeportes/.
Possible Mexico lineup
Guillermo Ochoa (P);
Jorge Sánchez, César Montes, Jesús Angulo, Erick Aguirre;
Sebastián Córdova, Luis Romo, Carlos Rodríguez, Diego Lainez;
Alexis Vega y Henry Martin.
Possible South Africa lineup
Ronwen Williams (P);
Reeve Flosler, Luke Fleurs, Repo Malepe, Katlego Mohamme;
Teboho Mokoena, Thabo Cele, Nkosinghipile Ngcobo, Kobamelo Kodisang, Luther Singh;
In 90min we know that this will be an extremely difficult match for Tricolor. The South Africans are a strong and energetic team that seems endless in 90 minutes. The pressure from Mexico from the first minutes will be felt, although they will have to be careful with the opponent’s speed. However, the Mexican team will come out ahead and win, not without difficulties, to South Africa to access the quarterfinals of the Tokyo Olympics.
Forecast: Mexico 2-1 South Africa.