The United State’s Men’s National team are set to play the final game in the “Send-Off Series” today in Jacksonville, Florida against Nigeria. This is the third and final friendly for both teams before heading to the World Cup in Brazil. The USMNT are looking for a third win to gain some much needed momentum before heading to a very difficult Group E alongside Ghana, Portugal and Germany.
Nigeria has finished with a draw in both friendlies against Scotland and Greece and are set to face Argentina, Bosnia-Herzegovina and Iran in Group F once landing in Brazil.
Jurgen Klinsman and the USMNT faced Azerbaijan on May 27 in San Francisco at Candlestick Park and won 2-0, then defeated Turkey 2-1 on June 1st at the Red Bull Arena in New York.
The United States play their first game of the 2014 World Cup against Ghana on June 16 in the Estadio das Dunas stadium in Natal, Brazil.
Nigeria play their first game June 16 against Iran in Curitiba.
Here are tonight’s viewing options for the US vs Nigeria:
United States vs. Nigeria, 6:00 pm, ESPN, WatchESPN, UniMás and simulcast on Univision Deportes Network
USA: Howard; Johnson, Cameron, Besler, Beasley; Jones, Beckerman; Dempsey, Bradley, Bedoya; Altidore
Nigeria: Enyeama, Oshaniwa, Yobo, Ambrose, Oboabona, Azeez, Mikel, Moses, Onazi, Osaze, Ameobi
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