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Recap/analysis: USA 2-0 Mexico
USMNT

Recap/analysis: USA 2-0 Mexico

The field at the Alamodome in San Antonio stole the show in a choppy, frenetic match, but the US continued their dominance of Mexico on home soil, running out 2-0 winners. PSP recaps the game and offers some analysis.

Preview: Union at NYC FC
Match previews

Preview: Union at NYC FC

The Union will try to take six points from NYC FC in less than a week on the narrow Yankee Stadium pitch.

KYW Philly Soccer Show: NYCFC, once and again
KYW Philly Soccer Show

KYW Philly Soccer Show: NYCFC, once and again

Matthew De George joins Greg and Eli to talk about the win over NYCFC, and the return match on Thursday. @sportsdoctormd

Defensive Statistics: Union 2-1 NYCFC
Statistics

Defensive Statistics: Union 2-1 NYCFC

A look at defensive stats from the Union’s win over NYCFC.

Edu listed as questionable, more from Curtin’s presser, USWNT WC roster, USMNT face Mexico tonight
Daily news roundups

Edu listed as questionable, more from Curtin’s presser, USWNT WC roster, USMNT face Mexico tonight

Maurice Edu listed on latest injury report as questionable with a right hamstring injury. More from Curtin’s weekly presser. USWNT World Cup roster announced. USMNT faces Mexico tonight. More.

Transcript and video: Jim Curtin’s weekly press conference
Press Conference

Transcript and video: Jim Curtin’s weekly press conference

Video and transcript of Jim Curtin’s weekly press conference. Curtin thanks the fans for their support during Saturday’s win, has an injury update, discusses Thursday’s game in New York, Erik Ayuk, and more.

John McCarthy and other signs for optimism
A View from Afar / Commentary

John McCarthy and other signs for optimism

Hometown boy John McCarthy wasn’t the only good sign for the Union on Saturday, but he certainly was a fun one to watch. PSP’s Dan Walsh looks at that and some of the other good signs on display.

Preview: USMNT v Mexico
USMNT

Preview: USMNT v Mexico

Mexico will have a relatively friendly crowd to play for, but El Tri just doesn’t win in the U.S. unless the stakes are very high. That is not the case tomorrow, and comparing the relative strengths of the squads, the U.S. probably has the advantage.