The only FIFA date before the World Cup is here, which means this is Miguel Herrera’s sole chance to line up the players overseas with those from the local league at the same time.
Tactically, Herrera will not experiment. We will see his traditional 5-3-2 system, with two flying full-backs, three centre-backs, two attacking midfielders, a central midfielder and two strikers, one behind the other.
This Wednesday is when he gets to experiment and see if the chosen ones can work properly with each other.
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