The U.S. men’s national team will play its final match before the World Cup today, as Gregg Berhalter deploys as close to a first-choice lineup as he has available to take on Saudi Arabia (2 p.m., FS1, UniMas, TUDN).
Christian Pulisic is back in the starting lineup after sitting out Friday’s 2-0 loss to Japan with a minor injury, and he is joined in the USMNT attack by Gio Reyna and Ricardo Pepi.
The USMNT defense will feature Aaron Long and Walker Zimmerman in central defense, with Sergiño Dest shifting to left back while DeAndre Yedlin starts at right back.
Here is the starting lineup the USMNT will deploy against Saudi Arabia today:
Today’s match against fellow World Cup participant Saudi Arabia is the USMNT’s final match before the FIFA World Cup, with Berhalter set to announce his 26-man roster on November 9th.
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Enjoy the action.