When and where: The international friendly kicks-off from Cowboys Stadium at 3.05 p.m. ET. Live overage will be provided by Univision, with a live stream on Univision.com.
Preview: Mexico completes its trio of U.S. friendlies with a mouth-watering contest against Brazil in Dallas. So far, El Tri has recorded victories over Wales and Bosnia and Herzegovina as they look to prepare for the start of World Cup qualification against Guyana on June 8.
Javier Hernandez gave Mexico a last-gasp 2-1 win over a talented Bosnia side in Chicago on Thursday, but manager Jose Manuel de la Torre knows his side will face a step-up in quality against Brazil. Yet he is not fazed by the challenge of taking on some of the world's best, including the much-hyped Neymar.
We're not just going to be observing and analyzing a player like Neymar, he said, according to Goal.com. Brazil is a very young team that is well put together. But we're going to look for their weaknesses, they do have some, to try and win.
With just three days having passed since their last outing, De la Torre is likely to make some changes to his lineup, with Hernandez a possible starter.
Without the necessity of playing a grueling World Cup qualification campaign, coach of the 2014 hosts Mano Menezes will be looking to continue to find a right blend, particularly going forward.
Brazil scored an impressive 4-1 victory over the U.S. last time out, with Neymar again to the fore with a goal and two assists.
Mexico (probable, 4-3-3)
D: Maza, Salcido, Rodriguez, Torres
M: Barrera, Zavala, Andrade, Guardado
F: Dos Santos, Hernandez, De Nigris
Brazil (probable, 4-2-3-1)
D: Danilo, Thiago Silva, David Luiz, Marcelo
M: Sandro, Romulo
F: Hulk, Leandro Damiao, Neymar
Prediction: With De la Torre set to go for a three-man attack this promises to be an entertaining friendly. But it is Brazil's likely offensive trio, featuring an in-form Hulk, lethal striker Damiao and the skill and trickery of Neymar that should see the Selecao to victory.
Mexico 1-2 Brazil