Raul Jimenez
Mexico's forward Raul Jimenez (L), midfielder Luis Montes (C) and goalkeeper Jesus Corona take part in a training session Getty

Mexico will take on Bolivia in the 2015 Copa America Group A clash at Estadio Sausalito on 12 June.

Where to watch live

Kick-off is at 12.30am BST (13 June). Live coverage of the match will be available on Premier Sports.


Neither Mexico nor Bolivia managed to make it to the top four of the last edition of the tournament, which was won by Uruguay. Mexico suffered a 2-0 defeat at the hands of Brazil during the warm-up match.

Meanwhile, Argentina crushed Bolivia 5-0 in the last warm up match before the start of the Copa America. Mauricio Soria's side have won just one of the last seven matches played and he will be hoping to avoid a defeat against Mexico in their first fixture of the tournament.

Mauricio Soria
Bolivia coach Mauricio Soria speaks during the press conference before the clash against Mexico Getty

The other two teams from the same group, Chile and Ecuador, clashed against each other in the opening fixture, which was won 2-0 by the host nation. A victory for either of the sides on Friday will help them be level on points with Chile, with the goal difference set to decide the position in the table.

Betting Odds (888Sport.com)

  • Mexico to win: 8/15
  • Draw: 31/10
  • Bolivia to win: 11/2

Team Form


  • Last Five (all competitions): W L W D L
  • Last Result: Brazil 2-0 Mexico


  • Last Five (all competitions): L L D W L
  • Last Result: Argentine 5-0 Bolivia

Team News


Possible XI: Corona; Dominguez, Marquez, Ayala; Corral, Osuna, Fabian, Aldrete; Herrera, Jesus, Jimenez


Possible XI: Quinonez; Rodriguez, Eguino, Zenteno, Morales; Bejarano, Gamarra; Escobar, Lizio, Smedberg-Dalence; Moreno