The US Soccer team is gearing up for another friendly on Sunday June 3rd, with North American rivals Canada being the opponent this time around.
The game will be televised on the NBC Sports Network and its the the two teams first meeting on Canadian Soil since 1997.
With upcoming qualifiers at home against Antigua and Barbuda, and away against Guatemala, it is likely that Jurgen Klinsmann will send out his strongest team for a final warm-up.
In the last few games the squad has lined up in a sort of 4-5-1/4-3-3 formation but is likely that spectators will see a 4-2-3-1 formation.
Here is the lineup.
Goalkeeper: Tim Howard
Right Back: Steve Cherundolo
Center Back: Clarence Goodson
Center Back: Carlos Bocanegra
Left Back: Fabian Johnson
Defensive Midfielder: Jermaine Jones
Defensive Midfielder: Michael Bradley
Right Attacking Midfield: Landon Donovan
Central Attacking Midfield: Clint Dempsey
Left Attacking Midfield: Jose Torres
Forward: Jozy Altidore