The World Cup qualifying match between Mexico and the United States is less than an hour away on FS1 and the lineups are in. Who's in the team for El Tri and the USMNT?
Mexico starting lineup
Guillermo Ochoa; Carlos Salcedo, Diego Reyes, Alberto Moreno, Oswaldo Alanis; Hector Herrera, Jonathan Dos Santos, Marco Fabian; Carlos Vela, Chicharito, Hirving Lozano
Juan Carlos Osorio named a potent attacking lineup with a forward trident that could cause a lot of issues for the Americans. A well-rested Chicharito is a major threat
Rodolfo Cota, Alfredo Talavera, Luis Ricardo Reyes, Jesus Duenas, Javier Aquino, Orbelin Pineda, Jesus Molina, Jesus Gallardo, Raul Jimenez, Giovani dos Santos, Oribe Peralta, Jurgen Damm
Blessed with exception depth, Mexico has a host of talented players they can bring in off the bench.
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United States starting lineup
Brad Guzan; Omar Gonzalez, Geoff Cameron, Tim Ream; Deandre Yedlin, Kellyn Acosta, Michael Bradley, DaMarcus Beasley; Paul Arriola, Bobby Wood, Christian Pulisic
USMNT manager Bruce Arena mentioned rotating players and he stood by that in a big way. Perhaps the biggest surprise is the change in goal, with Tim Howard out and Guzan in. Having just played on June 8 and having to travel to Mexico City, the United States lines up with a significantly different starting XI than the one that faced Trinidad & Tobago.
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United States bench
Tim Howard, Nick Rimando, Matt Besler, John Brooks, Clint Dempsey, Dax McCarty, Darlington Nagbe, Jozy Altidore, Jordan Morris, Graham Zusi, Matt Hedges, Fabian Johnson
Arena has plenty of firepower on his bench if he wants to turn to it. A number of usual starters for the USMNT could be called upon to be difference-makers against Mexico.