Paraguay manager Ramon Diaz has confirmed his starting 11 to take on the United States in the all-important final Group A match. Unlike most managers who wait until the last possible second of an hour before kickoff, Diaz has named his starting lineup a full 25 hours before kickoff.
Jurgen Klinsmann will now have a full day to assess his opponent's lineup and make the necessary changes if needed. That could be an advantage or it could be a brilliant mind game by the Paraguay boss. Or, in reality, it probably means nothing but it's fun to speculate about.
The USA have named the same starting lineup in both matches so far in the Copa America. Will Klinsmann make any changes? We've already talked about a change we'd like to see, but who knows what the USA manager will decide on once kickoff arrives.
Here's Paraguay's confirmed lineup: (4-4-2) Justo Villar; Paulo Da Silva, Gustavo Gomez, Fabian Balbuena, Miguel Samudio; Derlis Gonzalez, Victor Ayala, Celso Oritz, Miguel Almiron; Antonio Sanabria, Dario Lezcano
Do you think Paraguay naming their lineup early will affect Klinsmann's decision making?