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Mexicans line up for chance against Bayern


Mexico Hot List: Fabian flying high with Frankfurt, Salcedo Fiorentina's force

Marco Fabian deserves a call-up to Mexico's roster for the match against the United States in Columbus, Ohio.

Time is running out for various Mexican players ahead of the national team's Hexagonal round of World Cup qualifying opener against the United States on Nov. 11.

While big names like Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez and Hector Moreno will have nothing to worry about, several fringe options will be hungry to make a last-minute impact that could earn them call-ups to November's roster.

Keeping this in mind, let's take a look at the best and worst recent performances from some of the more noteworthy names...

Marco Fabian and Andres Guardado lead Mexican charge in Europe

An evenly played match, which saw both keepers make a few sublime saves, was decided by a single goal from Bart Ramselaar.
Eintracht Frankfurt forwad Marco Fabian
Marco Fabian was a key figure in Eintracht Frankfurt's 3-0 win over Hamburger SV on Friday.

Marco Fabian is on fire.

During last Friday's 3-0 away win against Hamburger SV, Fabian helped to carry Eintracht Frankfurt with two assists in the victory. With three goals and four assists in his last seven Bundesliga matches, the midfielder has recently looked like one of the most exciting players in Germany.

Now, a big question remains: Will Mexico manager Juan Carlos Osorio call up Fabian for next month's World Cup qualifying games? The former Chivas player has taken advantage of his starting...

 By Tom Marshall

Mexico's competition for places heating up ahead of clash vs. U.S.

ESPN FC's Ciro Procuna delivers the inaugural edition of Mexicans abroad, with Memo Ochoa and Javier Hernandez in the spotlight.

One of the central tenets of Juan Carlos Osorio's philosophy is fostering as much competition for places as possible for a spot in the Mexican national team. And exactly three weeks out from the Nov. 11 World Cup qualifying match against the United States in Columbus, Ohio -- a location El Tri has lost 2-0 on each visit -- the Colombian will be quietly optimistic with what he has seen of late.

Players like Andres Guardado, Jonathan dos Santos and Raul Jimenez have returned from injury, while Marco...

Club America must focus on the football amid centenario controversy

Club America defeated Club Tijuana 1-0 in its celebratory centennial match on Saturday.

Club America has been embroiled in controversy off the pitch during its centenario season, but what happens on the field remains the most important point. And there too, Las Aguilas have been found wanting. Ricardo La Volpe's team advanced to the semifinals of the Copa MX and is on track to secure a Liguilla spot, but it has yet to fully convince with its performances and depth.

Can America do it? Can Las Aguilas lift trophies by season's end and give their fans a fitting celebration as...

 By Tom Marshall

Mexico must maintain attacking intentions against U.S. - Marco Fabian

ESPN FC's Ciro Procuna delivers the inaugural edition of Mexicans abroad, with Memo Ochoa and Javier Hernandez in the spotlight.
ESPN FC's Tom Marshall and Katia Castorena assess Giovani dos Santos' role in Mexico's crucial 1-0 victory over Panama.

In-form Mexico forward Marco Fabian insists El Tri should not sit back when it meets the United States in Columbus, Ohio on Nov. 11 in World Cup qualifying.

The Eintracht Frankfurt player is likely to be called into coach Juan Carlos Osorio's squad for the crucial match, and sees no reason the fact Mexico has lost 2-0 on its four previous trips to the stadium should mean El Tri moves away from its attacking outlook.

"We have to be intelligent and play in a way so we impose our game to get the points,"...