Friday, May 29, 2015

Live chat: United States at Honduras

The United States men's national team begins the final round of 2014 World Cup qualifying today with a very difficult test.

Live chat: United States at Honduras

(Moises Castillo/AP)
(Moises Castillo/AP)

Time: 4:00 p.m. EST
Venue: Estadio Olimpico, San Pedro Sula, Honduras
TV: beIN Sport (Phil Schoen, Ray Hudson and Cobi Jones)

The United States men's national team begins the final round of 2014 World Cup qualifying today with a very difficult test. Honduras has a tremendous home field advantage and a lot of skilled, speedy players who will trouble the U.S. defense.

If you're stuck at your desk or don't have beIN Sport on your TV, come join my chat for live updates. If you do have beIN, I hope you'll join in as well to talk about what you're seeing.

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Starting Lineups

United States (4-1-2-3, listed left-to-right)

Goalkeeper: Tim Howard (captain)
Defenders: Fabian Johnson, Geoff Cameron, Omar Gonzalez, Timmy Chandler
Midfielders: Danny Williams; Michael Bradley, Jermaine Jones
Forwards: Eddie Johnson, Jozy Altidore, Clint Dempsey

Honduras (4-4-2, listed left-to-right)

Goalkeeper: Noel Valladares
Defenders: Juan Carlos García, Maynor Figueroa, Victor Bernárdez, Arnold Peralta 
Midfielders: Mario Martinez, Roger Espinoza, Luis Garrido, Óscar Boniek Garcia
Forwards: Jerry Bengston, Carlos Costly

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