And the action kicks off at 10 a.m. as the U.S.A will face Russia's national team in an International Friendly played in Stadion Kuban.
The U.S. team enters the match ranked No. 27 in the world as they face a No. 9 ranked Russian squad.
However, the world will get to see the young and dynamic players the U.S. will unveal in full force in years to come. These young stars are Josh Gatt, 20-year-old Joe Gyau, Mix Diskerud and Chivas USA striker Juan Agudelo.
Agudelo, according to Goal.com, became the youngest player to score a goal for the U.S. national team at the age of 17 as he did it against South Africa in his debut.
The U.S. has posted a 9-2-2 record in 2012, their winning percentage best in the modern era and they will use this momentum to try to defeat the Russian squad for the first time since 1993.
The fans have spoken and they predict that Russia will walk out with the victory.
47.5% say Russia will win. 36% see the USA getting the victory.
Of the close to 48% who predicted a Russian win, 15 percent foresee a 2-0 score in favor of Russia, while another 11 perscent say it will finish 2-1 Russia.
Of the 35 percent who predicted a U.S. victory, 15 percent believe they will take it 2-1.
16 percent of fans think it will end in a tie.
Check out the probably lineups for both squads.
RUSSIA--- Akinfeev, Anyukov, Ber'skiy, Ignashevich, Kombarov, Denisov, Shirokov, Faizulin, Dzagoev, Kerzhakov, Bystrov
USA--- Howard, Chandler, Bocanegra, Cameron, Johnson Bradley, Williams, Jones, Gatt, Altidore, Gomez
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