The USA celebrates its semifinal win over Qatar. (Scott Wachter-USA TODAY Sports)

Following a dramatic late victory in the semifinal against Qatar, the U.S. men’s national team will play for its seventh Concacaf Gold Cup championship Sunday night in the 71st meeting between the USA and Mexico.

The archrivals meet in the tournament final for the seventh time.

Sunday night’s contest will be the first senior U.S. national team in the state of Nevada. Coverage from Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas begins at 8 p.m. ET on TUDN and Univision, and 8:30 p.m. ET on FS1, with kickoff at 9 p.m. ET. Fans can follow the USMNT during the tournament on Twitter (@USMNT), Instagram (@USMNT), Facebook and the official U.S. Soccer App.

Utilizing an almost entirely different group of players from the one that defeated Mexico in the Nations League final June 6 in Denver, the USMNT has a shot at its second trophy of the summer.

North America’s biggest rivalry will take center stage once again in Sunday night’s Gold Cup final as the USA and Mexico square off for the regional title for the seventh time. The arch-nemeses met in another Concacaf tournament championship match in last month’s inaugural Nations League Final, an instant classic that featured a Christian Pulisic game-winning goal and a heroic penalty kick save from substitute goalkeeper Ethan Horvath in extra time for a 3-2 win. The USMNT is 20-36-15 all-time vs. El Tri but holds a 15-9-6 edge since the year 2000. The U.S. is 1-5-0 against Mexico in the Gold Cup final and dropped a hard-fought 1-0 loss in the 2019 tournament final in Chicago.

The USA roster

GOALKEEPERS (3): 22-Brad Guzan (Atlanta United; 64/0), 18-Sean Johnson (New York City FC; 9/0), 1-Matt Turner (New England Revolution; 6/0)

DEFENDERS (8): 21-George Bello (Atlanta United; 2/0), 2-Reggie Cannon (Boavista/POR; 21/1), 24-Henry Kessler (New England Revolution; 0/0), 20-Shaq Moore (Tenerife/ESP; 10/1), 4-Donovan Pines (D.C. United; 2/0), 12-Miles Robinson (Atlanta United; 8/2), 16-James Sands (New York City FC; 5/0), 3-Sam Vines (Colorado Rapids; 7/1)

MIDFIELDERS (6): 23-Kellyn Acosta (Colorado Rapids; 36/2), 6-Gianluca Busio (Sporting Kansas City; 5/0), 17-Sebastian Lletget (LA Galaxy; 27/7), 10-Cristian Roldan (Seattle Sounders; 23/0), 19-Eryk Williamson (Portland Timbers; 3/0), 14-Jackson Yueill (San Jose Earthquakes; 15/0)

FORWARDS (6): 7-Paul Arriola (D.C. United; 37/8), 11-Daryl Dike (Orlando City; 8/3), 8-Nicholas Gioacchini (Caen/FRA; 5/3), 13-Matthew Hoppe (Schalke/GER; 4/1), 15-Jonathan Lewis (Colorado Rapids; 8/2), 9-Gyasi Zardes (Columbus Crew; 61/14)

Mexico roster

GOALKEEPERS (3): 12-Rodolfo Cota (Leon; 5/0), 20-Jonathan Orozco (Tijuana; 9/0), 1-Alfredo Talavera (UNAM Pumas; 37/0)

DEFENDERS (7): 4-Edson Alvarez (Ajax/NED; 45/2), 8-Kevin Alvarez (Pachuca; 1/0), 2-Nestor Araujo (Celta Vigo/ESP; 48/3), 15-Hector Moreno (Monterrey; 116/4), 21-Luis Rodriguez (Tigres UANL; 32/2), 5-Osvaldo Rodriguez (Leon; 4/0), 3-Carlos Salcedo (Tigres UANL; 47/1), 19-Gilberto Sepulveda (Chivas Guadalajara; 4/0)

MIDFIELDERS (6): 13-Alan Cervantes (Santos Laguna; 2/0), 23-Jesus Gallardo (Monterrey; 59/0), 14-Erick Gutierrez (PSV Eindhoven/NED; 27/1), 16-Hector Herrera (Atletico Madrid/ESP; 87/9), 6-Jonathan dos Santos (LA Galaxy/USA; 57/5), 10-Orbelin Pineda (Cruz Azul; 36/5)

FORWARDS (6): 18-Efrain Alvarez (LA Galaxy/USA; 4/0), 17-Jesus Corona (Porto/POR; 55/9), 11-Rogelio Funes Mori (Monterrey; 6/4), 24-Rodolfo Pizarro (Inter Miami CF/USA; 33/5), 9-Alan Pulido (Sporting Kansas City/USA; 19/5), 7-Erick Sanchez (Pachuca; 2/0