Vote: Who do you want to see in the 2017 MLS All-Star starting XI against Real Madrid?

The 2017 MLS All-Star game is rapidly approaching. The best of MLS will take on La Liga and Champions League winners Real Madrid at Soldier Field in Chicago on Wednesday night (8:30 ET/01:30 BST). But who do you want to see in the 2017 MLS All-Star starting XI?

Real Madrid are the first Spanish team to play in the MLS All-Star game. Their squad is graced with world class talent. The likes of Gareth Bale, Karim Benzema, Toni Kroos, Sergio Ramos, Marcelo, Luka Modric and Isco all set to play on Wednesday night.

The All-Stars have long-time European stars such as Bastian Schweinsteiger. US national team stars such as Michael Bradley and Jozy Altidore. And emerging MLS talents in Kellyn Acosta and Miguel Almiron.

But who do you want to see in the 2017 MLS All-Star starting XI? Vote below now, or use this link.


Gallery: Exclusive images from Toronto FC’s 1-0 win at the Sounders

Seattle Sounders faced off against Toronto FC for the first time since the 2016 MLS Cup Final on Saturday evening, with the Reds getting revenge over the home side with a 1-0 win thanks to a first-half Jozy Altidore penalty.

Seattle suffered their first home defeat under Brian Schmetzer as they failed to find an equaliser, despite firing 12 shots towards Clint Irwin’s goal – only two of which were actually on target.

Toronto’s win was made all the more impressive considering Sebastian Giovinco was left in Toronto to rest following their midweek home win over Orlando, while Victor Vazquez, Steven Beitashour and Eriq Zavaleta were also rested.

Check out exclusive photos from Saturday’s game below, courtesy of MLSGB photographer Paul Kahl.

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MLS Preview and Prediction: Toronto FC vs Orlando City

Competition: Major League Soccer – Toronto FC vs. Orlando City
Venue: BMO Field – Wednesday, May 3rd – 19:30 ET (00:30 BST)
Match Odds: Toronto FC 3/5 – Draw 14/5 – Orlando City 4/1

Match Preview

Toronto FC welcome Orlando City to BMO Field in a pivotal midweek clash at the top of the Eastern Conference on Wednesday night.

Both sides have started the season well, picking up just one defeat each, and know a win in this fixture would really send out a message to the rest of the conference.

Toronto hadn’t looked convincing through six games but back-to-back home victories over Chicago and Houston have fired them into fifth place in the East. Sebastian Giovinco and Jozy Altidore have snapped into form and will now be looking to tear teams apart on a weekly basis, as they did so often last term.

The Reds remain unbeaten at home and will be looking to pick up a third-straight win against an Orlando side that are running away at the top of the East at this early stage of the campaign.

Jason Kreis has watched his men win six of their opening seven matches, with the new Orlando City Stadium proving to be a fortress so far.

The Lions’ only loss so far this term did come on the road however. They lost 2-0 at Columbus but have since won 2-0 at Yankee Stadium and have only shipped five goals in total this season so far.

Orlando are the only side yet to draw a game in 2017 but they’d be happy to leave Toronto with a point to keep them atop the standings heading into a tricky weekend game in Houston.

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They have yet to win at Toronto in MLS, losing twice before a 0-0 draw last September. Their only goal at BMO Field came in a 4-1 loss two years ago so they must try and forget about their recent record if they are to get anything from Wednesday’s game.

Team News

Toronto FC remain without Chris Mavinga and Drew Moor, although the centre-back is close to returning. Clint Irwin, Ashtone Morgan and Jason Hernandez are also expected to miss Wednesday’s game. Greg Vanney might rotate his squad ahead of the weekend trip to Seattle.

Orlando City welcomed back Kaka for the first time since opening weekend as he scored in their 2-0 win over Colorado and the Brazilian will be looking to start after coming off the bench on Saturday. Kevin Alston remains out, while Rafael Ramos and Jose Aja are doubts. The Lions face a trip to Houston at the weekend so Jason Kreis might look to rotate his team too. Former Toronto duo Joe Bendik and Will Johnson will be looking to shine against their former employers.

Key Points

Toronto FC’s form: D/D/L/W/W

Orlando City’s form: L/W/W/W/W

Key Stat: Defensive stand – Toronto and Orlando are two of only four teams to have conceded less than a goal-per-game so far this season, along with Sporting KC and FC Dallas.

