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Goalkeepers: Moises Munoz and Alfredo Talavera
The third keeper will be one of these two, and Alfredo Talavera leads the race.
Moises Munoz has been on the list since last year when Mexico faced New Zealand, but to be honest, he made the team because Herrera basically capped all the players from "Las Aguilas."
He is not the trustworthiest guy, especially when he comes out with the ball on his feet.
Talavera has an impressive aerial game, perhaps even better than Ochoa and Corona's, but he lacks the experience to come in as first choice.
Defenders: Rogelio Chavez, Enrique Perez and Juan Carlos Valenzuela
Rogelio Chavez has not been called yet, but he will be. He is fast and has an incredible long-distance shot. His performance with Cruz Azul has been smooth with no ups and downs.
Enrique Perez has showed his great level with Atlas in the 2014 Clausura and may have a chance to make the team since Paul Aguilar has not been at his best.
That leaves an open door for Herrera to try other players on the right flank, and Perez, like Chavez, is a very valuable asset when playing as a flying full-back.
Juan Carlos Valenzuela has earned Herrera's trust—and that is why he appears on this list—but he lacks the fitness and talent to wear the El Tri jersey.
Midfielders: Jesus Zavala
He came up as a sub against South Korea but couldn't show much, hence he was not even capped for the game versus Nigeria.
However, with Juan Carlos Medina's recent performance, Jesus Zavala may get a second chance. If it is the case, he needs to bring his A-game, which includes possession and organization, because Herrera trusts Medina deeply.
Forwards: Giovani dos Santos
The Villarreal footballer has what it takes, but his recent injury puts him in doubt. He needs to make a speedy recovery or he will miss the World Cup, which will harm Mexico deeply.
Giovani dos Santos is the kind of player El Tri need for creativity and depth purposes.