It's FIFA's last international break before coaches need to submit their 23-man rosters for the World Cup. That means a whole slew of teams is putting effort into a bunch of games classified as "friendlies," looking to fine-tune their squads, evaluate players on the margins, and perhaps show off a bit before arriving in Brazil.
Speaking of Brazil, it's their friendly with South African that gets the day started - it all kicks off at noon ET. Then it's off to Spain, where World Cup dark horses Colombia will see if they're still favored when playing against Tunisia without Falcao.
Next up is Argentina, who are likely to make a deep run in Brazil, taking on Romania in Bucharest. That's at the same time that the USMNT is taking on Ukraine, in a match originally scheduled in Kharkiv but moved to Cyprus.
While those two matches are taking place, a handful of other fun ones kick off, including England versus Denmark, Chile visiting Germany and France hosting Netherlands. Then at 2 p.m. ET, it's one of the biggest games of the day, when Spain and Italy go head to head in Madrid.
Everything wraps up at 8:30 p.m. ET, when Mexico and Nigeria meet in Atlanta. With Mexico's performances during qualification, El Tri certainly will have an eye toward adjustments, as will Nigeria, who have a tough group to get out of.