The United States will play Japan and Saudia Arabia in its last two World Cup warmups.

The fifteenth positioned Americans will play No. 23 Japan in a show on Sept. 23 at a European site that is yet to be reported, the U.S. Soccer Federation said Tuesday.

After four days, the U.S. will confront No. 49 Saudi Arabia in a well disposed four days after the fact in Murcia, Spain.

Japan starts Group E play against Germany on Nov. 23, faces Costa Rica on Nov. 27, and Spain on Dec. 1.

Saudi Arabia begins Group C against Argentina on Nov. 22, plays Poland four days after the fact, and Mexico on Nov. 30.

"We are satisfied to have the chance to gauge ourselves against individual World Cup members," USMNT lead trainer Gregg Berhalter said

The World Cup in the wake of missing 2018, the U.S. is in Group B of the competition in Qatar. The Americans open against No. 18 Wales on Nov. 21, face No. 5 England in a Black Friday matchup and finish the primary round against No. 21 Iran on Nov. 29.

"Along with the two games in June against Morocco and Uruguay, we will have encountered an extraordinary variety of styles and quality rivals to assist us with planning for what lies ahead at the World Cup in November."

Japan is overseen by Hajime Moriyasu and finished the AFC World Cup Qualifying with a 15-2-1 record, including an unbeaten 8-0-0 imprint with a +44 objective differential in its Second Round Group.

interesting that we are deciding not to play a country with a reasonable ability advantage over us like England will have. This US group has not exactly played a predominant rival yet, and I'd be exceptionally inquisitive to perceive how we arranged against one.