March 25, 2015, 3 pm EST
NRGI Park - Aarhus, Denmark
TV - ESPN, Watch ESPN, Univision Deportes USA, UniMas
Jurgen Klinsmann and the United States National Team will travel to Denmark for the first of their two friendlies during this weekend's international break (except it's not a break for MLS). While the squad may be without any Union players, that doesn't mean you shouldn't watch. Klinsmann has called up an interesting collection of players to go with USMNT regulars like Jozy Altidore and Michael Bradley.
One of the more interesting roster decisions was the inclusion of goalkeeper William Yarbrough, who plays for Club León of Liga MX. Yarbrough was born in Mexico to American parents, and was on the radar of Mexican national team coach Miguel Herrera before being called up by Klinsmann.
Julian Green and DeAndre Yedlin will likely be looking for playing time in this group of friendlies due to their lack of minutes at their respective clubs. Green has been spent most of the season with Hamburger SV's U-23 squad and has been clearly unsettled by his lack of playing time. Yedlin has also struggled to get into the first team with Tottenham Hotspur and has also been playing for the team's youth squads.
Denmark will likely run it's attack through Yedlin's teammate Christian Eriksen, who is currently having a very good season in the Premier League. He will be joined by former Philadelphia Union target William Kvist and the enigma that is Nicklas Bendtner. The USMNT have will have a tough test in front of them as Klinsmann looks to refine the roster in preparation for Olympic qualifying and the far off 2018 World Cup.