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USA vs. Brazil Women's International Friendly: How to Watch, TV Info, Live Stream, Lineups and More

The World Cup Victory Tour arrives in Orlando today. Can the U.S. continue its dominance on home soil in the Citrus Bowl? And how many future Orlando Pride players will we see?

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Welcome to your open thread for the United States Women's National Team's Orlando "Victory Tour" match against Brazil. There should be a huge crowd in the Citrus Bowl for this match, with more than 30,000 tickets already sold. The U.S. is 25-3-5 against Brazil in the series

The Yanks got a late strike from (who else) Carli Lloyd to draw 1-1 with Brazil Wednesday night in Seattle, in what was midfielder Shannon Boxx's final international match. Boxx isn't the only one retiring. Today is midfielder Lauren Holiday's final game in the Red, White & Blue. Although there's plenty of game left in Holiday, she's leaving the game to focus on family. That's never a bad thing, but her quality will be missed by USWNT fans. Today should b her 133rd cap for the U.S., giving her sole possession of 21st place on the all-time list.

Today might also be a great opportunity for you to see a few future members of Orlando Pride. The Alex Morgan rumors are the loudest, because she's perhaps the most identifiable player on the team, but there are also rumblings about Cocoa Beach native Ashlyn Harris -- backup goalkeeper to Hope Solo -- coming home to play in Florida as well.

And you never know who else might end up with the Pride.  Ali Krieger is apparently besties with Harris and has been seen in Orlando in recent weeks. And we might see another player (perhaps Heather O'Reilly) left unprotected in the upcoming Nov. 2 NWSL Expansion Draft.

Today's game is a friendly, so let's have some fun. But of course, we want a victory (it is the Victory Tour, after all) to keep the USWNT's home unbeaten streak alive. The U.S. made it 101 consecutive matches on home soil without a loss with Wednesday's draw. The USWNT is 88-0-13 at home, dating back to a Nov. 6, 2004 -- a 3-1 loss in Philadelphia against Denmark in an international friendly.

Can the USWNT make it 102 in a row? We'll find out soon.

Go America!

And don't forget to vote in our poll below.

Official Lineups:

U.S. Women's National Team:

Goalkeeper: Hope Solo

Defenders: Ali Krieger, Becky Sauerbrunn, Lori Chalupny, Crystal Dunn, Emily Sonnett

Midfielders: Lauren Holiday, Morgan Brian, Tobin Heath

Forwards: Alex Morgan, Lindsey Horan

Bench: Ashlyn Harris, Alyssa Naeher, Christie Rampone, Kelley O'Hara, Whitney Engen, Julie Johnston, Meghan Klingenberg, Gina Lewandowski, Shannon Boxx, Heather O'Reilly, Carli Lloyd, Megan Rapinoe, Samantha Mewis, Sydney Leroux, Amy Rodriguez, Abby Wambach, Christen Press, Stephanie McCaffrey

Head Coach: Jill Ellis

Brazil:

Goalkeepers: Luciana

Defenders: Fabiana, Rafaelle, Erika, Tamires

Midfielders: Andressinha, Marta, Formiga, Andressa Alves, Thaisa

Forward: Cristiane

Bench: Andreia, Monica, Poliana, Rilany, Bia Vaz, Rafaela, Raquel, Gabi Zanotti, Beatriz

Head Coach: Oswaldo Alvarez

How to Watch:

Match time: 2:30 p.m. (ET)

Venue: Citrus Bowl -- Orlando, FL

TV: FOX Sports 1

Live Stream: FOX Sports Go

Twitter: For rapid reaction and live updates, follow along with @StarsStripesFC or via @ussoccer_wnt.

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