The national team of Mexico will face its last official commitment this year when it is measured at the Canada team on matchday 8 of the Concacaf qualifier for the Qatar 2022 World Cup.
The engagement will take place in Edmonton, Canada with cold and hostile weather for those led by Gerardo Martino, since the vast majority of Aztec soccer players do not usually play in sub-zero climates and it is that media such as BRAND Claro have confirmed that a climate of down to -7 degrees Celsius is forecast this Tuesday, November 16.
It will be a complicated confrontation for the Aztec team, as they will also have to seek a positive performance and result, after having been defeated by the United States on the previous date and earning the discomfort of the Tricolor fans. In addition, it should be remembered that Mexico is second with 14 points below the United States, which also has 14 points, and above Canada, which has 13 units.
Edmonton is the northernmost city on the American continent. During the winter, it has reached temperatures of -40 degrees, but for the time of the game on Tuesday, November 16, the thermometer is expected to reach -7 degrees Celsius, so it will not be as unfavorable as usual.
However, the match would be played with snow as this Sunday the first snow of the season appeared and a 90% probability of freezing precipitation is contemplated during the match.
The national elements already encountered the low temperatures and that they were not in Canada, because the team of Gerardo Martino had to make some changes to his itinerary due to the presence of rain and snow in Indianapolis, so the Tricolor will have to adapt quickly to the weather conditions that could undoubtedly be an important factor in the development of the game.