USA Vs. Panama, 2011 Gold Cup (Copa Oro) Semifinals: Lineups And Live Match Thread

WASHINGTON, DC - JUNE 19: A young fan of the United States holds an American flag while cheering on the team in second half against Jamaica during the 2011 Gold Cup Quarterfinals on June 19, 2011 at RFK Stadium in Washington, D.C. The United States won 2-0. (Photo by Mitchell Layton/Getty Images)

Who doesn't want to keep tabs on their potential opponents? Well, in my case, I'm an American USMNT supporter who just happens to like the Mexican national team, so this isn't really knowing my "enemy," but I know many of this blog's readers probably aren't huge fans of the United States. They take on Panama in the first semifinal of the night, and once again, Landon Donovan is not in the lineup. For Panama, striker Blas Perez is suspended, which is a huge blow. Here are the lineups.

United States lineup: Howard; Lichaj, Bocanegra, Goodson, Cherundolo; Bradley, Jones; Dempsey, Kljestan, Bedoya; Agudelo

Panama lineup: Penedo; Baloy, Henriquez, Torres, Machado, Gomez, Barahona, Henriquez, Cooper, Quintero, Tejada

If you live in the United States, you can catch this game on television on either Fox Soccer Channel, if you prefer English commentary, or Univision, if you prefer Spanish commentary. Kickoff is just after 7:00 pm ET, 6:00 local time from Houston, TX.

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