The U.S women’s national team will play the first of its final two matches before heading to Japan for the Summer Olympics when it kicks off the WNT Send-Off Series against Mexico Thursday night.

The Concacaf foes will square off at Pratt & Whitney Stadium at Rentschler Field in East Hartford, Conn. at 7:30 p.m. ET on FS1 and TUDN. Official kickoff is slated for 7:38 p.m. ET with pre-match coverage starting at 7 p.m. ET on FS1.

The USA heads into the match against Mexico in the midst of a 42-game unbeaten streak, one shy of matching the second-longest such streak in team history. In its most recent action, the USWNT won all three of its matches at the WNT Summer Series in Texas, beating Portugal, Jamaica and Nigeria.

The Americans’ final match before departing for its pre-Olympic training camp in Miyazaki, Japan, will also take place at the same against Mexico Monday with kickoff slated for 5 p.m. ET on ESPN and the TUDn app.

Thursday’s match will be the 40th meeting between the USWMT and Mexico. Against the fifth most played opponent in program history, the USA has won 37 of the 39 meetings with Mexico and has one loss and one draw against its southern neighbors. The USA has won the last 13 games against Mexico and has outscored La Tri , 56-4, during that run. The USA’s 13-match winning streak against Mexico came after a 2-1 defeat to Mexico in World Cup qualifying in 2010. The USA went on to book a spot at the 2011 Women’s World Cup and is since unbeaten in its last 54 games against Concacaf foes, with a 51-0-3 mark since that defeat to Mexico in Cancun.

The most recent matchup between the teams came on Feb. 7, 2020, when the USWMT qualified for the Olympics with a 4-0 victory over Mexico in the semifinal of the Concacaf Women’s Olympic Qualifying Tournament. Rose Lavelle kicked off the scoring in the fifth minute before two from Samantha Mewis in the 14th and 67th minutes and a chip from Christen Press in the 73rd secured the Americans a spot in Tokyo.

U.S. roster

GOALKEEPERS (2): 18-Adrianna Franch (Portland Thorns FC; 5), 1-Alyssa Naeher (Chicago Red Stars; 71)

DEFENDERS (6): 17-Abby Dahlkemper (Manchester City, ENG; 69/0), 12-Tierna Davidson (Chicago Red Stars; 32/1), 6-Crystal Dunn (Portland Thorns FC; 114/24), 5-Kelley O’Hara (Washington Spirit; 138/2), 4-Becky Sauerbrunn (Portland Thorns FC; 186/0), 14-Emily Sonnett (Washington Spirit; 54/0)

MIDFIELDERS (5): 6-Julie Ertz (Chicago Red Stars; 110/20), 9-Lindsey Horan (Portland Thorns FC; 96/21), 16-Rose Lavelle (OL Reign; 55/14), 6-Kristie Mewis (Houston Dash; 24/4), 3-Samantha Mewis (North Carolina Courage; 75/22)

FORWARDS (5): 7-Tobin Heath (Unattached; 169/33), 10-Carli Lloyd (NJ/NY Gotham FC; 304/125), 13-Alex Morgan (Orlando Pride; 178/110), 11-Christen Press (Unattached; 147/61), 15-Megan Rapinoe (OL Reign; 177/59)

Mexico roster

GOALKEEPERS (2): 1-Emily Alvarado (Texas Christian, USA), 12- Itzel González (Tijuana)

DEFENDERS (7):  2-Bianca Sierra (Tigres), 3-Karina Rodríguez (Washington Spirit, USA), 4-Jocelyn Orejel (América), 5-Jimena López (OL Reign, USA), 13-Reyna Reyes (University of Alabama, USA), 14-Cristina Ferral (Tigres), 15-Nicole Soto (Arizona State, USA)

MIDFIELDERS (8): 6-Rebeca Bernal (Monterrey), 7- Daniela Espinosa (América), 8-Belén Cruz (Tigres), 11-María Sánchez (Tigres), 16-Nancy Antonio (Tigres), 17-Lizbeth Ovalle (Tigres), 18-Dania Pérez (Monterrey), 21-Diana García (Monterrey)

FORWARDS (4): 9-Kiana Palacios (Real Sociedad, ESP), 10-Stefany Mayor (Tigres), 19-Katty Martínez (Tigres), 20-Alison González (Atlas)