It won't be Falcao who is under the most pressure in that Florida friendly, though, as Dunga takes charge of Brazil for the first time since the debacles that ended the host nation's World Cup.
New and slightly new faces have been brought in, such as Liverpool's Philippe Coutinho and Cruzeiro's Everton Ribeiro, but there is little doubt who all eyes will be on.
Dunga was hardly an overwhelmingly popular manager with the Brazil fans the first time he was in the job, but as the nation just about emerges from the state of mourning that greeted the 7-1 loss to Germany in the World Cup semi-finals, any small signs of of comfort will be welcomed.
The new boss once led his nation to World Cup glory as a player, but 20 years on he's got a much, much bigger job on his hands, and it all starts here.
Brazilian football is on the floor, and it's up to the new man to get it looking up again.