Mexico and U.S. likely to clash in Gold Cup final

June 5, 2007
By Ives Galarcep, Special to ESPNsoccernet
Whether it was because CONCACAF officials wanted to hold a true regional championship, or because the federation could not secure any high-profile nations, there will be no guest countries in this summer's CONCACAF Gold Cup. This time neither Brazil or Colombia will be around to knock off one of the region's heavyweights and keep us from seeing another installment of the always fierce U.S.-Mexico rivalry.

It almost seems like a foregone conclusion that the U.S. national ...

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