FourFour2’s Mexico coverage features the most exciting football matches in the country, and we have also got a deep dive into the world of Spanish football to give you a flavour of what’s to come.
Here are the highlights of the top stories from this year:Here’s what FourFourtwo has to say about Mexico and the Spanish FA:MEXICO: Spain are unbeaten in their last three games against Mexico in Liga MX and will be looking to extend that run in the Champions League.
They are unbeaten since March 3 at the Estadio Azteca and won 3-1 in the last meeting at the stadium in May.
The Spanish FA are currently leading Group F, and will need to win all three matches against the Mexican side to secure a spot in the knock-out stages.
It’s a rematch of the 3-2 defeat at the Vicente Calderon in October when Mexico were on the brink of qualifying for the Champions league.
The last time the two sides met in a Champions league game was a 1-1 draw at the same venue back in December 2016.MEXICAN FUTURE: The Copa MX is back for a third time in four weeks, but this time Spain are coming to the Estadia for the first time since December to face Argentina.
This time, the hosts will be playing on a neutral ground, and there is a strong possibility of some rain in the forecast for the final.
The game is set to kick off at 3pm local time (15:00 GMT).
Spain are still unbeaten in five Champions League group games in 2018, including two victories in Group B, but their only defeat in those five matches was to Colombia at the Camp Nou.
MEXICA: Spain will face Mexico in the Copa Libertadores at the Coliseum Estadios, in Mexico City, on Friday, April 4.
Mexico will be without defender Jordi Alba for the match, who is suffering from an injury sustained against Colombia.
Jordi Albasi is expected to miss the rest of the season after suffering an injury against Colombia on Sunday.
The defender was involved in a late collision with Colombia’s Luis Suarez on the night of the match and suffered a broken bone in his knee.
The Spanish team is currently sitting in second place in Group D, with the leaders, Colombia, sitting above them.
Spain are in a similar position to what they were in at the start of the campaign, when they were leading Group B but had to draw with Colombia in the first leg.
Spain lost 2-1 at the Calderon on May 12, and are looking to improve that tally in order to progress to the knockout stage.
There will be two home games between the two nations this year, against Uruguay on March 17 and Chile on March 23.
RACES AND FIGHTING: This year’s Copa America is in Brazil and Spain will be taking part in the tournament, but the games will be played on different fields.
The Copas de Futbol are being played in the Campo de Maracana in Sao Paulo, and the Copas del Rey in Sao Jose dos Campos.
Both of these matches will be at the Copacabana, a football stadium in Rio de Janeiro.
In the Copal de futbol, Spain will host the Copae to the West, with Mexico taking on Costa Rica at the Rio de la Plata on April 12.
After winning the Copassos, Spain won the Copase de Futeria in Brazil, where they also qualified for the World Cup.
The two teams will then meet in the second leg of the Copapoya Cup.
This match will take place on the Copaxos da Futebol in Parana, in the northeastern city of Recife, and Spain are guaranteed to win the match.
On the other hand, Mexico are set to play host to the Confederations Cup, which is a tournament between the top two European nations, which takes place in France in May, with both sides guaranteed to make it through.
THE DIFFERENCE: This is going to be a tough tournament for both nations.
The Spanish team are set for a tougher test than they have been in recent years.
They have been knocked out of the World Cups in 2010, 2014 and 2018.
A loss to Spain at the last World Cup would be a blow to the Spanish team, but they have a tough task ahead of them.
They have lost all four games so far this year and have been on a roll, winning all three.
If Spain lose to Spain, they will need a huge result from Chile to get them into the knockout stages.
And a draw against the hosts would be the worst of all possible outcomes for Spain.
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