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W2W4: Belgium vs Mexico

 

 

Mexico take on Belgium in Brussels on Friday. It’s a rare “away” game for El Tri who like to play their friendlies in the US. Some say friendlies don’t matter and to a certain extent that will always be the case since they’re not part of an official tournament but how you play in friendlies does matter. With that in mind, here are a couple of things I will be watching for in Friday’s friendly.

 

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Preview: Bayer Leverkusen vs Borussia Dortmund

This preview is brought to us by Edgar Avalos (@Bayer04LevMX). He previews the big Bundesliga matchup between Bayer and Dortmund. Two teams currently at opposite ends of the table.

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What to Watch- 8/21

The European Leagues are in full swing this weekend. La Liga and Serie A kick off. Let’s see what matches are worth waking up for. Plus a preview of Pulido and El Kaiser’s seasons abroad.

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La Liga Preview: Mexican Edition

This year’s preview will be a lot shorter than last season. Only 4 Mexican Internationals will ply their trade in La Liga this season, 3 if Memo never sees the field for Malaga in league play. Gone are Moreno, Aquino, Chicharito, Gio, and Jimenez. So lets keep this short and sweet…

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Primeira Liga Preview: Mexican Edition

Another weekend, another European League kicks off. This time it’s the league that features Hector Herrera, Uli Davila, Raul Jimenez, and hopefully, Raul Gudiño.

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Eredivisie Preview: Mexican Edition

The Eredivisie was set to kick off this past weekend but a police strike caused several games to be postponed. PSV and FC Twente were amongst the games pushed into midweek.

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EPL Preview: Mexican Edition

 

The English Premier League is set to kickoff this weekend. There are currently only 2 Mexican internationals on EPL rosters but for the sake of this preview, lets include Raul Jimenez as a West Ham player. His loan deal is expected to be finalized this weekend.

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Mexico v Panama

 

Its put up or shut up time for Mexico. The same might especially be true for their manager, Piojo Herrera. Mexico has made it to the semifinals in controversial fashion but it will be for nothing if they cant advance tonight. They will face a Panama side that had to endure extra time and PKs. So what does Mexico have to do tonight to win? Here are my thoughts

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Mexico vs USA

via @T2150 from Twitter

This game might be the least exciting rivalry game for me in years but it is still Mexico vs US. Although Piojo said Mexico needs to win, one look at the rosters and you’ll realize Mexico might be the underdog. While the core of Jurgen’s team has come back to MLS, Piojo’s core players mostly ply their trade in el viejo continento and not LigaMX.

Still, Piojo needs to evaluate the player pool to decide on 46 players to call up this summer for their 2 tournaments. He seems to understand that is where his priorities are and his callups reflect that.

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Mexico vs Paraguay

Mexico had a sluggish performance on Saturday and finish off their FIFA date with another friendly tonight against Paraguay. It is nearly a brand new starting XI with Diego Reyes as the only hold over. Injuries forced Piojo’s hand but this should be a good look at the base of the Copa America team.

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