How to watch
- Where: Jeonju World Cup Stadium; Jeonju, South Korea
- When: 12 a.m. Mountain, 2 a.m. Eastern
- National TV: FS2, Telemundo En Vivo
- Live stream: Fox Sports Go, Fox Soccer 2 Go
What’s on the line?
If the U.S. can win this one, they’ll be on their way to a semifinal against the winner of a match between Portugal and Uruguay.
How about the RSL boys?
Justen Glad only just started his first match since March, but if he plays again in a short turnaround, it’ll be interesting to see where he ends up. Last match, he played at right back and was an effective member of that team, scoring twice and being awarded one of those. (You can thank a Josh Sargent deflection for that other one.)
Both Cameron Carter-Vickers and Aaron Herrera are returning after suspensions served in the 6-0 thumping of New Zealand, which could leave Glad without a clear-cut spot to play. Still, he’s good enough that he might earn time regardless.
Meanwhile, expect Brooks Lennon and Danilo Acosta to start — both have been nearly ever-present for the U.S., and their performances correspond with such consideration. Both have been absolutely vital for the U.S. so far.
Meanwhile, Sebastian Saucedo could be in for a start, although he’s been on and off the bench variously through the tournament.