Jurgen Klinsmann has gone with the tested and dependable, Time Howard, Michael Bradley and Jermaine Jones, as well as the new and exciting, John Anthony Brooks, in his starting lineup for the United States as they get ready to take on Bosnia and Herzegovina. It's an interesting mix for the U.S., which is hoping to extend its record win streak to 12 games.
Bosnia has a very good team, led by Edin Dzeko and Vedad Ibisevic up top. That pairing will cause fits for the U.S. central defense, which consists of a player who hasn't played a lot of center back lately in Geoff Cameron and a player getting his first cap in Brooks.
And while the U.S. is certainly coming in hot, having won 11 straight, Bosnia is pretty hot themselves. They have gone 8-0-1 in their last nine so the Americans will be put to the test today. Tune into ESPN2 at 2:30 p.m. ET for the match and remember, Mix.
United States: Tim Howard; Brad Evans, Geoff Cameron, John Anthony Brooks, Fabian Johnson; Michael Bradley, Jermaine Jones; Alejandro Bedoya, Mix, Eddie Johnson; Jozy Altidore
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