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USA vs Germany, Starting Lineups and World Cup Open Thread

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This is it. After today’s match, we’ll know if USA and/or Germany are progressing to the next round as well as who will be going home. Kickoff is at Noon ET/9am PT. Don’t miss it chaps.

Where to watch -

For viewers keen to catch this game from USA, this is where they can tune in.

English language: ESPN and WatchESPN
Spanish language: Univision, Univision Deportes Network and Univision online
Portuguese language: ESPN Deportes or ESPN Deportes+

Referee -

Ravshan IRMATOV (Uzbekistan)

Starting XI:

United States: Howard, Gonzalez, Bradley, Besler, Beasley, Dempsey (c), Jones, Davis, Beckerman, Zusi, Johnson

Germany: Neuer, Howedes, Hummels, Schweinsteiger, Ozil, Podolski, Muller, Lahm (c), Mertesacker, Kroos, Boateng

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