The Mexican team hopes to continue searching in the Copa America, but will face Chile, Local and title favorites
The Mexican team will face its second match of Group A of the Copa America 2015 against Chile, local, at the National Stadium of Santiago.
With the obligation to win after the lackluster draw against Bolivia 0-0 last Friday, the Tri expects to cut a run of four games without a win in this fair, since beating Paraguay in the 2007 edition of Venezuela.
With confirmed low of Rafael Marquez muscle injury in his left leg, Miguel Herrera made by the Bolivian operation to both forced changes as necessary in Vina del Mar.
Logic dictates that "The Louse" will not leave its line of five in the bottom and Juan Carlos Valenzuela who will take the place of Marquez, on the knowledge of the system, though most prefer to Carlos Salcedo.
There would also be changes in midfield, where Juan Carlos Medina was given Luis Montes and forward Raul Jimenez take the post of Eduardo Herrera, which would be three changes Herrera towards the victory over the Andes.
From Chile, Jorge Sampaoli also make settings, mostly in doubt Jorge Valdivia is not one hundred to face the Mexican team in Santiago, but it's not very safe.
According to information we have of the camp "Red", this would be the alignment to the Tri: Bravo; Island, Jara, Medel, Mena; Aranguiz Diaz, Valdivia, Sanchez Vidal; and Vargas.
Chile leads Group A with three points after the win over Ecuador last Thursday 2-0, a victory would make them the first qualified for the quarterfinals. Mexico needs to win or draw to continue to aspire to a ticket to the next round in his game against Ecuador next Friday, June 19 in Rancagua.