Mexico vs Guyana Live Stream Football: Watch Online World Cup Qualifiers Soccer (9PM ET)

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By Jim Gardner , Christian Post Contributor
October 12, 2012|8:21 pm
  • Jesus Zavala of Mexico celebrates after scoring a goal against Costa Rica during their World Cup qualifying soccer match at the National Stadium in San Jose September 7, 2012.
    (Photo: Reuters/Juan Carlos Ulate)
    Jesus Zavala of Mexico celebrates after scoring a goal against Costa Rica during their World Cup qualifying soccer match at the National Stadium in San Jose September 7, 2012.

Mexico vs Guyana will take place Friday evening in their World Cup Qualifier match. Mexico play in this game safe in the knowledge that they have already secured their place in next year's hexagonal. The match kicks off at 9 p.m. ET and can be watched online through live stream (link below).

Mexico have had a perfect qualifying campaign so far with four wins from their four matches so far. They will be looking to extend that run through today's game and considering Guyana are sitting dead last in Qualifying Group B they will be favorites to get a fifth win.

De la Torre has said that he will not be taking this game lightly and is expected to name a strong lineup. However, Mexico will have to go for the win without injured Jesus Zavala and Carlos Salcido.

It has been touted that De la Torre will decide to give a full international debut to midfielder Hector Herrera, who proved his competence on the big stage being part of Mexico's Olympic gold medal winning team in the summer.

Manchester United's Javier Hernandez will be leading the front line for Mexico, and they will be hoping he can find the back of the net tonight despite being given less time on the pitch recently at United.

Guyana will hope that Mexico do not take the road well, and that their home fans can give them much needed support. They will likely implement a tactic to keep as many players behind the ball as possible and try and hit Mexico on the counter attack. They will try and disrupt Mexico's slick passing play, and could be physical in the tackle to try and rattle Mexico's playmakers. However, most pundits would give them little chance in this encounter.

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Mexico vs Guyana kicks off at 9 p.m. ET and can be watched online through live stream by clicking here.

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