Mexico have impressed in their first two warm-up friendlies for the World Cup, but they lost a key player in their most recent one. Luis Montes broke his leg just two minutes after scoring a spectacular goal on Saturday, and he'll miss the World Cup. Mexico will be hoping they don't pick up any more injuries in Tuesday night's match against Bosnia and Herzegovina, a slight step up in competition.
Bosnia and Herzegovina have also played one friendly against a World Cup-bound team in the United States, beating Ivory Coast 2-1 on Friday. However, both teams rested quite a few stars, though Edin Dzeko played and netted a brace. On this occasion, expect Safet Sušić to field his strongest possible team.
Projected Bosnia and Herzegovina team: Asmir Begović; Mensur Mujdža, Muhamed Bešić, Emir Spahić, Sejad Salihović; Zvjezdan Misimović, Haris Medunjanin, Miralem Pjanić, Senad Lulić, Vedad Ibišević, Edin Džeko
Miguel Herrera announced the starting XI he plans to use ahead of time, indicating that a few of the players who haven't yet been given an opportunity to show what they can do will play in this game. Presumed third goalkeeper Alfredo Talavera is apparently in a legitimate competition to start, while the losses of Juan Carlos Medina and Luis Montes mean that Jose Vazquez could become a very important player. Raul Jimenez is also getting his first chance to shine, alongside 'Chicharito' Javier Hernandez.
Match date/time: Tuesday, 9:30 p.m. ET
Venue: Soldier Field, Chicago, IL
TV: ESPN2 (U.S. - English), Univision Deportes (U.S. - Spanish), TV Azteca 7 (Mexico), BHT 1 (Bosnia and Herzegovina)
Online: Watch ESPN (U.S.)
Listings via LiveSoccerTV.