Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, North Carolina, is set to host the exciting weekend matchup between Mexico and Ghana on Saturday in an international soccer friendly. Following El Tri’s CONCACAF Gold Cup title back in July, the team has drawn its last two matches in a row, both of which were friendlies. The first was a 2-2 finish against Australia on Sep. 9 at AT&T Stadium. El Tri went down 2-0 to the Socceroos before Raúl Jiménez put away a penalty kick to bring the team within one. Cesar Huerta then scored the equalizer in the 83rd minute to seal the draw between the two sides. Mexico then met Uzbekistan at Mercedes-Benz Stadium on Sep. 12, where Jiménez notched a brace and Uriel Antuna added another in the thrilling 3-3 finish in Atlanta.El Tri are preparing for the CONCACAF Nations League quarterfinals next year following their Gold Cup triumph in July. They drew 3-3 against Uzbekistan in their last game. Mexico looked set to be headed towards victory following late goals from Raul Jimenez and Uriel Antuna before Ghana scored a late leveler.
Mexico vs Ghana Head-to-Head and Key Numbers
- There have been three meetings between the two teams, with Mexico going unbeaten.
- The two sides last faced off in a friendly at the NRG Stadium in 2017, which El Tri won 1-0 via a second-half strike from Elias Hernandez.
- Ghana are without a clean sheet in three games in the fixture.
- Mexico’s last meeting against African opposition came in June, drawing 2-2 with Cameroon in a friendly.
- Ghana’s last meeting against CONCACAF opposition came in September last year when they beat Nicaragua 1-0 in a friendly.
- El Tri are 12th in the FIFA rankings and are 48 places above Ghana.
Mexico vs Ghana Prediction
Mexico are on a run of back-to-back draws and are unbeaten in five games. They have lost just one game under manager Jaime Lozano.
Ghana, meanwhile, are on a run of back-to-back wins and unbeaten in five outings. They have, however, struggled on the road recently, so they could see defeat.
Prediction: Mexico 2-1 Ghana
Mexico vs Ghana Betting Tips
Tip 1 – Result: Mexico
Tip 2 – Goals – Over/under 2.5 – Over 2.5 goals (Three of Mexico’s last four games have produced more than 2.5 goals.)
Tip 3 – Both teams to score: Yes (Both teams have scored in three of Ghana’s last four games.)
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Game Date: Oct. 14, 2023
Game Time: 8:30 p.m. ET
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Meanwhile, Ghana’s most recent match was a 3-1 finish over Liberia on Sep. 12 at Ohene Djan Sports Stadium. Following a scoreless first half, Ernest Nuamah put Ghana up 1-0 in the 52nd minute of the match. Seven minutes later Mohammed Kudus doubled the lead for the team before Jordan Ayew made it 3-0 in the 82nd minute.