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The USMNT takes on Peru in what could be Dave Sarachan’s last match at the helm of the Yanks.

Colombia v United States Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images

Welcome to your match thread as the United States Men’s National Team takes on Peru in what might be U.S. Interim Head Coach Dave Sarachan’s last match in charge. The Yanks came back from a one-goal deficit before falling 4-2 to Colombia on Thursday. Since then, goalkeeper Zack Steffen has left the team in a precautionary move after some hamstring tightness.

Sarachan promised that there will changes to his starting XI today and Steffen’s replacement will be Brad Guzan. Guzan is a longtime backup of Tim Howard, but has managed to get 58 caps. The 34-year-old has the second-most caps on this team, behind Michael Bradley’s 141 — Bradley is third on the USMNT all-time cap list.

Peru and the U.S. have only played six times and the series is almost perfectly even. The Yanks hold a slight advantage with a record of 3-2-1. The U.S. currently is riding a two-game win streak in the series, after losing two in a row, and will look to continue the trend tonight.



Goalkeepers: Brad Guzan (Atlanta United FC; 58/0), Ethan Horvath (Club Brugge/BEL;2/0).

Defenders: John Brooks (Wolfsburg/GER; 35/3), Reggie Cannon (FC Dallas; 0/0), Cameron Carter-Vickers (Swansea City/WAL; 5/0), Aaron Long (New York Red Bulls; 0/0), Matt Miazga (Nantes/FRA; 10/1), Antonee Robinson (Wigan Athletic/ENG; 5/0), Ben Sweat (New York City FC; 1/0), DeAndre Yedlin (Newcastle United/ENG; 55/0).

Midfielders: Kellyn Acosta (Colorado Rapids; 20/2), Jonathan Amon (Nordsjælland/DEN; 0/0), Michael Bradley (Toronto FC/CAN; 141/17), Marky Delgado (Toronto FC/CAN; 4/0), Julian Green (Greuther Fürth/GER; 13/4), Fafa Picault (Philadelphia Union; 2/0), Kenny Saief (Anderlecht/BEL; 3/0), Wil Trapp (Columbus Crew SC; 8/0), Tim Weah (Paris Saint-Germain/FRA; 6/1).

Forwards: Andrija Novakovich (Fortuna Sittard/NED; 2/0), Josh Sargent (Werder Bremen/GER; 4/1), Bobby Wood (Hannover 96/GER; 42/13).


Goalkeepers: Patricio Álvarez (Sporting Cristal; 0/0), José Carvallo (Universidad Técnica de Cajamarca; 6/0), Pedro Gallese (Veracruz/MEX; 45/0).

Defenders: Luis Advíncula (Rayo Vallecano/ESP; 72/1), Alexander Callens (Rayo Vallecano/ESP; 72/1), Wilder Cartagena (Veracruz/MEX; 4/0), Nilson Loyola (Melgar; 5/0), Johan Madrid (Sporting Cristal; 0/0), Christian Ramos (Al-Nassr/KSA; 73/3), Anderson Santamaría (Puebla/MEX; 11/0), Miguel Trauco (Flamengo/BRA; 33/0).

Midfieders: Pedro Aquino (Club León/MEX; 18/3), Horacio Calcaterra (Sporting Cristal; 3/0), Christian Cueva (Krasnodar/RUS; 52/8), Edison Flores (Morelia/MEX; 35/9), Paolo Hurtado (Konyaspor/TUR; 35/3), Sergio Peña (C.D. Tondela/POR; 5/0), Renato Tapia (Feyenoord/NED; 35/3), Yoshimar Yotún (Orlando City SC/USA; 79/2).

Forwards: André Carillo (Al-Hilal/KSA; 52/6), Andy Polo (Portland Timbers/USA; 18/1), Yordy Reyna (Vancouver Whitecaps FC/CAN; 19/2), Raúl Ruidíaz (Seattle Sounders FC/USA; 33/4).

How to Watch

Match Time: 7:30 p.m. ET.

Venue: Pratt & Whitney Stadium at Rentschler Field — East Hartford, CT.

TV: ESPN2, Univision.

Streaming: fuboTV, Univision NOW, Watch ESPN.

Twitter: For rapid reaction and live updates, follow along at @ussoccer and @TheManeLand. Also, be sure to follow @StarsAndStripesFC.

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