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ESPN Deportes will provide comprehensive pre- and post-game coverage of the World Cup qualifying match between the United States and Mexico in the Estadio Azteca on 26 March, the network has announced.

The news and information coverage will feature José Ramón Fernández, Heriberto Murrieta, former Mexican National Team players Jared Borgetti, Rafa Puente and Luis Zague, among others.

Throughout ESPN Deportes’ platforms, the pre-game block will feature an analysis of each team’s captains, key players and strategies, and the post-game coverage will include a breakdown of match events.

“ESPNDeportes.com and ESPN Deportes Radio will take a deep look at both teams, their rivalry, and offer unparalleled pre and post-game analysis,” it said on its Web site. “René Tovar, Eduardo Sánchez, and Ricardo Cariño will be on hand for ESPN Deportes Radio and ESPNDeportes.com, and will report live from Estadio Azteca throughout the day. Rafael Ramos will provide analysis from ESPN Deportes’ studios.”

In addition to the onsite support, ESPN Deportes Radio will provide special coverage from Mexico City on Jorge Ramos y su Banda on Monday, 25 March, with participation of Jorge Ramos, Hernan Pereyra and Dionisio Estrada.

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