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The U.S. men’s national team begins its 2022 FIFA World Cup tonight with a Group B showdown with Wales (2 p.m., FOX).

The Americans head into their first World Cup match in eight years knowing a loss could doom them in group play, while a win would set them up well heading into their second match, against England, which dominated Iran in a 6-2 romp earlier on Sunday.

The USMNT starting lineup features most of Gregg Berhalter’s first-choice regulars, with two expected changes, with Josh Sargent starting at striker and Tim Ream starting in central defense next to Walker Zimmerman.

The other big lineup decision is Tim Weah getting the starting nod ahead of Gio Reyna on the right wing. Here is the full USMNT lineup:

Here we go.

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— U.S. Men’s National Soccer Team (@USMNT) November 21, 2022

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