Honduras has to yet to win a game or score a goal at this Gold Cup. It is in the quarterfinals because French Guiana decided to test CONCACAF's commitment to its player eligibility rules and lost, handing Honduras a 3-0 forfeit win and a lucky-loser spot in the knockout rounds.
As such, there isn't any particular expectation that Los Catrachos will provide much challenge to El Tri in this game. Honduras has a talented squad, particularly up front, but the players have not proven themselves effective at much other than limiting the scoring of their opponents.
Honduras has only conceded one goal so far at this tournament, and if its defense holds up against Mexico, it will of course have a chance of springing an upset.
Mexico's squad at this tournament is more El B than El Tri, but anything less than a run to the final would be regarded as under-performing, nonetheless. The team was held scoreless by Jamaica in the group stage - and Honduras might be expected to seek a similar result in this game.
Per livesoccertv.com, here's where to find the game if watching from the USA: