Here is how Brazil and Mexico will lineup for tonight's friendly in Sao Paulo.
Brazil starting XI: Jefferson; Danilo, David Luiz, Miranda, Filipe Luis; Casemiro, Elias, Willian, Coutinho, Fred; Tardelli.
Mexico starting XI: Corona; Ayala, Marquez, Dominguez, Corral, Aldrete; Guemez, Osuna, Corona; Herrera, Jimenez.
Brazil and Mexico will gear up for this summer's Copa America by facing each other in Sao Paulo this evening, just four days before the start of the competition.
The two sides locked horns at the World Cup last summer, and that game finish 0-0 in Fortaleza - though the two teams have seen plenty of changes in the year since.
Brazil's starting line-up is almost unrecognisable, with the likes of Diego Tardelli and Elias starting, as well as Shakhtar Donetsk midfielder Fred.
There is Premier League representation too, with Chelsea duo Filipe Luis and Willian joining Liverpool star Philippe Coutinho in the side.
Meanwhile, Mexico have chosen to rest the majority of their star players ahead of the CONCACAF Gold Cup later this month, meaning the side tonight - and for Copa America - won't host too many familiar names.
Experienced captain Rafael Marquez remains at centre back whilst Twente winger Jesus Corona and Atletico Madrid striker Raul Jimenez will lead the attack for Miguel Herrera's men as they look to spring a surprise this evening.