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OnScene: ESPN FC's updates from Mexico City ahead of Mexico vs. U.S.

ESPN FC is "OnScene" in Mexico City ahead of Sunday's World Cup qualifier between Mexico and the United States (8:30 p.m. ET.)

Keep up with everything our writers have been doing.

SUNDAY, June 11

Kickoff is drawing nearer in Mexico City...

If you're a soccer fan, it doesn't get much better than the Azteca tonight...

The teams are gearing up!

ESPN FC's Herc Gomez takes a look at the pre-match weather:

The U.S. fans have a heavy layer of security for tonight's game, per Jeff Carlisle:

This fan is keeping things neutral ... kind of 

U.S. players did not receive a warm welcome

Jeff Carlisle on Christian Pulisic: "He is absolutely worth the hype"

The home side has arrived

Time for a pregame snack

Time for tacos #eltrieng ��������

These fans are hoping Mexico's impressive World Cup qualifying run continues

Home crowd getting warmed up. #USAvMEX

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Just a few hours to go...

Mexico are without a few key playmakers -- Tom Marshall and Jeff Carlisle discuss what that will mean for El Tri

Marshall and Nayib Moran review Mexican newspapers in front of Palacio de Bellas Artes

The newspapers are full of chatter about tonight's match

It's game day in Mexico City!


Just about 24 hours before kick off, the U.S. trained at the Azteca

One more day. The #USMNT doing work before Sunday's showdown with Mexico.

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When football meets futbol! The USMT had some special guests

So, what's it like to play at the Estadio Azteca?

At his pre-match press conference, Mexico coach Juan Carlos Osorio talked about the challenge of facing the U.S.

Mexico will be without several players on Sunday

Injury concerns for the U.S.?

Our reporters pinpoint a potentially key factor in Sunday's game

Stay with ESPN FC for all the latest on Mexico vs. U.S., including full post-game news and reaction from our reporters in Mexico City.


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