The Mexican senior national team plays tomorrow in the Gold Cup Final against the United States while the U-22 side plays another Copa America tune-up against Ecuador in Quito, but the El Tri youngsters have a big game of their own tonight. Mexico are sitting on six points, top of Group A in the 2011 FIFA Under-17 World Cup, and they face their final group stage game tonight against The Netherlands.
With all of their great youth academies, many would expect Holland to produce a fantastic Under-17 team, but they have struggled so far in this tournament. The Oranje sit on just one point, and they're desperate for a win to advance to the knockout stages.
As it stands, Mexico are slated to face Uzbekistan in the knockout stages who, believe it or not, are a decent team. Of course, things can change considerably, especially if Mexico lose tonight. They can't be eliminated today, but a loss could significantly impact El Tri's seeding. All of the game information can be found after the jump.
Mexico vs. The Netherlands
Venue: Estadio Universitario, Monterrey
Time: 7:00 pm ET, 6:00 pm local
Television: ESPNU, ESPN3.com (United States - English), Galavision (United States - Spanish). For international audiences, streams are available at FIFA.com.