The US men's national team are set to take on Germany, and head coach Gregg Berhalter will want to pick a strong side to showcase his squad in East Hartford, Connecticut.
Berhalter went two-for-two when he returned to the bench for the US, leading the team to wins over Uzbekistan and Oman without conceding once. Now, the Stars and Stripes face a much bigger test against one of the soccer powerhouses, even if they have struggled recently.
Here's how Berhalter may choose to line up against Die Mannschaft...
USA predicted lineup vs Germany ( 4-3-3 )
GK: Matt Turner - No surprises here. Turner has proved himself as the No. 1 for the Stars and Stripes, coming up clutch when his name is called.
RB: Sergiño Dest - The PSV Eindhoven player looked excellent against Oman and Uzbekistan, and he'll hope to continue that form against Germany.
CB: Miles Robinson - After only featuring against Oman in September, Robinson will look to start against the 2014 World Champions.
CB: Tim Ream - Another no brainer here, as Ream continues to age like a fine wine.
LB: DeJuan Jones - The New England Revolution full-back looks set to make his eight appearance for the Stars and Stripes.
CM: Yunus Musah - After finding minutes hard to come by AC Milan early on, Musah has started to get back into rhythm ahead of the international break.
CM: Weston McKennie - A true leader in the midfield, McKennie gets the nod in the middle of the three.
CM: Luca de la Torre - de la Torre joins McKennie and Musah in the middle of the park in what will be an exciting clash against a talented Germany midfield.
RW: Tim Weah - The versatile player will look to create havoc on the wing against the Germany defense.
ST: Folarin Balogun - Balogun will hope to score his third goal in just five appearances for USA.
LW: Christian Pulisic - He's off to a flying start with AC Milan, and he'll aim to keep that strong run of form going at the Pratt & Whitney Stadium at Rentschler Field.