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World Cup qualifiers resume on Tuesday night in Edmonton when Mexico host Canada. El Tri comes after a 2-0 loss to USMNT, while Canada has won back-to-back matches. With chilly temperatures waiting, it should be an exciting match in Canada.

Here’s what you need to know about Tuesday’s World Cup qualifiers …

When is kick off? Tuesday, 15 November, 21:50 (ET)

Where is the match played? Commonwealth Stadium, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

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Which TV channel is it on? Universe, Telemundo

What streaming is it on? Paramount + (subscription required), OneSoccer (Canada)

Guillermo Ochoa leads Mexico to Canada / Emilee Chinn / GettyImages

El Tri took another “dos a cero” defeat to rival United States Friday night in Cincinnati, Ohio. With the loss, the Americans took first place on the Concacaf table and are set to take on Jamaica a few hours before Mexico and Canada meet.

The team is still on track for a top-three finish, although a loss to the Canadians would drive them to third place. Mexico have not missed the World Cup since the Cachirules scandal disqualified them in 1990, and have not failed to qualify for the tournament for reasons other than rule violations since 1982.

Tajon Buchanan leads Canada against Mexico / Vaughn Ridley / GettyImages

Canada have won back-to-back matches and have been undefeated since the 2-1 loss to Mexico in the Concacaf Gold Cup semifinals in July. With a win, Canada can take second place in the Concacaf table.

Snowfall between 10 and 20 centimeters is expected in northern Alberta on Monday and Tuesday, creating potentially tough planning conditions on Commonwealth Stadium’s natural grass. The temperature during the match is expected to be well below freezing, with a low temperature of 1 degree Fahrenheit on Tuesday in Edmonton, although the temperature will be around 15 degrees during the match.

Canada: Borjan; Laryea, Vitoria, Miller, Adekugbe; Buchanan, Eustaquio, Kaye; Millar, David, Davies

Mexico: Ocho; L. Rodriguez, Araujo, Vasquez, Gallardo; C. Rodriguez, Alvarez, Herrera; Corona, Jimenez, Lozano

El Tri has 21-5-8 through the ages against Canada, where the two teams have met twice already this year. Mexico won in July, 2-1 at NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas, and the team drew 1-1 at Azteca in October. Canada has never before defeated Mexico in a World Cup qualifier.

Mexico comes after a decisive loss to its arch-rivals and enters a hostile environment against a fiery Canada team. In addition, the match will be played in Edmonton, with snow and temperatures that are colder than imaginable in Mexico. If Canada can keep up with the games of recent months, there is absolutely no reason why they can not remove the outrage over El Tri in icy conditions.

Prediction: Canada 1-0 Mexico

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