Argentina vs Mexico World Cup 2022, Team News, predicted Lineup


The Lionel Messi-led Argentina will try and part out Mexico which will be deemed because the first World Cup very last for the South American giants. Following their surprise defeat on the palms of Saudi Arabia withinside the first match.

Argentina vs Mexico World Cup 2022

Mexico, who drew zero-zero with Poland of their first sport, are seeking to hold an wonderful file that has visible them attain the knockout segment of the World Cup at each match considering 1994.

Argentina are undefeated of their remaining 10 suits in opposition to Mexico and Lionel Scaloni`s aspect are already beneathneath stress to win on Saturday after their surprise defeat to Saudi Arabia of their 2022 World Cup opener.

Tata Martinos aspect, meanwhile, held Poland to a draw of their establishing sport and will do with 3 factors themselves if theyre going to retain their long-going for walks lifestyle of creating it into the remaining-16.

Match Info

  • Competition: World Cup 2022
  • Round: 2
  • Stadium: Lusail
  • Temp: 25°C
  • Group: C
  • Match: 24

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Team News

While Argentina’s talisman Lionel Messi trained away from the rest of his teammates on Thursday, the 35-year-old playmaker is expected to play from the start this weekend, thus sparing Lionel Scaloni a serious selection headache.

The Albiceleste captain’s left leg is his main source of concern, but it seems unlikely that Papu Gomez will be asked to deputise on Saturday. Therefore, Messi should headline an attacking trident also featuring Lautaro Martinez and Angel Di Maria.

Having started on the bench in the loss to Saudi Arabia following a fitness issue, Lisandro Martinez could come in for either Cristian Romero or Nicolas Otamendi as part of Scaloni’s back four. Gonzalo Montiel, Enzo Fernandez and Alexis Mac Allister are also in contention.

Meanwhile, forwards Angel Correa and Paulo Dybala – the latter only just back from injury – are among several squad members hoping to play their first minutes of the finals.

Another striker recently returned to fitness, Mexico’s Raul Jimenez, will aim for promotion to the starting XI. The Wolverhampton Wanderers star made his first appearance for almost three months in El Tri’s final friendly and featured from the bench on Tuesday.

Tata Martino may instead turn to Henry Martin again, though, with Hirving Lozano and Alexis Vega offering support from the flanks.

Pachuca’s Luis Chavez – who played no part in the CONCACAF qualifiers but worked his way into the team during recent friendlies – could continue on the left side of a midfield trio in Martino’s 4-3-3 formation, though the vastly experienced Andres Guardado may replace him.

Predicted Lineup

Argentina expected starting lineup: E. Martinez- Montiel, Romero, Li. Martinez- Tagliafico; De Paul, Paredes- Fernandez; Messi, La. Martinez- Di Maria

Mexico expected starting lineup: Ochoa- Sanchez; Montes, Moreno, Gallardo- Herrera, Alvarez, Guardado- Lozano- Martin, Vega