Houston Dynamo midfielder Ricardo Clark should get a start in midfield for the U.S. National team tonite against Mexico in what would be the biggest game of his career. His performance against Denmark certainly warrants the start plus looking over the roster that Bob Bradley has chosen it makes the most sense. Clark will play alongside Pablo Maestroeni who can help guide him through the most intense atmosphere that he has ever played in. Expect Chivas USA’s Jonathan Bornstein also to get a start at left back.
Eddie Johnson and Taylor Twellman are struggling with injury, Chris Rolfe of Chicago could get a start up front.
With players like Clark, Bornstein and Rolfe in the starting line-up Bradley serves the side of the game that includes experience for young players.
A game that could be a defining game for young players that may jump start an international career that could be timed perfectly for the 2010 World Cup in South Africa.