Key Player: Jozy Altidore – The powerful Toronto striker has started the season in great form, scoring five goals in eight games. He has proven too good for Orlando in the past, netting five in four appearances against the Lions and will look to hurt them again here.

Score Prediction

Toronto FC 1-0 Orlando City – This has the makings of being a low-scoring affair between two sides that have defended impressively through the opening weeks of the season. Both have players capable of winning this game but Toronto have home advantage and have made the count the past two weeks. If anyone is likely to take all three points here, it’s the Reds. But you can expect this to be close.

MLS Cup Final Preview and Prediction: Toronto FC vs Seattle Sounders

Competition: 2016 MLS Cup Final – Toronto FC vs. Seattle Sounders 

Venue: BMO Field – Saturday, December 10 – 20:00 ET (01:00 GMT) 

Match Odds: Toronto 10/11 – Draw 12/5 – Seattle 14/5

Match Preview

Toronto face Seattle Sounders in the 2016 MLS Cup Final on Saturday night in what is set to be a historic night for one of these two sides, with both making the final for the first time.

Both teams deserve to be here after strong runs and both have plenty of goals in them, so we’re in for a real treat in this year’s showpiece game.

Toronto head coach Greg Vanney believes this will be the “biggest MLS Cup to date”, given the fact that two of the league’s major-market franchises are going head-to-head, and he’s probably not wrong.

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Toronto have set a record during their run to the final. The Reds scored 17 goals during the playoffs, more than any other side has managed in history, so they’ll be confident of adding to that tally in Saturday’s final.

This is the first time a Canadian team has ever made the final and the Reds will now be aiming to lift the trophy on home soil in what will be a special night.

Seattle are a really dangerous opponent though and travel to Toronto off the back of one of the most incredible turnarounds this season.

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Sounders fans won’t want to recall their horrendous start to the season. They sat ninth in the West at the halfway point but have managed to completely transform their fortunes and have gone on to prove themselves as one of the league’s most dangerous sides.

A 3-1 aggregate win over Colorado got the Sounders here, and they will be expecting to cause Toronto troubles given the creativity of Nicolas Lodeiro and pace of Jordan Morris in attack.

The only meeting between these sides during the regular season ended 1-1 at BMO Field but Seattle had won two in a row at BMO before that draw in July.

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Team News

Toronto have no injuries or suspensions to worry about ahead of the final and so Greg Vanney can put out his strongest possible team for this crunch tie.

Seattle remain without Clint Dempsey, who has been out for a long time with an irregular heartbeat, while Oalex Anderson is listed as ‘questionable’. Other than than, there are no concerns and so an unchanged lineup could be sent out at BMO Field on Saturday.

Key Points

Toronto’s last five: W/W/W/L/W

Seattle’s last five: W/W/L/W/W

Key Stat: Goal-fest – There have been 15 goals in the last five meetings between these teams, with both sides scoring in each of those five clashes.

Key Player: Jozy Altidore – A number of talented players will be on show during Saturday’s final, but Jozy Altidore is arguably the in-form player in MLS coming into this one. He has five goals in his last seven and has played a starring role in guiding Toronto to their first ever MLS Cup Final. Playing at BMO Field will play into his hands, so expect the powerful forward to shine here.

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Score Prediction

Toronto 2-3 Seattle – Goals are expected in what will be a historic MLS Cup Final on Saturday night. Both sides have reason to be optimistic but Seattle have worked wonders to get this far and will be intent on making sure they finish the job after an incredible run to the final. Home advantage is in Toronto’s favour, but as we saw last season in Columbus, home form doesn’t always mean that much in a game of this magnitude. It could honestly go either way, but we expect to see Seattle lifting the trophy come the end of the night.

MLS Preview and Prediction: Toronto FC vs New York Red Bulls

Competition: Major League Soccer – Toronto FC vs. New York Red Bulls

Venue: BMO Field – Sunday, September 18 – 17:00 ET (22:00 BST) 

Match Odds: Toronto 5/4 – Draw 23/10 – NY Red Bulls 2/1

Match Preview

Toronto host New York Red Bulls on Sunday afternoon as two Eastern Conference title contenders go head-to-head in what should be an intriguing matchup.

