Venezuela vs Mexico lineups, odds, and where to watch

Venezuela and Mexico continue their Copa America quest with a match on the 27th of June. The venue for this exciting Copa America clash? SoFi Stadium. If you want to find out more about the Venezuela vs Mexico odds, lineups, and where to watch, you’ll have to go through our article.

Venezuela vs Mexico Lineups

Everything about this game signals a victory for Mexico. Including the Venezuela vs Mexico lineups. Let’s see what the two teams’ managers have to work with before the kick-off.

Venezuela lineup – injuries, suspensions, and other news

There’s a question mark next to Thomas Rindon’s name. We aren’t sure if the team captain can make it for this game, as he did have some health issues prior to the start of the game. Which is, of course, good news for coach Lozano.

Venezuela predicted lineup: Romo (GK), Osorio, Angel, Ferraresi, Casseres Jr., Navarro, Martinez, Aramburu, Savarino, Rondon & Machis

Player to watch: Salomon Rondon

34-year-old veteran Salomon Rondon will lead the charge for Venezuela against Mexico. He had a decent season with Pachuca in Liga MX, so he is quite familiar with Mexico’s capabilities.

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CF Pachuca's Rondon has a great season in Liga MX – Photo by Icon Sport

Mexico lineup – injuries, suspensions, and other news

The good news for coach Jaime Lozano is that he will be able to count on defensive midfielder Edson Alvarez. West Ham’s star will be the one bossing the midfield at SoFi Stadium on the 27th of June.

Mexico predicted lineup: Gonzalez (GK), Reyes, Alvarez, Vasquez, Alvarez, Romo, Rodriguez, Chavez, Antuna, Quinones & Martin

Player to watch: Henry Martin

Club America’s captain has been performing at his lethal best in the last couple of seasons. He scooped the Player of the Season Award in Liga MX back in the 2022/23 season, as well as the Top Goalscorer Award for his outstanding contribution.

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Eagles' captain to receive his chance – Photo by Icon Sport

Venezuela vs Mexico starting lineup

This is where we will talk more about the actual Venezuela vs Mexico starting lineups on the 27th of June.

Venezuela

Venezuela
4-2-3-1
23
Salomon Rondon
ve
2
Nahuel Ferraresi
ve
15
Miguel Navarro
ve
6
Yangel Herrera
ve
4
Jon Aramburu
ve
13
Jose Andres Martinez
ve
25
Eduard Bello
ve
7
Jefferson Savarino
ve
10
Yeferson Soteldo
ve
3
Yordan Osorio
ve
22
Rafael Romo
ve
Substitutes
16
Telasco Segovia
ve
20
Wilker Angel
ve
21
Alexander Gonzalez
ve
18
Cristian Casseres Jr
ve
8
Tomas Rincon
ve
19
Eric Ramirez
ve
14
Christian Makoun
ve
24
Kervin Andrade
ve
12
Jose David Contreras
ve
26
Daniel Pereira
ve
5
Jhon Chancellor
ve
9
Jhonder Cadiz
ve
11
Darwin Machis
ve
1
Joel Graterol
ve
17
Matias Lacava
ve

Mexico

Mexico
4-2-3-1
5
Johan Vasquez
mx
7
Luis Romo
mx
11
Santiago Gimenez
mx
3
Cesar Montes
mx
6
Gerardo Arteaga
mx
24
Luis Chavez
mx
8
Carlos Rodriguez
mx
2
Jorge Sanchez
mx
15
Uriel Antuna
mx
1
Julio Gonzalez
mx
9
Julian Quinones
mx
Substitutes
22
Guillermo Martinez
mx
17
Orbelin Pineda
mx
13
Jesus Orozco
mx
18
Marcelo Flores
mx
26
Bryan Gonzalez
mx
10
Alexis Vega
mx
19
Israel Reyes
mx
25
Roberto Alvarado
mx
20
Brian Garcia
mx
16
Jordi Cortizo
mx
21
Cesar Huerta
mx
12
Carlos Acevedo
mx
14
Erick Sanchez
mx
23
Jose Raul Rangel
mx

Where to watch Venezuela vs Mexico

If you are wondering where to watch Venezuela vs Mexico live, search no further – this valuable information is located below.

Where to watch Venezuela vs Mexico on TV

You can enjoy Venezuela vs Mexico on FOX Sports, TUDN, or Telemundo.

Where to watch Venezuela vs Mexico online

To watch Venezuela vs Mexico online, you’d have to use FuBo.

Venezuela vs Mexico odds

  • Venezuela odds: +295 – 26.0%
  • DRAW: +255 – 29.8%
  • Mexico Odds: +114 – 44.2%

*These Venezuela vs Mexico odds are subject to change

We trust Henry Martin will score on the 27th of June. The odds are priced at +147, giving the Club America superstar a massive 40.49% chance of sliding it past Venezuela’s goalkeeper.

Latest stats for Venezuela vs Mexico

Here you will see the most interesting statistics concerning the Venezuela vs Mexico head-to-head.

Last five games for Venezuela

The good news for coach Batista is that his team lost only two of their last five official games. The bad news is that Venezuela didn’t win a single one of their last five matches. The last Venezuela win was recorded on the 18th of October, 2023.

Copa America 06/07/24

L

Canada

Canada

1 (4)

Venezuela

Venezuela

1 (3)

Copa America 01/07/24

W

Jamaica

Jamaica

0

Venezuela

Venezuela

3

Copa America 27/06/24

W

Mexico

Mexico

0

Venezuela

Venezuela

1

Copa America 22/06/24

W

Ecuador

Ecuador

1

Venezuela

Venezuela

2

International Match 24/03/24

D

Guatemala

Guatemala

0

Venezuela

Venezuela

0

Last five games for Mexico

Mexico’s last official win was a 1-0 success over lackluster Bolivia on the 1st of June. The following two international friendlies both ended in defeat. First, Uruguay thrashed Mexico 0-4. Then, it was up to Brazil to crush coach Lozano’s boys 2-3.

Copa America 01/07/24

D

Ecuador

Ecuador

0

Mexico

Mexico

0

Copa America 27/06/24

L

Venezuela

Venezuela

1

Mexico

Mexico

0

Copa America 23/06/24

W

Jamaica

Jamaica

0

Mexico

Mexico

1

International Match 09/06/24

L

Brazil

Brazil

3

Mexico

Mexico

2

International Match 06/06/24

L

Uruguay

Uruguay

4

Mexico

Mexico

0

Venezuela vs Mexico H2H

The two teams faced each other quite regularly in the past. However, Venezuela haven’t been able to pick a single victory in the last 10 official Venezuela vs Mexico head-to-heads.

International Match 06/06/19

Mexico

Mexico

3
Venezuela

Venezuela

1

Copa America 14/06/16

Mexico

Mexico

1
Venezuela

Venezuela

1

Zack is a longtime football fan, writer, and bettor. He also has experience playing and coaching the game of football at a local level. His interest in the MLS, Liga MX and the Canadian Premier League adds a new dimension to the content we have at FootballWhispers.