Former world champions Brazil and
Argentina will face each other in a friendly in New Jersey on
June 9, the Argentina Football Association announced on Tuesday.
The match, which could feature Lionel Messi, the Argentine
who was named World Player of the Year for the third time in a
row, will be played at the new Meadowlands stadium in East
Rutherford, home to the NFL's New York Giants and New York Jets.
As the fixture takes place on a designated FIFA slot for
international games, both teams will be able to call on their
top players based in Europe.
Argentina will also face Saudia Arabia in a friendly in
Riyadh on November 14, the AFA said.
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