U.S. likely would be happy with a point in Saprissa

June 1, 2009
By Steve Davis
The World Cup qualifying picture in our corner of the world, a murky hodgepodge of supposition and "what-ifs" up to now, may soon clear up substantially.



Starting Wednesday, Bob Bradley's U.S. side will take the field twice in four days, and the results could say a lot about the Americans' bid for a sixth consecutive World Cup.

By Saturday, the United States will have finished half its final-round qualifying. If things go OK, American fans can't necessarily start ...

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