Here's how Minnesota United will line up against Deportivo Saprissa on Wednesday at TCF Bank Stadium:

Matt Lampson

Wyatt Omsberg, Bertrand Owundi Eko'o, Francisco Calvo

Carter Manley, Collin Martin, Maximiano, Harrison Heath, Eric Miller

Frantz Pangop, Mason Toye

Bench: Alex Kapp, Brent Kallman, Tyrone Mears, Collen Warner, Miguel Ibarra, Alexi Gomez, Christian Ramirez

Coach Adrian Heath chose to field all the reserve players in this international friendly (see what he had to say about that here). For Owundi Eko'o, this is his first appearance for the Loons. Kapp is the only other player on the roster who has yet to play. The rest of the starting lineup also has limited minutes this season.

Well, with the exception of Calvo and Miller. But Miller is still working back to fitness after missing some games with a hamstring injury. He hasn't started a match since June 3. And Saprissa is Calvo's old team from when he was in Costa Rica, so he has to play.

If you want to flash back, here is my story from last year's international friendly, which was a 1-1 draw with Atlas FC.

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