Lineups unveiled for USMNT, Brazil clash in Massachusetts; Cameron in, Neymar out

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Gillette Stadium is the scene for a high-profile Tuesday friendly between Jurgen Klinsmann’s United States and Dunga’s Brazil.

The visitors have lost just once since the 2014 World Cup ended, with nine clean sheets a part of their 13-1-1 record.

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The States last beat Brazil at the 1998 Gold Cup, a 1-0 result off a Preki goal.

The 8 p.m. ET kickoff sees John Anthony Brooks out of the States lineup with a knock, while Michael Bradley re-enters the engine room. Geoff Cameron will commandeer a back line with Tim Ream, Ventura Alvarado and Michael Orozco.

For Brazil, there’s a wildly-talented bench including Neymar, Philippe Coutinho and Kaka.


USMNT: Guzan, Orozco, Cameron, Alvarado, Ream; Jones, Bedoya, Bradley, Yedlin, Zardes; Altidore

Subs: Howard, Gonzalez, Morales, Morris, Johannsson, Diskerud, Williams, Spector, Wood, Corona, Garza.

Brazil: Grohe, Fabinho, Miranda, Luiz, Marcelo, Gustavo, Elias, Willian, Lima, Douglas Costa, Hulk

Subs:  Jefferson, Coutinho, Rafinha, Alisson, Marquinhos, Kaka, Fernandinho, Gabriel, Lucas, Firmino, Danilo, Neymar, Santos

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