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USMNT lineup forecast for Trinidad and Tobago – Soccer Sports

The American men’s national team started busy 2021 in a friendly against Trinidad and Tobago on Sunday, and the January camp included a lot of young faces due to the inclusion of components under the age of 23, but veterans. You should see the lineup of in the first match of the year.

Greg Barholter scraped off his camp team and selected prospects under the age of 23 who seemed to be part of a full-senior team. How many of those young people really increased their inventory will be revealed on Sunday when they see which of them find their way in the field, and even in the starting lineup.

Some veterans have returned to the team after a while, including Jozy Altidore, who has an increasing number of candidates for the throne to start the USMNT striker. He doesn’t seem ready to abandon the throne yet, and Florida natives will return to his home state to make his claim to continue as Barholter’s first-choice striker.

Who will play Trinidad and Tobago on Sunday? Here is the lineup we could see taking the field:

Predicted USM NTXI vs Trinidad and Tobago


Goalkeeper

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Matt Turner is a veteran of the group and should start against Trinidad and Tobago. Sean Johnson’s departure from the camp opens the door for Turner to make a well-earned USMNT debut after an impressive season at the New England Revolution.


Defender

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Center back options are pretty clear and have veterans Aaron Long And Walker Zimmerman Obvious choice, but you have to wonder Miles Robinson We were able to do enough shows at the camp to fill the gap between these two. Robinson is clearly the top choice in the US under-23 setup, and although somewhat disappointing in 2020, he remains the top prospect in that position.

Julian Araujo Arriving late at the camp, I wonder if he nods immediately or if Barholter will go instead. Kyle Duncan Or Aaron Herrera.. Duncan and Elera are entering an impressive MLS season, one of which must be considered a start.

Left back, Sam Vines It should be a starter. His good show at the camp in January a year ago is a good sign for him to take full advantage of another opportunity.Atlanta United teenagers George Bello Also included in the mix and is a candidate for his first cap.


Midfielder

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Veterans Sebastian Lletget And Christian Rodin A safe bet to nod in the role of a dual playmaker, Jackson Yuil Must be placed as a defensive midfielder in the central midfield triangle.

Kelly Acosta During the recent USMNT addition, I need to go back to the national team photos and get some minuets Andres Perea Is an intriguing defensive midfield outlook and requires you to play for a few minutes at your home stadium in Orlando.


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Jozy Altidore Nods to the striker, but gives the match in pieces Daryl Dike I feel that his 45-minute role is likely.

On the wings Chris Mueller Must start from the right side Paul Arriola Deployed on the left wing.


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USMNT lineup forecast for Trinidad and Tobago

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