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BRIAN SCIARETTA - Friday, August 5, 2011
Herculez Gomez and Tecos will face Tigres while US national team players Damarcus Beasley, Jose Torres and Edgar Castillo will also be in action in a busy weekend in Mexico.

Estudiantes Tecos - Tigres UANL

After an impressive midweek victory on the road over Club America, Estudiantes Tecos will be playing for their second straight victory when they host Tigres on Sunday.

Herculez Gomez has seen consistent minutes for Estudiantes and is likely to play against Tigres.

Jonathan Bornstein is not likely to be in the matchday 18 for Tigres.

Both teams enter the game with three points through the first three games of the season.

Estudiantes are likely to be without Oswaldo Alanis who was subbed out of Wednesday's game in the first half with an injury.

Queretaro - Pachuca

After a defeating Cruz Azul on Wednesday with a late-game winner, Pachuca will look to continue their winning ways when they visit Queretaro on Saturday at Estadio La Corregidora.

Jose Torres started the game on Wednesday and is likely to start again.

Pachuca has four points on the season and currently sit in eighth place in the Mexican Primera Division while Queretaro have only one point through their first three games.

Following the game, Torres will head to Philadelphia to play for the United States national team next week.

Neither team is reporting injuries at this team.

Puebla - Jaguares

After getting embarrassed on Wednesday against Atlante, Puebla will be hoping to rebound when they host Jaguares on Sunday at Estadio Cuauhtémoc.

DaMarcus Beasley is likely to start for Puebla while Adrian Ruelas will hope to make the bench for the first time for Jaguares.

Despite the 5-1 defeat to Atlante, Puebla enter Sunday's game with four points through three games on the season. Jaguares however have lost each of their first two games.

Neither team will be missing any players for the game.

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