How Mexico Will Line Up Against Panama

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How Mexico Will Line Up Against Panama
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Mexico has to play one of their toughest game's in years against Panama. El Tri sit fifth in the Hexagonal general table, and a defeat would mean a goodbye to the 2014 World Cup.

Both teams have secured eight points, but the Panamanians are fourth due to goal difference.

Under the command of newly appointed Victor Manuel Vucetich, Mexico have to step up and get their act together to defeat Los Canaleros.

Vucetich called up an interesting group, which mixes youth with experience. Players like Rafael Marquez, who had not been considered by Jose Manuel de la Torre, and Miguel Layun, who has never played a Hexagonal, are some of the manager’s surprises.

Join me to see which footballers should get a chance to start this crucial game.

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