The Mexico vs. Honduras live stream online and TV info indicates an early evening matchup as these two teams continue their World Cup Qualifying runs. This 2015 CONCACAF game will bring a Mexico team fresh off a 3-0 shutout win several days ago, against a Honduras team attempting to bounce back from a 1-0 loss. Despite Team Mexico’s early success, their manager is looking to switch things up in the lineup as the 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifying games continue live online and on TV Tuesday.
The FIFA.com website reported on Nov. 16 that the two teams will meet at San Pedro Sula for a Group A matchup on Tuesday. Honduras is hungry for a win after falling 1-0 to Canada in Vancouver, while Mexico is coming off a nice 3-0 shutout over El Salvador several days ago. Their new coach Juan Carlos Osorio has stated “We can tell only as much as we saw from a game in which we controlled and dominated. I’m happy with the number of goals we scored, but we had many chances to score more. We were consistent against El Salvador, but we lacked efficiency.”
With that in mind, it’s expected he’ll shake up the lineup for this next matchup. During this past week, the formations went from a 4-4-2 to a 4-3-3 showing the manager’s testing of a different strategy on the field. He’s got talented players such as Carlos Vela and Javier “Chicharito” Hernandez to work with, so it should make for an interesting new look as their team takes the field. In the 3-0 victory, Vela was among one of those who scored. He was joined by teammates Andres Guarded and Hector Herrera to bring the trio of goals.
Honduras, which qualified for the 2014 FIFA World Cup, fell to Canada 1-0, and now finds themselves in a game they seem to be well outmatched in. Odds makers first listed Honduras as an large underdog at +478, but they have moved to about +330 or +350. Team Mexico started at -178 and is now priced around -110 to -115. The over/under goals total for this game is two goals at several books, which may be worth looking into as Mexico could run up the score on a weaker opponent.
Tuesday’s Mexico vs. Honduras World Cup Qualifying game will begin for U.S. viewers at 4 p.m. Eastern Time. For live television coverage, check local listings from your provider for the BeIN Sports channel, which has been televising all of the qualifying matches. BeIN Sports also offers live streaming online feeds for the various soccer games through their mobile apps or website. There is also live stream feed commentary updated during games on the FIFA website for all qualifying games for fans to follow.