Toronto sit top of the East heading into the weekend and have a game in hand over the New York sides that are both on their tail. The Reds have won seven of their last ten and look to be flying, with a second successive playoff berth all but guaranteed.

They sealed a 2-1 win at Chicago last weekend and will now be looking forward to playing five of their last six regular season games at home.

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The Red Bulls will offer a stiff test but Toronto fans will remember their opening day win at Red Bull Arena and know they’re more than capable of outclassing the league’s top sides.

For the visitors, it’s a must-win contest if they are to try and take control of the East heading into the final stretch.

New York Red Bulls are unbeaten in 11 games – a franchise record – and look extremely solid. They will be devastated with the way they threw a 2-0 lead away at home to DC last weekend, with the game ending 2-2, but have to now respond.

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Their 1-0 win at Vancouver two weeks ago saw them win an away game for the first time since May and the challenge is now to try and win back-to-back road games for the first time in over a year.

Jesse Marsch’s side have the joint-best attack in MLS, scoring 49 goals in 29 matches so far. A high-scoring contest is expected on Sunday, even though Toronto are still set to be without star man Sebastian Giovinco.

Team News

Toronto FC will be without Jay Chapman and Ashtone Morgan, who are both injured, while Mark Bloom, Clint Irwin and Tosaint Ricketts are doubts. Sebastian Giovinco is nearing a return from injury but isn’t expected to be fit enough for Sunday’s game.

New York Red Bulls head coach Jesse Marsch remains without Gideon Baah and Connor Lade for the rest of the season, while Omer Damari and Ronald Zubar are doubts. Dax McCarty is expected to make his return following a few weeks on the sidelines.

Key Points

Toronto’s last five: D/W/W/L/W

NY Red Bulls’ last five: W/D/W/W/D

Key Stat: Form – These two sides are the league’s best as far as recent form goes. Toronto have taken 19 points from their last eight games, with the Red Bulls taking 16.

Key Player: Jozy Altidore – The powerful Toronto striker has been in great form of late, scoring six in his last eight. Last weekend saw Altidore pick up a goal and an assist in the same game for the first time in his MLS career and he looks to be a real threat overtime Toronto go forward.

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Score Prediction

Toronto FC 2-2 New York Red Bulls – Toronto are the league’s in-form side but they haven’t been as good at home as they would have liked to have been to this point. They should still take something from Sunday’s game but the Red Bulls look unbeatable at the moment and will offer a real test. Goals are expected but ultimately this looks set to end all square.

2016 MLS Season Preview: Toronto

As the 2016 MLS season edges closer, we’ll be publishing each team’s MLS 2016 Season Preview. Today we take a look at what Toronto will be looking to achieve this year…

A sixth placed finish in 2015 would’ve been a slight disappointment for Toronto, given how good they were at times. But there were mitigating circumstances, as eight of their first nine games were away from home due to expansions and upgrades to their BMO Field stadium. Five defeats, a draw and just three wins from those nine fixtures immediately put them behind schedule, so they did well to recover. Had they not lost their final two games of the regular season though, they could’ve finished second and avoided the conference knockout round, showing how little there was between the Eastern Conference sides. It meant they faced Canadian rivals Montreal Impact in the MLS Cup knockout round and suffered a disappointing 3-0 defeat. The margins between success and failure were paper thin in 2015, and the 2016 campaign is likely to be a similar story – fine tuning the minor details will be key.

Last season’s finish:

Eastern Conference – Position: 6th – P34 – W15 – D4 – L15

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What needs to change this year?

The Reds were exhilarating going forward in 2015, thanks in most part to Sebastian Giovinco and Jozy Altidore who bagged 35 of Toronto’s 58 goals between them. As a result, Greg Vanney’s side had the second most lethal attack in MLS – only New York Red Bulls managed to score more (62). As good as they were offensively, they were equally as bad at the other end of the pitch. They leaked far too many goals (58) meaning they had the worst defensive record in the league alongside Chicago Fire and New York City. If they have aspirations of finishing higher up the conference and thus having a better seeding come the postseason, they must tighten things up.

