MANAUS, Brazil, June 20 (Reuters) - United States play Portugal in a World Cup Group G match in Manaus on Sunday.
Where: The Amazônia arena, Manaus
When: Sunday June 22, 1800 local time(2200 GMT/6 PM ET)
United States: 1-Tim Howard; 23-Fabian Johnson, 6-John Brooks, 20-Geoff Cameron, 7-DaMarcus Beasley; 15-Kyle Beckerman, 4-Michael Bradley, 13-Jermaine Jones, 11-Alejandro Bedoya; 8-Clint Dempsey; 9-Aron Johansson
Portugal: 12-Rui Patricio; 21-Joao Pereira, 13-Ricardo Costa, 2-Bruno Alves, 19-Andre Almeida; 4-Miguel Veloso, 8-Joao Moutinho, 16-Raul Meireles; 7-Cristiano Ronaldo, 23-Helder Postiga, 17-Nani
- Unites States beat Portugal 3-2 in the only competitive meeting between the two sides, the result helping them advance to the last 16 in the 2002 World Cup at the expense of the Portuguese.
- United States coach Juergen Klinsmann was in charge of his native Germany when they beat Portugal 3-1 in the 2006 tournament's third-place match.
- Portugal suffered their worst World Cup defeat in the previous 4-0 drubbing by Germany.
- Portugal have twice reached the semi-finals in their five previous World Cup appearances.
Previous meetings: These two teams have met five times, winning two games each while one ended in a draw. Four of them were friendlies and they are also level on five goals apiece overall. (Compiled by Zoran Milosavljevic, Editing by Nigel Hunt)