Brazil will be looking to extend their winning run to nine games when they face Mexico at the Cowboys Stadium in Texas, and there is every chance we will see a very interesting game between two strong sides.
With the 2012 Olympics just around the corner, Brazil coach Mano Menezes opted to pick his Under-23 team for the latest run of friendly games.
The likes of Jefferson, Thiago Silva, David Luiz, Marcelo and Hulk have also been added and they will be considered for the three places in the squad that will go to players older than 23.
When one takes into account that the Under-23 side feature star players like Rafael, Ganso, Sandro, Lucas Moura, Neymar and Pato, it is not difficult to see why the Selecao had no problems beating both Denmark and United States away.
The team are now looking for their ninth straight friendly victory and they are 1.67 (2/3) with Stan James to beat Mexico as well.
Alexandre Pato could start after recovering from injury, with Leandro Damiao dropping to the bench.
Probable starting line-up (4-3-3): Rafael Cabral – Danilo, Juan, Thiago Silva, Marcelo – Sandro, Romulo, Oscar – Hulk, Pato, Neymar.
Mexico are also undergoing a squad rebuilding process, although more experienced players like Rafael Marquez, Carlos Salcido, Francisco Rodriguez and Antonio De Nigris are still in the side.
El Tri have already played two friendly games since arriving to the training camp, beating Wales and Bosnia-Hercegovina, but there are no doubts the game against Brazil will be much more difficult.
Mexico boss Jose Manuel de la Torre is hoping the experience of his players will prove to be an asset against the youthful Selecao and you should know bet365 pays 6.00 (5/1) on away win.
Boss De la Torre is unlikely to make major changes to the side that started the last two games, although Javier Hernandez and Rafa Marquez should start after recovering from injury.
Probable starting line-up (4-4-2): Ochoa – Meza, Rodriguez, Ayala, Salcido – Barrera, Zavala, Marquez, Guardado – Hernandez, Dos Santos.