The US men’s national team is set to return to the international stage on Wednesday, when it hosts Brazil in the 2018 World Cup Qualifier in Houston.
As the team prepares for the game, I spoke with US Soccer senior technical director Matt Parsons to discuss the group’s chances in the game and the current squad’s chances of qualifying for the 2019 World Cup.
Here are a few things to keep an eye on for the USA:*The US will look to extend its winning streak to three games, having gone winless in the last three matches.*The US has scored in each of the last four matches in the series against the defending champions*USA will look for a third straight win in its next match, a 3-0 victory against Honduras on Wednesday in Houston*USA is still the only unbeaten team in the group, and the Americans only two points away from the top spot.*If the US qualifies, it will join the defending champion Colombia, who have won all three matches so far.
If the USA loses, it could face Colombia in the second round of the tournament, and then Argentina in the third.
I think the US is in pretty good shape right now.
They’ve had a few good performances over the past couple of weeks.
It’s good for them to be able to get back into the World Cup in front of their fans.
But we have to see how they go tomorrow.
I think we have a couple of very good matches ahead of us, but it’s too early to tell.
We have to get some confidence in the squad, and I think the team is still very hungry to play for the World Series, and we’re hoping that we can get some points on the board.
The next game against Mexico on Wednesday will determine whether or not the USA qualifies for the 2018 tournament in Russia.
The team is aiming to qualify for the tournament in a best-of-three format, meaning that if the US does not win the match against Mexico, it would be eliminated from the tournament.
The US men will also look to secure the victory against Mexico to ensure that they qualify for next summer’s World Cup tournament.USA’s hopes of qualifying from the 2018 Confederations Cup were derailed when the US was eliminated from that tournament due to an injury to center back Tim Howard.
Howard was the only player on the US squad to make the final roster of the Confederations cup, and he was an important part of the team’s final World Cup performance.
The United States’ Confederations championship squad was composed of several key players from its squad that made the final cut, including Clint Dempsey, Fabian Johnson, and Tim Howard in a group that also included Jordan Morris, Omar Gonzalez, and Geoff Cameron.
Howard missed the tournament after breaking his leg in the opening match of the championship.
He has since been able to train with the squad and play in the World Championship, but his return to play in a World Cup final will be a significant boost to the squad.
In addition, it is not uncommon for American players to miss the Confederates Cup in the midst of a World War II re-enactment, as it is considered a patriotic event.
The US will have to make a decision about how to respond to the injury to Howard, and Parsons will be tasked with making the decision.
I don’t think that it’s going to change the way the team plays, but I think it’s important to make sure that we’re all healthy and ready for the Confederators Cup.
I am not sure what that’s going (to) do.
I’m sure we’re going to have a few days to digest that, and it’s very important to have him back and ready to go.
We have to be patient.
The best thing for him is to come back and get some minutes in a friendly, and that’s what we’re planning.
The final match against the Mexican National Team will determine if the USA will make the 2019 Confederations World Cup, and how it will qualify for a playoff with the top four teams in each group.
The USA defeated the Mexico side 4-2 on Wednesday to earn a berth into the tournament next summer.
It will be the final match before the World War I era in which the US played at the World Cups.
The United States will face Costa Rica, who defeated Costa Rica 2-0 on Wednesday.