World Cup: Mexico to play Portugal, two other tune-up matches in United States
Mexican national team head coach Miguel Herrera revealed his 23-man World Cup roster on Friday, and El Tri will play three of their tune-up matches in the United States before heading to Brazil.
Players are expected to begin joining the camp on May 12 and the full 23-man group should be assembled by May 25. The team will take on Israel at Estadio Azteca on May 28 before heading to the US to face three other World Cup squads.
Mexico will take on Ecuador on May 31 at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas; Bosnia-Herzegovina on June 3 at Solider Field in Chicago; and Portugal on June 6 at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass.
El Tri open their World Cup slate on June 13 against Cameroon in Natal.