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Americans will open Nov. 11 against Mexico, presumably in Columbus, then visit Costa Rica.

With a final-round place almost certain, Americans face Trinidad and Tobago in semifinal group finale in Jacksonville, Fla.

If the phenom, not yet 18, doesn’t start for the U.S. on Tuesday against Trinidad and Tobago, he might crack the lineup for friendlies in October.

While many players are away for World Cup qualifiers and other international competitions, the U.S. league will have eight regular season matches.

Most of the Copa America Centenario players return, but Clint Dempsey and Gyasi Zardes are sidelined with injuries.

Ghana's Black Stars couldn't come, so the All Whites will visit Washington on Oct. 11.

Americans rout Guatemala, 4-0, but U-23s fall to Colombia on 3-2 aggregate.

World Cup qualifier in Columbus. Olympic playoff in Frisco. Copa America friendlies. Hall of Fame candidates. Bryan Arguez rape trial.

After defeat last week, there's little room for error Tuesday at Mapfre Stadium.

After a 2-0 defeat in Guatemala City, the Americans are in Columbus, Ohio, for Tuesday's rematch.

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