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The U.S. men’s national team is in Washington D.C. this week preparing for Saturday’s CONCACAF World Cup qualifier against Cuba and while there are several young standouts in the 23-man camp, you still get the feeling that Bob Bradley will stick with the veterans at least one more time.
A win clinches a berth in the final round of World Cup qualifying with two games remaining in this qualifying round. That is two opportunities to see many of the young players that fans have been clamoring for.
Will Bradley wait, or will he incorporate some of the young guns on Saturday?
With that in mind, here is the lineup I think we will see on Saturday:
PROJECTED USA lineup vs. Cuba
I could definitely see Jozy Altidore getting a start, as well as Maurice Edu in central midfield, but I think we will see this starting XI again, with three young players getting looks as second-half subs.
Now it’s your turn. What lineup would you like to see Bradley trot out against the Cubans at RFK Stadium?
Share your thoughts below.