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Mexico have started planning the way in which they can ruin Brazil's hosting of this summer's World Cup as the pair prepare to front up in an intriguing Group A that also contains Croatia and Cameroon.
June 17 will see the teams meet in Fortaleza and Mexico head coach Miguel Herrera said at a press conference in Mexico City: "We spoke with Felipao and he said for them Mexico is like a stone in their shoe. We're hoping to be like a rock, not a stone."
A troubled qualification campaign, which saw the North Americans almost squeak their way to Brazil via a play-off against New Zealand, has seen Herrera take the reigns for the two-time World Cup hosts.
He has previously vowed to take Mexico into the second round of the tournament for the sixth successive time.