United States vs Venezuela

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Yes, it’s just a friendly, but the US men’s national team’s match against Venezuela on Saturday at Rio Tinto Stadium feels a bit more important than their usual exhibition.

The USA will have the advantage with the better roster and the home-field advantage in an intimate atmosphere at the Rio Tinto Stadium. The lone player that will be absent for Bruce Arena in the encounter will be Sporting KC defender, Matt Besler. The Americans will count with some very talented players like John Brooks, Geoff Cameron, Tim Ream, DeAndre Yedlin, Fabian Johnson, Christian Pulisic and Bobby Wood who all play in Europe. Pulisic, of course, being the most enticing name because of the outstanding season he had with Borussia Dortmund and because of his massive potential.

The American team will have a strong MLS presence with players like Clint Dempsey and Darlington Nagbe being among the most interesting but will also have Liga MX players on the roster. The three Americans who play across the border on the squad are Omar Gonzalez of Pachuca, Jorge Villafana of Santos Laguna and Paul Arriola of Club Tijuana. This United States team is very formidable and should be able to win this encounter against a tricky South American opponent.

Saturday’s match will be the only chance this USMNT group will have in a game setting to build partnerships, iron out kinks and settle into a system before their important World Cup qualifiers against Trinidad & Tobago on June 8 and at Mexico on June 11.

Under ideal circumstances, all of the US’s major players would already have a feel for what they’re getting into ahead of Saturday’s match. That’s not quite reality. Though he’s been on the job for over six months, this weekend’s contest will only be Bruce Arena’s fifth match in charge of the USMNT since he replaced Jurgen Klinsmann back in November. Likely qualifying starters Fabian Johnson and DeAndre Yedlin and regular striker Bobby Wood have never been in camp under Arena, and Saturday will be their best opportunity to adapt to his tactics and re-integrate with their international teammates.

For Venezuela, who have already been mathematically eliminated from qualifying for next summer’s World Cup, Saturday’s match will be a good chance to test out some fresh faces in a tough environment. Most of their attention this weekend will actually be on their U-20s, who will play the US in the quarterfinals of the U-20 World Cup in South Korea a couple of hours after proceedings end in Sandy.