Brazil face Mexico in an enticing international friendly on Sunday evening.
The Samba Boys brought Jurgen Klinsmann's USA side crashing back to earth last time out with a 4-1 triumph at the FedEx Field. Goals from Neymar, Thiago Silva, Marcelo and Alexandre Pato ended the States' four game winning streak which included a 5-1 demolition of Scotland last weekend.
Mexico come into this clash on the back of a hard fought 2-1 midweek victory over Bosnia & Herzegovina. Manchester United star Javier Fernandez came off the bench to make a decisive contribution against the European outfit with a 90th minute winner and Mexico will be eager to see Chicharito get more playing time in this one.
Brazil boast an impressive head-to-head record against the Mexican having won 18 of their 29 meetings to date and losing just six.
The Selecao are on a nine game winning streak which started with victory over Argentina in last year's Superclasico de las Americas.
The sides last met in October of 2011 with Marcelo and Ronaldhino firing Brazil to a 2-1 win.