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World Cup Qualifying: USMNT stock watch for January window


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By Doug McIntyreFOX Sports Soccer WriterFor the next two weeks, U.S. coach Gregg Berhalter will be busy making sure that the 20 out-of-season MLS players training with the national team in Arizona are as fit as possible heading into three critical World Cup qualifiers at the end of the month. Pulisic logged 90 minutes in each of the Blues' past five Premier League matches, and he scored a beautiful (and important) goal Jan. 2 against Liverpool.Having Pulisic healthy and in-form later this month would be a godsend after the 23-year-old started just two of the Americans’ first eight qualifiers due to a high ankle sprain. Miazga hasn’t played for the U.S. since June, but he started Alaves’ first game of 2022 — his first La Liga action since November — and helped his team keep a clean sheet in a scoreless draw with Athletic Bilbao. Even when Matt Turner was in-season with the New England Revolution, Manchester City’s backup backstop was Berhalter’s pick in the final three qualifiers of 2021, and that’s not going to change now that Turner appears set to stay with the Revs until after the World Cup. Steffen has already gotten some action this month, helping the Premier League holder and Champions League favorite post a 4-1 victory over lower-league Swindon Town on Saturday.

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