Foxborough, Massachusetts, Sporting Alert – USA and five-time world champions Brazil will meet tonight in a friendly football international game.
The United States make three changes to the side that beat Peru in the last friendly, with midfielder Michael Bradley coming back to captain the home side tonight at Gillette Stadium.
Jeff Cameron and Michael Orozco also start this came for the USA who is continuing its tune up preparations for the CONCACAF World Cup qualifiers, as well as a Confederation Cup playoff date with arch-rivals Mexico in October.
For Brazil, Neymar is once again left on the bench, as head coach Dunga continues to use a side he hopes to play in the country’s upcoming World Cup qualifying games.
The Barcelona forward Neymar was not happy about being on the substitutes bench for the last game against Costa Rica and he didn’t hesitate to let Dunga know his feelings.
In fact, Neymar played just eight minutes in the 1-0 win over Costa Rica and he was not happy about traveling so far with the national squad to sit the bench.
Meanwhile, Douglas Costa, Hulk and Lucas Lima are all in the attack for Brazil, with Willian also starting as well.
Kaka, Lucas Moura, Marquinhos, Philippe Coutinho, Rafinha and Roberto Firmino are all on the bench and could play some part in tonight’s game.
USA Team: 1 B. Guzan 20 G. Cameron 15 M. Orozco 23 T. Ream 19 V. Alvarado 2 D. Yedlin 13 J. Jones 4 M. Bradley 11 A. Bedoya 17 J. Altidore 21 G. Zardes. Subs: 9 A. Jóhannsson, 7 A. Morales, 18 B. Wood, 14 D. Williams, 25 G. Garza, 24 J. Corona, 16 J. Spector, 10 M. Diskerud, 3 O. Gonzalez, 12 T. Howard, 8 J. Morris
Brazil Team: 12 Marcelo Grohe, 3 João Miranda, 4 David Luiz, 6 Marcelo, 2 Fabinho, 19 Willian, 17 Luiz Gustavo, 8 Elias, 7 Douglas Costa, 24 Lucas Lima, 21 Hulk. Subs: 23 Alisson, 15 Danilo, 16 Douglas Santos, 5 Fernandinho, 14 Gabriel Paulista, 1 Jefferson, 20 Kaka, 22 Lucas Moura, 13 Marquinhos, 10 Neymar, 11 Philippe Coutinho, 18 Rafinha, 9 Roberto Firmino.