Mexico's pre-World Cup Qualifying tour through the United States continues tonight, as they take on Bosnia and Herzegovina in Chicago. Following the team's 2-0 victory over Wales last Sunday, Chepo de la Torre looks to continue the forward momentum into this weekend's high-profile showdown with Brazil. With only a week until the kickoff of the World Cup qualifying cycle, this game also provides another chance for some of the players to knock off any lingering rust, and others to prove themselves worthy of a permanent spot in Chepo's rotation.
Starting lineups for both Mexico and Bosnia-Herzegovina are below, along with kickoff time and television broadcast information.
Mexico lineup: Guillermo Ochoa, Carlos Salcido, Francisco Javier Rodriguez, Hugo Ayala, Severo Meza, Jorge Torres Nilo, Jesus Zavala, Edgar Andrade, Giovani Dos Santos, Pablo Barrera, Aldo de Nigris.
Bosnia and Herzegovina lineup: Asmir Begovic, Mensur Mujdza, Boris Pandza, Sanel Jahic, Elvir Rahimic, Haris Medunjanin, Senad Lulic, Miralem Pjanic, Zvjezdan Misimovic, Vedad Ibisevic, Edin Dzeko.
Kickoff will be at 9pm Eastern, and the venue is Soldier Field in Chicago, Illinois. The match can be seen live in the United States on Univision.