The Americans haven't exactly made it look easy, and they'll have to grind some more to reach South Africa. But a talented U.S. remains in the pole position in its qualifying group, writes Jeff Carlisle.
U.S. vs. Mexico at Estadio Azteca
Brimming with confidence after a successful summer, Bob Bradley and his U.S. squad like their chances this time around against Mexico, writes Jeff Carlisle.
It's an inexperienced U.S. lineup that will face El Tri in the Gold Cup final, but the team is confident it can maintain its psychological edge, writes Jeff Carlisle.
Up next for Bob Bradley's men is a road trip to El Salvador, a game the U.S. is expected to win, writes Jeff Carlisle.
The U.S. win over Mexico was huge, but coach Bob Bradley aims to keep his squad focused on the next qualifier, writes Jeff Carlisle.
The U.S. is a heavy favorite heading into the game against Mexico, writes Jeff Carlisle.
With the United States' dominance over Mexico on home soil, it's easy to forget the Americans once were the whipping boys in this matchup, writes Jeff Carlisle.
The last time the U.S. played Guatemala, its offense was stifled. This time round, the U.S. attack promises to be more creative, writes Jeff Carlisle.
With injuries ruling out key players, U.S. coach Bob Bradley is likely to field a new-look midfield against Ecuador, writes Jeff Carlisle.