The United States Men's National Team takes on Bolivia in a third and final friendly before the Copa America Centenario. The U.S. players should be quite confident as the team has already beaten Puerto Rico 3-1 and Ecuador 1-0 recently.
The USMNT heads into the match with a 4-1 record in its last five games whereas Bolivia is 1-4 in its last five matches.
Despite Bolivia's lowly status in the world of international soccer, the U.S. has struggled against La Verde with an all-time record of 0-2-4. The USMNT will be expected to secure its first ever win against Bolivia in this match.
Like the U.S., Bolivia will also be competing in the Copa America although the two teams couldn't meet until the semifinals as the U.S. is in Group A and Bolivia is in Group D.
The USMNT will be without defender Timothy Chandler for this match and the duration of the Copa America as a result of a right quadriceps strain Chandler suffered playing for Eintracht Frankfurt. To replace Chandler, Jurgen Klinsmann has called in Monterrey leftback Edgar Castillo.
Both teams will want to play well into order to build momentum for the Copa America, but the U.S. should be able to defeat a weak Bolivian side.