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Mexico to play US friendlies

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Mexico will play Bosnia-Herzegovina in Chicago on June 3 and three days later face Portugal in Foxborough, Massachusetts, in its final friendlies before heading to the World Cup in Brazil.

The games were announced on Friday the Mexican Football Federation and the Soccer United Marketing affiliate of Major League Soccer.

Mexico previously announced a May 31 match against Ecuador in Arlington, Texas.

The Mexicans have six games scheduled in the U.S. this year. They defeated South Korea last month at San Antonio, play Nigeria in March at Atlanta, and face the U.S. on April 2 at Glendale, Arizona.

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