A year after losing its top spot in the World Cup qualifying standings, the US men’s national team will try to get back on track in its bid for a spot in Brazil next summer.

The USA won’t be playing in its home World Cup, and the team has yet to make any significant progress in the qualifying process.

But the Americans have struggled to keep a clean sheet in qualifying this year.

The US has been outscored 14-0 in the first three rounds of qualifying.

That’s the most losses in the 20 years since the World Series began in 1994, and has coincided with a number of key injuries to the team’s starting lineup.

The team has been without goalkeeper Bill Hamid, who has missed the last four games with a concussion, and defender Alex Muyl, who is recovering from a knee injury.

Injuries to the US team have plagued other teams in the tournament, as the CONCACAF champions have been without key players for much of the tournament.

But with the US in a better position, the team is expected to be able to compete with Mexico and Colombia.

With two games left in the CONCACK competition, the tournament’s tournament committee is expected make changes before the opening round.

The committee will also decide the winner of the 2018 FIFA World Cup.

The US has yet have to qualify for Brazil.

The CONCACACAF Champions League is the most lucrative tournament in the world, with a minimum of $30 million guaranteed for the top three teams.

The tournament is also the world’s biggest domestic soccer competition, attracting an average of more than 50 million fans to the United States every year.

“We are going to try to compete in the Champions League as much as we can,” US coach Jurgen Klinsmann said last week.

“The fact that we are playing in it right now is a great thing.

We are playing for a chance to compete for the World Championships.

We’re going to make the most of it, and that’s what we’re going for.”

The US men will play in their first game of the group stage against Portugal on Tuesday, but the US will be looking to close out qualifying with a 2-0 victory over Mexico in the third round.