Mexico is running out of time to prepare for World Cup qualifying. The run to Brazil 2014 starts in just eight days. Can you see Mexico sweating? Probably not.
El Tri remain the best team in CONCACAF by a long ways and probably won't be tested en route to qualification for the 2014 World Cup, but weirder things have happened in qualifying before. They certainly want to be playing well when they begin qualifying and tonight, Mexico takes on Bosnia-Herzegovina in Chicago, IL as part of their qualifying preparations.
The lineup for Mexico is clearly somewhat experimental as they try to figure out their best XI. The defense is still a question mark, but the biggest question for the time is in the midfield, where El Tri are still trying to figure out who will play in the double pivot. It looks like one of them will be Jesus Zavala's, but the spot next to him is still very much up for grabs. Anyone want it? Anyone? Bueller?
Mexico: Ochoa, Rodríguez, Ayala, Salcido, Torres, Meza, Barrera, Zavala, Andrade, Dos Santos, De Nigris.
Bosnia-Herzegovina: Begovíc, Mujdza, Pandza, Jahic, Rahimic, Medunjanin, Lulic, Pjanic, Misimovic, Ibisevic, Dzeko.