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How to watch the MLS Homegrown Team vs Mexico U-20s: start time and live stream

A couple of New York Red Bulls should feature in this one.

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The best thing to come out of this MLS All-Star break is probably Dave Martinez's article on the off-field exploits of Thierry Henry. If the league must persist in disrupting its own competition by providing pre-season opposition to visiting teams, let these occasions at least bring us some interesting stories.

The second-best thing to come of this MLS All-Star break might be the chance to see New York Red Bulls' prospects Tyler Adams and Derrick Etienne play for the league's Homegrown team against a Mexico U-20 selection.

The Homegrown game has only been around since 2014, and it has not yet produced a truly memorable match. The inaugural game was against Portland Timbers U-23s and largely defined by both sides' lack of preparation. It finished 0-0. Last year's match against Club America's U-20s finished 1-1, with Las Aguilas winning the penalty shoot-out that followed.

Whatever occurs in this game's third incarnation, it's another moment in the developing careers of two RBNY players. MLS will stream the game on its official site.

MLS Homegrown Team vs. Mexico U-20s

When: 9:00 pm, Eastern; Wednesday, July 27, 2016

Where: Avaya Stadium, San Jose, California

TV: no

Online: streaming on mlssoccer.com