After obliterating Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 6-1, the United States Men's National Team faces Trinidad and Tobago in its second match of CONCACAF World Cup Qualifying.
The U.S. currently is top of Group 3 and it will look to cement its status as the best team in the group, by winning in Trinidad.
Away matches in CONCACAF are notoriously difficult, although the USMNT will still be heavily favored in this game.
With both teams having played on Friday, lineup changes may be necessary due to fatigue. Jurgen Klinmann's lineups are always unpredictable, however according to comments Klinsmann made last week Tim Howard will start in goal.
Trinidad and Tobago will be depend on star striker and captain Kenwnye Jones to try and get a result. While Jones is undoubtedly talented, the Premier League veteran likely won't be able to help the Soca Warriors defeat the U.S.
Expect a match far more difficult than the one against Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, but once again the USMNT should be victorious.
When: Tuesday, November 17th, 6:30 p.m. (EST)
Where: Hasely Crawford Stadium, Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago
TV: beIN Sports, NBC Universo
Online: En Vivo Extra