Key changes to squad:

Ins: Clint Irwin – Goalkeeper, Drew Moor – Defender, Steven Beitashour – Defender, Will Johnson – Midfielder

Outs: Joe Bendik – Goalkeeper, Chris Konopka – Goalkeeper, Ahmed Kantari – Defender, Jackson – Midfielder, Robbie Findley – Forward, Luke Moore – Forward

Key Player:

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Sebastian Giovinco – Forward – The Italian was quite simply sublime in 2015. He became the first player in MLS history to top both the goalscoring and assists charts. He scored 22 and set-up 16 goals in 33 appearances and quite rightly scooped the 2015 MLS Landon Donovan MVP Award. Everyone will be eagerly anticipating the start of the 2016 season and hoping that Giovinco can replicate last year’s performances.

One to Watch:

Marco “Marky” Delgado – Midfielder – The youngster was a regular feature in the Toronto side last season, making 20 appearances and contributing three goals and three assists. At just 20 years of age, he’s an extremely exciting prospect and playing in a team with the likes of Giovinco, Altidore, Michael Bradley and Benoit Cheyrou will only help both his experience and quality grow. 2016 will be another big year in his development.

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Predicted Finish:

Eastern Conference – 3rd – Unlike many of the teams in MLS, Toronto have done well to limit the amount of offseason activity in terms of players coming in and out of the squad – the main acquisition being Will Johnson from the Portland Timbers. It means they’ve kept things fairly stable and for that reason, they should be raring to go in 2016. These players have spent a significant amount of time together now and should have really developed a strong understanding between one another. It leaves them in a great position to push on to bigger and better things this season, so don’t be surprised to see them climbing the Eastern Conference. There’s no reason that Toronto shouldn’t be aiming for an MLS Cup win this year.

What are you expecting from Toronto in 2016?

World Cup Qualifier Preview and Prediction: Trinidad & Tobago vs USA

Competition: CONCACAF World Cup Qualifier – Trinidad and Tobago vs. USA

Venue: Hasely Crawford Stadium – Tuesday, November 17 – 18:30 ET (23:30 GMT) 

Match Odds: Trinidad 5/2 – Draw 11/5 – USA 19/20

Match Preview

Trinidad & Tobago host the USA in a key World Cup Qualifying clash in Group C on Tuesday night, with both sides looking to build on perfect starts to the campaign.

Trinidad managed to record a solid 2-1 victory over Guatemala on Friday night and know that a home win against the US here will put them in a great position early in the qualifying process.

The US Men’s National Team travel to the Caribbean in good shape as they survived a very early scare against St Vincent and The Grenadines to come back and win 6-1 on Friday evening.

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That result was always expected, though, and the first real test lies in store here. Klinsmann knows his players must perform to their best if they’re to beat this Trinidad side, especially after what has been a solid few months for The Soca Warriors.

Trinidad beat Mexico to top spot in Group A of the Gold Cup in the summer before losing on penalties to Panama in the quarter-finals and have not lost a game in 90 minutes in any of their last eight.

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USA on the other hand have only won two of their last seven and need to start putting a string of victories together now to rebuild confidence in the camp.

This will be the first meeting between the two side since a World Cup qualifying clash in 2009. USA won that game 1-0 at Hasely Crawford Stadium and will expect a similar result this time around too.

Team News

Trinidad & Tobago head coach Stephen Hart is unlikely to make too many changes, if any, to the side that won in Guatemala on Friday. MLS fans will be familiar with some of the names in the Trinidad side as Joevin Jones, Daneil Cyrus (both Chicago Fire) are set to start, while Kevan George (Columbus Crew) and Cordell Cato (San Jose Earthquakes) will likely appear from the bench. Cardiff City striker Kenwyne Jones will spearhead the attack.

Jurgen Klinsmann has already revealed that Tim Howard, who is now fully focused after an international sabbatical, will start in goal for just the second time since the 2014 World Cup. There are unlikely to be too many changes as Klinsmann will want to start finding a consistent lineup but Fabian Johnson might be pushed back to his usual left-back berth, allowing Darlington Nagbe to start on the left side of midfield.

Key Points

Trinidad & Tobago’s last five: D/D/W/D/W

USA’s last five: W/L/L/L/W

Key Stat: USA have won 11 of the last 13 meetings with Trinidad (D1 L1) over the past 21 years and historically tend to dominate Tuesday’s opponents.

