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How To Watch: United States vs. Serbia - Lineups, TV Info, Open Thread

The first game of the 2017 calendar year is here, can Bruce Arena start the year off with a result?

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Bruce Arena begin his second stint as United States head coach as the USMNT takes on Serbia in a friendly for both teams first international match of the year.

A long list of MLS veterans are available for Arena today, including New England Revolution forward Juan Agudelo. With the USA currently 0-2 in The Hex, CONCACAF’s final round of FIFA World Cup qualifying, Arena could be looking for a strong veteran presence to carry the USMNT through the rest of qualifying.

Serbia currently sits second in UEFA’s Group D but has opted for a young roster lacking in international experience with the European club season in full swing.

Join us in the comments below as we’ll have live commentary through out the match and check out our other articles on the USA-Serbia game below.


USMNT XI: Rimando; Garza, Marshall, Birnbaum, Zusi; Bradley, Jones; Nagbe, Kljestan, Bedoya; Altidore

SERBIA XI: Manojlovic; Miletic, Maras, Calasan; Plavsic, Cirkovic, Palocevic, Panic, Dokic; Jovanovic, Gobeljic


Where: Qualcomm Stadium, San Diego, California

Coverage Begins: 4:00 p.m. ET

Available TV: ESPN2, UniMas, Univision Deportes

Available Streaming: WatchESPN, Univision Deportes