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Mexico

 By Tom Marshall

Guillermo Ochoa and Jesus Corona goalkeeper rivalry in full effect

Guillermo Ochoa, left, and Jesus Corona are mired in a intense battle for first-choice keeper for Miguel Herrera and Mexico.

LOS ANGELES, Calif. -- This is not a broken record. The sequel to whether Cruz Azul's Jesus Corona or Malaga's Guillermo Ochoa is Mexico's best goalkeeper is happening again.

It's one of the big decisions for Mexico coach Miguel Herrera ahead of Saturday's friendly against Ecuador. Herrera has gotten a good look at both shot stoppers as his El Tri squad have managed a rare five days of training together here ahead of their first match of 2015.

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"The truth is that the competition is very even,"...

 By Tom Marshall

Mexico's Javier Hernandez looking to end his four-month-long goal drought

Javier Hernandez has been restricted to just 217 minutes worth of game time this season for Real Madrid.

Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez's goal drought has run longer than the Mexico national team's four-month gap between matches.

The 26-year-old striker's last goal for club or country came in Amsterdam on Nov. 12 against a strong Dutch side, which Mexico dispatched 3-1. Before that, it was in a Real Madrid shirt on Oct. 29 in the Copa del Rey against lowly Cornella. On Saturday, when Mexico takes on Ecuador in L.A. Memorial Coliseum, it will be exactly 150 days since Hernandez hit the back of the net...

William Yarbrough, Ventura Alvarado may think twice about national team

Leon goalkeeper William Yarbrough already has two Liga MX titles to his name.
William Yarbrough is having a solid season with Leon in Liga MX, but the dual national has yet to decide where he'll play internationally.

It would only be human if either William Yarbrough or Ventura Alvarado had a moment of doubt during their recent friendly as to whether the U.S. national team choice they made was the right one.

Alvarado earned his first cap in the 3-2 loss to Denmark, where the score flattered the losing team. Alvarado's 10 minutes in the game were not happy ones, given that Denmark scored twice in that period. Yarbrough, for his part, wasn't trusted with any minutes at all.

There's still another friendly in this...

 By Tom Marshall

Mexico spots up for grabs as El Tri prepare to face Ecuador, Paraguay

A wax figure of Mexican coach Miguel Herrera was unveiled on Wednesday.

Saturday's clash against Ecuador in Los Angeles and next Tuesday's match in Kansas City against Paraguay may be Mexico's first games of 2015, but time is running out for coach Miguel Herrera to sieve through El Tri's depth pool and come up with two separate and competitive squads for the Gold Cup and Copa America this summer.

The "A" squad will be charged with winning the Gold Cup in the United States in July and sending Mexico through to a Confederations Cup playoff against the U.S. this fall, while...

Atleti's Raul Jimenez heating up, 'Chicharito' cooling on Real bench

Former Club America striker Raul Jimenez has failed to make much of an impact at the Vicente Calderon.
Atletico Madrid's Raul Jimenez took a step forward in his standing with the Mexico national team in his first start for the club vs. Getafe last weekend.

Mexico's national team will return to the United States this weekend to take part in the squad's first friendlies of 2015.

On March 28, El Tri will travel to Los Angeles where they will face the Ecuadorian national team. Three days later, the squad will take-on Paraguay in Kansas City.

With roster spots for the summer's Gold Cup and Copa America on the line, the two matches will be crucial for those auditioning for a last-minute spot with El Tri.

Let's check in on a few Mexican players who should...