The United States men's soccer team will get another opportunity to climb out of the hole in their World Cup qualifying campaign when they take on Trinidad and Tobago in Colorado on Thursday.
The Americans are in fourth spot in their qualifying group with four points in as many matches while Trinidad and Tobago are in a worse position, rooted to the bottom with three points from four matches.
The U.S. hold the edge over Trinidad and Tobago in World Cup qualifying at home with their opponents having last scored a point on American soil in 1989.
A victory on Thursday will be a welcome boost for the US side who will next make a trip to Mexico City where they play the group leaders during the weekend.
U.S. opened their bid to qualify for Russia with defeats to Mexico and Costa Rica prompting the firing of coach Jurgen Klinsmann.
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