Mexico already knows its rivals in the CONCACAF Octagon Final heading to Qatar 2022
The Mexican national team already knows its Concacaf Final Octagol rivals, after El Salvador, Canada and Panama got the ticket.
Mexico Rivals met on Tuesday to Final stage of World Cup qualifiers, octagonal CONCACAF, moving from six teams to eight, making room for two more representatives from the region who are looking for a position Qatar 2022.
Tonight was the last match of the second round and the winners were El Salvador, Canada and PanamaTeams that beat Saint Kitts and Nevis, Haiti and Curaçao, respectively.
Given this, round eight and three will consist of United States, Costa Rica, Honduras, Jamaica, Mexico, Panama, Canada, and El Salvador.
Of these selections, three of them will receive a direct ticket to the next fair that will take place in the winter season, while the fourth will have to search for their place in the intercontinental qualifiers.
For Round Three, the top five teams in the FIFA Ranking qualified directly. They are Mexico, the United States, Costa Rica, Jamaica and Honduras.
The third round will start on September 1 and will take place over 14 days. The last commitment to the CONCACAF region will take place on March 29, 2022.
El Tri will have eight commitments throughout this year and eight more matches between January and March 2022.
The Mexico’s choice The tie will open against Jamaica. The team, led by Argentine Gerardo Martino, will start at home on September 2.
The North American Classic between Mexico and the United States will take place first on January 27 on US soil, while the return of the said series will be at the Azteca Stadium on March 24, 2022.