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World Cup Qualifying: Mexico’s Starting Lineup vs Costa Rica

For Mexico’s first home game of the Hexagonal, Juan Carlos Osorio looks to have chosen a 4-3-3 formation to face Costa Rica.

Memo Ochoa gets the nod in goal for the second straight qualifier, and there are six other repeats from the starting eleven that faced Panama back in November.

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World Cup Qualifying: Mexico’s Starting Lineup vs Panama

For the second game of the Hex, Juan Carlos Osorio has made five changes to the starting eleven that faced the U.S. on Friday.

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World Cup Qualifying: Mexico’s Starting Lineup vs the United States

Mexico is opening the Hex with a game against their rivals, the U.S. national team, in Columbus, Ohio. Columbus has been a house of horrors for El Tri in World Cup Qualifying and they will look to end the “dos a cero” curse here.

Mexico has named a strong starting XI for that purpose, with Gio dos Santos, “Chicharito”, and Carlos Vela all among the first eleven.

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International Friendly: Mexico’s Starting Lineup vs Panama

el triJuan Carlos Osorio has named his starting XI to take on Panama in tonight’s international friendly. Osorio has made five changes from the lineup that faced New Zealand last Saturday, but among the repeats are Jordan Silva and Hedgardo Marín, who will be earning their second caps.

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Mexico’s Starting Lineup vs New Zealand

el triJuan Carlos Osorio has named his starting XI to take on New Zealand in tonight’s international friendly, and three players will be earning their first caps. Jordan Silva, Hedgardo Marín, and Jesús Gallardo will all make their debuts for El Tri in Nashville.

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World Cup Qualifying: Mexico’s Starting Lineup vs Honduras

el triMexico will look to remain perfect in the fourth round of CONCACAF World Cup qualifying while Honduras aims to lock up their own spot in the Hex.

Juan Carlos Osorio has made four changes from the starting XI that beat El Salvador 1-3 on Friday.

One of those was due to injury, as Raúl Jiménez had to withdraw from the roster with a knee injury. His spot up top was taken by Ángel Zaldívar; the other changes include the insertions of Alfredo Talavera, Jesús Dueñas, and Diego Reyes.

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World Cup Qualifying: Mexico’s Starting Lineup vs El Salvador

As Mexico looks to remain perfect in qualifying and El Salvador looks to remain mathematically alive, Juan Carlos Osorio has put out a lineup with both veterans and debutants.

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Copa América: Mexico’s Starting Lineup vs Uruguay

For Mexico’s opening match of the Copa América Centenario, Juan Carlos Osorio has opted for a 4-3-3.

El Tri will look to extend their nine-game winning streak and 19-game unbeaten streak tonight when they take on Uruguay in Glendale, Arizona, in Group C play.

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International Friendly: Mexico’s Starting Lineup vs Paraguay

el triThe Mexican national team will take on their Paraguayan counterparts in a friendly match in the Georgia Dome tonight.

Juan Carlos Osorio has opted for a mix of experience and youth in his starting eleven for this pre-Copa América Centenario warm-up match.

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Osorio Confirms Lineup Changes Against Canada

el triSpeaking to the media on Monday, Juan Carlos Osorio confirmed there will be changes to Mexico’s starting lineup for tomorrow’s game against Canada. Captain Rafa Márquez will not start after leaving Friday’s game at halftime for precautionary reasons; in addition, Osorio does not plan to put Alfredo Talavera back in goal.

Whether it will be Jesús Corona or Alejandro Palacios getting the nod in net remains to be seen, with Osorio stating they each have an equal chance of starting. If the Pumas man gets the call, it will mark his first cap for El Tri.  Continue reading