Mexico: Laying out Their World Cup Battles Ahead in the Hexagonal Stage

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Mexico: Laying out Their World Cup Battles Ahead in the Hexagonal Stage
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Everything is ready for the CONCACAF hexagonal. Mexico will have to make its best effort against Costa Rica, Honduras, Jamaica, Panama and the United States to secure a spot in the 2014 World Cup.

El Tri has played in every World Cup since 1994 and has had an overall good performance in the qualifying stage; however, the feat will not be easy, as their rivals have improved over the years.

Mexico will not lose a single game on home soil, even though the match against the United States will be the toughest. José Manuel de la Torre's squad is bound to grab at least one point.

The real challenge will come when they have to travel. Let's take a look to the battles Mexico must face.

 

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