Mexico sits in good position to make a deep run in the World Cup. The question is whether Mexico can break their streak of only getting to the Round of 16. Mexico has made it out of the group stage in six straight World Cups, but they have also failed to win a Round of 16 match in all of these appearances.
What we do know is Mexico will face Sweden in their final match of group play on Wednesday, June 27 at 10 a.m. Eastern. If Mexico is able to win Group F, they will face Group E’s second place finisher, which will be Brazil, Switzerland or Serbia. If Mexico falls to second in the group, they will face the Group E winner, which is a close race between the three teams mentioned above.
A group win for Mexico means they play on July 3 in St. Petersburg at 10 a.m. against the Group E winner. If Mexico falls to second, El Tri plays on July 2 in Samara at 10 a.m. Eastern. Mexico will enter the Round of 16 as one of the hottest teams in the tournament.
Source: Heavy Sports