USA World Cup 2022 soccer fixtures: Dates, kick-off times and latest team news for Qatar
After failing to qualify for Russia 2018, the USA are now back for the 2022 World Cup with a vengeance, with their second game of the tournament against England on Friday.
They started their campaign with a 1-1 draw with Wales, Gareth Bale cancelling out Timothy Weah's 36th-minute opener.
US coach Gregg Berhalter said afterwards that Wales' switch to a more direct style after half-time was difficult for his side to contain. They have a big team and they made it very difficult. They stepped up the pressure, he said. But I thought the guys handled it well. We kept it up to the end, it was a hard-fought game and we left everything out there.
Next up is Gareth Southgate's England, coming the day after Thanks Giving celebrations in America and around the world.
There will be a strong Premier League contingent in the US side, with Chelsea's Christian Pulisic and Arsenal goalkeeper Matt Turner joined by the Fulham duo of Antonee Robinson and Tim Ream.
Leeds' Brenden Aaronson and Tyler Adams join them in the set-up, with the latter hoping to skipper the side to a famous win on Friday.
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