It may just be a friendly, but don't tell that to the fans in Torreon. The entire city has been building with anticipation all weekend in advance of tonight's Mexico vs. Brazil match. The fans look to be in for a treat as both sides have brought strong lineups to the table. This game has the potential for fireworks in the attacking third, with Mexico's Guardado, Dos Santos, and Chicharito taking on Brazil's Hulk, Neymar, and Ronaldinho.
Will this be Jose Manuel "Chepo" de la Torre's first loss as Mexico manager? If nothing else, fans should be in for a highly-entertaining match. Lineups and television information for Mexico vs. Brazil can be found below.
Mexico lineup: Oswaldo Sanchez, Carlos Salcido, Rafael Marquez, Francisco Rodriguez, Efrain Juarez, Jorge Torres Nilo, Israel Castro, Andres Guardado, Giovani Dos Santos, Pablo Barrera; Javier Hernandez.
Brazil lineup: Jefferson, Dani Alves, Thiago Silva, Marcelo, David Luiz, Lucas Leiva, Fernandinho, Lucas Moura, Hulk, Neymar, Ronaldinho.
The match kicks off from Estadio TSM Corona at 9:30pm eastern (8:30pm local time in Torreon), with television coverage in the United States on ESPN2 and Univision.