Key Player: Jozy Altidore – The powerful Toronto forward scored twice and picked up an assist in Friday’s 6-1 win over St Vincent and he will want to push on with further goal contributions here.

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Score Prediction

Trinidad & Tobago 1-2 USA – Expect this to be a close battle between two of CONCACAF’s better sides. The USA know this will be a stern test but they should have enough to seal a narrow victory and take control of Group C.

MLS Preview and Prediction: Toronto FC vs Colorado Rapids

Competition: Major League Soccer – Toronto FC vs. Colorado Rapids

Venue: BMO Field – Saturday, September 19 – 14:00 ET (19:00 BST)

Match Odds: Toronto FC 19/20 – Draw 12/5 – Colorado Rapids 11/4

Match Preview

Toronto play host to Colorado Rapids on Saturday, looking to end a dismal run that has seen them lose their last three on the bounce.

Currently sitting fifth in the Eastern Conference, Toronto look set to seal their first playoff appearance in MLS. Much of their success is down to the signing of Sebastian Giovinco, who is the favourite for the MLS MVP award come the end of the regular season.

Toronto’s recent form however, is leaving them with a bit to do yet to secure the playoff spot. They’ve lost six of their last nine and are without a clean sheet in their last four – worryingly poor form at this stage of the campaign.

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A 2-0 loss at New York City on Wednesday night failed to improve their fortunes and there is now a lot of pressure on the team ahead of this clash.

They have been better at home though, conceding half the amount they have conceded away from home.

Toronto FC’s record in MLS: P28 – W11 – D4 – L13

Colorado will feel aggrieved by the playoff qualification rules of MLS due to the current position they lie in. Currently bottom of the Western Conference on 34 points, the Rapids would be in a playoff place if they competed in the Eastern Conference.

The Rapids haven’t endured the worst of seasons away from home, despite their current standing, and will travel to Canada confident of picking up a win.

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They have, however, only managed to score eight away from home, which isn’t good enough in a league full of goals and will need to attack Toronto in this one to seal three points.

Colorado Rapids’ record in MLS: P28 – W8 – D10 – L10

Team News

Toronto FC remain without Mark Bloom, Daniel Lovitz and Clement Simonin through injury. Jackson Goncalves is doubtful with a quad injury and Benoit Cheyrou in nursing an ankle injury but should be fit to feature.

Colorado Rapids’ Luis Solignac has been ruled out as he is still suffering with a hamstring injury and defender Axel Sjoberg has an undisclosed injury.

Key Points

Toronto FC’s last five: W/W/L/L/L

Colorado Rapids’ last five: W/W/W/L/D

Key Stat: Colorado have only managed to score in five of their 13 away games this season.

Key Player: Clint Irwin – The Rapids’ ‘keeper probably isn’t going to be the best player on the park but how well he plays will directly affect the outcome. If he can keep Giovinco and Jozy Altidore out, then the Rapids could leave with a point, or maybe three.

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Score Prediction

Toronto FC 0-0 Colorado Rapids – A boring prediction we know, but given the records and statistics gathered it would be wise to assume a low scoring affair. If we were going to pick a winner, Toronto are the more likely, but a scoreless draw is what we are predicting here.

MLS Preview and Prediction: Seattle Sounders vs Toronto FC

Competition: Major League Soccer – Seattle Sounders vs. Toronto FC 

Venue: CenturyLink Field – Saturday, September 5 – 22:00 ET (03:00 BST)

Match Odds: Seattle Sounders 5/6  – Draw 13/5 – Toronto 16/5

Match Preview

Seattle Sounders welcome Toronto to CenturyLink Field on Saturday with both sides battling for playoff places.

Sounders are 6th on 38 points in the Western Conference and their recent shaky form has resulted in them only just sitting in a playoff spot.

Sigi Schmid’s side have won just three of their last 12 regular season games but come into this one off the back of a 2-1 home win over Portland Timbers.

With San Jose Earthquakes and Houston Dynamo applying the pressure on Sounders, Schmid is more than aware his side cannot afford anymore sloppy performances and this is a game they have to take points from.

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Toronto have been in solid form, winning their last two on the bounce and have registered three wins in their last five outings.

Greg Vanney’s side have struggled to find form on the road and haven’t won in their last five attempts away from home.

