US men's national team announces roster for November friendlies

The US men's national team has called a big roster for November friendlies against England and Italy.

With a total of 28 players, interim head coach Dave Sarachan will be spoiled for choice on Nov. 15 at iconic Wembley Stadium against World Cup semifinalists England (2:30 pm ET | ESPN2, UniMás) and on Nov. 20 at neutral site Luminus Arena in Genk, Belgium against Italy (2:45 pm ET | FS1, UniMás). 

A total of 12 MLSers were called up to the squad, including seven who are still alive in Audi 2018 MLS Cup Playoffs. LA Galaxy midfielder Sebastian Lletget returns to the team for the first time this year while FC Dallas' Reggie Cannon and New York Red Bulls center back Aaron Long after earning their first caps in the last camp.

Christian Pulisic is in line for his first cap since the US's 3-0 win over Bolivia in May. Pulisic, Weston McKennie and Tyler Adams all return for the November camp after each pulled out of October's roster with injuries. 

Brad Guzan (59 caps), DeAndre Yedlin (56) and Bobby Wood (43) are the squad's most capped players, while 19 players have made 10 caps or less.

USMNT roster vs. England and Italy

Pos. Player Club
GK Brad Guzan Atlanta United
GK Ethan Horvath Club Brugge
GK Zack Steffen Columbus Crew SC
D John Brooks Wolfsburg
D Reggie Cannon FC Dallas
D Cameron Carter-Vickers Swansea City
D Aaron Long NY Red Bulls
D Matt Miazga Nantes
D Shaq Moore Reus Deportiu
D Antonee Robinson Wigan Athletic
D Jorge Villafaña Portland Timbers
D DeAndre Yedlin Newcastle United
D Walker Zimmerman LAFC
M Kellyn Acosta Colorado Rapids
M Tyler Adams NY Red Bulls
M Luca de la Torre Fulham
M Marky Delgado Toronto FC
M Romain Gall Malmo
M Julian Green Greuther Fürth
M Sebastian Lletget LA Galaxy
M Weston McKennie Schalke
M Darlington Nagbe Atlanta United
M Christian Pulisic Borussia Dortmund
M Kenny Saief Anderlecht
M Wil Trapp Columbus Crew SC
M Tim Weah Paris Saint-Germain
F Josh Sargent Werder Bremen
F Bobby Wood Hannover 96

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