Coverage begins 7 a.m. EST at universalsports.com, where the match will be streamed live. Viewers can also watch the match tape delayed at 10 a.m. on Universal Sports Network (does anyone actually get this channel?). Despite the choppy performance against Sweden, I expect Pia will stick with her usual starters this close to the Olympics. Interesting to see if Lloyd returns to the lineup given Cheney's lackluster effort on Saturday. But then again Lloyd didn't make much of an impression either when she came on at halftime, besides clobbering Swedes. Lori Lindsey must have been looking at all those misplaced, inaccurate passes with a wry smile. As always, a Sauerbrunn start would be fantastic, but I'm not holding my breath. After the World Cup final, Algarve Cup win, and draw in Sendai, if Japan gets another result here (win or draw), they'll have a clear psychological advantage going into London. Is Homare Sawa back after her bout with vertigo?