Mexico's dominant performance in the 2023 Concacaf Gold Cup group stage sets them up as strong favorites in their match against Qatar.

Mexico's interim manager, Jaime Lozano, is aiming to secure the full-time job and lead the team to their ninth confederation title.

Key players for Mexico include Henry Martin, Orbelin Pineda, Luis Romo, and Santiago Gimenez, who have all been scoring goals in the tournament.

Uriel Antuna has emerged as a crucial playmaker in Mexico's midfield, contributing both goals and assists.

Qatar, the underdogs in the match, have a chance to advance if they can pull off an upset and if other results go their way.

Qatar is expected to play a physical game and rely on their defensive efforts to counter Mexico's attacking prowess.

Tameem Mansour and Almoez Ali are among the goal scorers for Qatar in the tournament, with Ali aiming to equal the team's all-time scoring record.

With the match being the final one in the group stage, both teams have something to play for, ensuring an exciting and competitive encounter.