The United States men’s national team (USMNT) enters a sold-out Rose Bowl against arch-rival Mexico this Saturday for its biggest match since it got bounced from the 2014 World Cup

Further upping the ante is that whether the USMNT wins the pressure-packed match could go a long way toward influencing its chances at the 2018 World Cup in Russia

“Games against Mexico are just special,” USMNT star Michael Bradley told Mashable recently. “They’re all different and they’re all special. Whether you win or lose, score or don’t score, there’s just something about them.” Read more…

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CONCACAF Cup preview: USA faces Mexico in biggest match since World Cup