The U.S. national team and Mexico are two sides going through a team rebuild, and will face each other at the Nissan Stadium in Nashville, Tennessee on Tuesday evening.
Both are sides in transition, with Mexico picking up the pieces following an average World Cup campaign and introducing a fresh squad to lead the new generation of El Tri, as the search for a permanent manager continues.
|Game||USMNT v Mexico|
|Date||Tuesday, September 11|
|Time||1:30am BST / 8:30pm EST|
TV Channel, Live Stream & How To Watch
In the United States (US), the game will be shown on ESPN and streamed online via the ESPN+ app .
|US TV channel||Online stream|
|UK TV channel||Online stream|
Squads & Team News
|Goalkeepers||Steffen, Bono, Horvath|
|Defenders||Yedlin, Miazga, Carter-Vickers, Lichaj, Robinson, Parker, Moore, Long|
|Midfielders||Adams, McKennie, Roldan, Weah, Green, Trapp, Acosta, Delgado|
|Forwards||Wood, Zardes, Novakovich|
John Brooks has returned to Wolfsburg and Paul Arriola has gone back to D.C. United following the defeat to Brazil in New Jersey. Christian Pulisic is not involved and remains with Dortmund after picking up an injury that has ruled him out of international action.
Potential USMNT XI: Steffen; Lichaj, Miazga, Carter-Vickers, Yedlin; Weah, Acosta, Trapp, Roldan; Wood, Zardes.
|Defenders||Ayala, Gallardo, Alanis, Alvarez, Rodriguez, Angulo, Abella, Arteaga|
|Midfielders||Dos Santos, Hernandez, Pineda, Gonzalez, Alvarado, Guzman, Lainez, Aguirre|
|Forwards||Jimenez, Pulido, Zaldivar|
The likes of Hirving Lozano, Erick Gutierrez and Guillermo Ochoa will not be travelling to Nashville and will instead return to their domestic clubs.
Potential Mexico XI: Lajud; Abella, Alvarez, Alanis, Arteaga; Lainez, Gonzalez, Aguirre; Jimenez, Zaldivar.
Betting & Match Odds
The United States are priced at odds of 19/10 to win according to bet 365, while a draw is available at 11/4. A win for El Tri is up for 29/20.
The USMNT and Mexico rivalry is a storied one, and Tuesday's clash should be nothing short of intense. Both sides will not only be fuelled by their rivalry but their aim to bounce back from two miserable defeats.
With the majority of each side's obvious stars and experienced players not included in the team and a slew of young talent to feature, it will be the chance to showcase what is to come for the next generation.
In addition to the absences of Hirving Lozano, Erick Gutierrez and Guillermo Ochoa, Javier Hernandez has also opted to stay behind with West Ham, which paves the way for an emerging squad to impress interim coach Tuca.
The USMNT will be dejected following a 2-0 loss to an all-star Brazil team that fielded all of its big names, with Neymar leading the line. The half-empty MetLife Stadium in New Jersey was a sorry sight for Dave Sarachan's side, though they will be eager to lift spirits and bounce back with a performance against El Tri.
Mexico also suffered a loss to South American opposition - 4-1 to Uruguay - with Barcelona forward Luis Suarez scoring twice in eight minutes. The most recent result between Mexico and the USMNT was a 1-1 draw in June 2017 in a World Cup qualifier, and both sides will be desperate to win this time around.