Toronto are sitting 4th in the Eastern Conference on 37 points and aren’t out of the running to contest for the Supporters’ Shield, but their main aim will be to finish the season with a good run of form and head into the playoffs full of confidence.

They come into the game off the back of a 2-1 home win against Montreal Impact and will feel they have a chance of upsetting Sounders but know this will be a tough task.

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Team News

Seattle have six injury concerns heading into this tie. Andreas Correa, Andy Craven and Damion Lowe are all out, while Leonardo Gonzalez, Clint Dempsey and Andreas Ivanschitz are all doubts. Osvaldo Alonso and Andy Rose are both one caution away from suspension. While Roman Torres, Marco Pappa and Victor Mansaray are away on international duty

Toronto also have six injury concerns for this one. Mark Bloom remains out, but their main concern will be whether or not key man Sebastian Giovinco will feature as he is a doubt. Benoit Cheyrou, Jackson, Damien Perquis and Nick Hagglund are also all doubts. Jozy Altidore is away on international duty with the USMNT, while Colleen Warner is suspended.

Key Points

Seattle Sounders’ last five in MLS: L/L/W/L/W

Toronto’s last five in MLS: W/L/L/W/W

Key Stat: Toronto have failed to win any of their last five away ties in MLS and have conceded at least three in all of those games.

Key Player: Obafemi Martins – The Sounders forward has netted an impressive ten goals in 14 appearances this season and it has left us wondering how much better things could be if he had been fit all campaign.

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Score Prediction

Seattle Sounders 3-1 Toronto – Sounders to make home advantage count and beat a Toronto side who have struggled of late on the road.

International Preview and Prediction: USA vs Peru

Competition: International Friendly

Venue: RFK Stadium, Washington – Friday, September 4 – 19:00 ET (00:00 BST) 

Match Odds: USA 8/11 – Draw 5/2 – Peru 7/2

Match Preview

The US Men’s National Team return to action on Friday night as they take on Peru at DC United’s RFK Stadium in Washington in an international friendly.

Both sides will look to use the game to fine-tune some key details before they both play important matches in a month’s time. Peru take on Colombia in a key World Cup qualifier on October 9, while the USA face Mexico in their crucial CONCACAF Confederations Cup play-off game a day later.

Jurgen Klinsmann is under pressure after the USMNT’s disappointing Gold Cup campaign in July and will look to end a two-game losing streak on home soil here.

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That will be a very tricky task against a Peru side that impressed in this summer’s Copa America as they finished in third place behind Argentina and eventual winners Chile.

They have only lost once in their last five outings and seem to be in fine shape heading into their World Cup qualifying campaign.

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The USA face two huge tests against South American opponents this week as they play Brazil after the game with Peru. Klinsmann needs to ensure there are positives heading into the Mexico showdown and that’s the key here.

Tim Howard has returned to duty following a year’s absence but isn’t expected to walk straight back into the starting lineup as Brad Guzan appears Klinsmann’s first choice between the sticks for now.

This will be just the sixth meeting between these two nations and the first since 2000, as the USA beat Peru 1-0 in the Gold Cup on that occasion.

Team News

USMNT fans will be delighted to see Tim Howard’s name back on the team sheet but Brad Guzan will likely remain No. 1 for now. There are only six MLS players in the squad for the game, with European-based Americans looking to shine in the upcoming games. The likes of Jonathan Spector, Andrew Wooten and Tim Ream will all hope to get some minutes and prove their worth.

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Peru have called up most of the players that starred in the Copa America this summer, with Paolo Guerrero looking to continue his fine goalscoring form after netting four in the tournament. Jefferson Farfan is probably the most recognised name on the squad but Peru have plenty of threats all over the pitch for the USMNT to deal with.

Key Points

USA’s last five: W/D/W/L/L

Peru’s last five: W/D/W/L/W

Key Stat: The USA’s last game at RFK Stadium saw a thrilling game that ended 4-3 to the USMNT against Germany. More goals are to be expected in this one.

Key Player: Jozy Altidore – The powerful Toronto striker has scored in two of the USA’s five friendlies in 2015 and will hope to shine here as the most experienced striker on the roster.

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Score Prediction

USA 2-2 Peru – Difficult to split the sides coming into this one and both will be using the match to fix any apparent problems before huge games next month. Goals are to be expected but a draw looks to be the most likely result.