Mexico wants to stay as the only undefeated team of the CONCACAF qualifier and to accomplish the feat José Manuel de la Torre has put up a team full of youth and experience.
Javier Hernández, Andrés Guardado and Héctor Herrera are some of the youngsters that are poised to lead El Tri from now on; while Gerardo Torrado and Sihna hope that their knowledge helps them to stay on the team.
The BBVA Compass Stadium in Houston, Texas, will receive the match, because the Guyana Football Federation decided no to play on home soil—Providence Stadium—in hopes to receive more income; ticket prices go from $70 to $150.
Historically, Mexico and Guyana have only faced once, last June, with El Tri running out 3-1 winners.
Can the Golden Jaguars stop Mexico? Or will they stay at the bottom of Group B? Let's find out which players can make a difference for both squads.