ATLANTA - JULY 28: Emmanuel Adebayor #25 of Manchester City scores a penalty kick past goalkeeper Guillermo Ochoa #1 of Club America during the 2010 Aaron's International Soccer Challenge match at Georgia Dome on July 28 2010 in Atlanta Georgia. (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)
El Tri have one more warm-up game before their Gold Cup opener against El Salvador, and this international friendly between Mexico and New Zealand looks like it's going to be a good one. The All Whites have taken a strong team to Denver, and their 4-3-3 (or so it seems) should present an interesting matchup for Mexico and their 4-2-3-1. Predictably, in the absence of Sinha, Giovani Dos Santos starts. Here are the lineups.
New Zealand are a very, very big team, so defending long balls and set pieces will be key for Mexico, as it will be New Zealand's easiest route to a goal. The game kicks off at 10 pm ET, 8 pm local time, and can be seen on Univision in the United States.