Following their exit in Euro 2012 qualifying, Serbia are a team undergoing changes. Neven Subotic is out with an injury, while Nemanja Vidic and Dejan Stankovic have both elected to retire from international duty. This leaves them looking a bit weaker than they were just a couple of months ago, but the likes of Branoslav Ivanovic and Milos Krasic are still in the side, and should present a challenge to Mexico. 'Chepo' Jose Manuel de la Torre is without Gerardo Torrado in his El Tri side, but the rest of the team is first choice. Jesus Zavala steps into Torrado's place, while the other 10 players are Mexico's best. Here are the starting lineups.
Mexico Lineup (4-2-3-1): Talavera; Salcido, Rodriguez, Moreno, Juarez; Zavala, Castro; Guardado, dos Santos, Barrera; Hernandez
Serbia Lineup (4-4-2): Stojkovic; Ninkov, Ivanovic, Rajkovic, Kolarov; Kacar, Kuzmanovic, Ninkovic, Krasic; Jovanovic, Zigic
Kickoff is at 9:00 pm ET, and the game can be seen in the USA on Univision. For more on El Tri and Mexican football in general, visit SB Nation's Mexican futbol blog FMF State Of Mind.