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How to watch Mexico vs Grenada in the 2018 CONCACAF Men’s U-20 Championship: start time, TV schedule, and live stream

Unexpectedly, there’s a little pressure on Mexico heading into this game.

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Jamaica’s surprising 2-2 draw with Mexico in the last round of games has made the final rounds of Group B a little more interesting than expected. El Tri is still very much the favorite to advance from the group, but it is now firmly pursued by the Reggae Boyz.

Assuming results go to form, Mexico and Jamaica should win their remaining two group stage games and finish level on points. That would leave the group winner to be determined by (most likely) goal difference. Mexico has a seven-goal advantage over Jamaica in that regard, so no need for El Tri to sweat just yet. But there is a little more pressure than there was previously.

Mexico will want to pile on the goals against Grenada and hope to make it very difficult for Jamaica to compile a superior goal difference in its remaining matches. For its part, Grenada has just found its scoring boots. The Spice Boys were shut out in losses to Jamaica and Aruba to start the tournament, but put five goals in against Saint Martin. Mexico is, of course, a more difficult proposition than Saint Martin.

Per livesoccertv.com, here’s where to find the game if watching from the USA:

Mexico vs Grenada - 2018 CONCACAF Men’s U-20 Championship, Group B

When: 8:00 pm, Eastern; Thursday, November 8, 2018

Where: IMG Soccer Stadium, Bradenton, FL

TV: Univision Deportes

Online: CONCACAF Go