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At this point, most U.S. fans would concede that Eddie Johnson, Sacha Kljestan and Aron Johannsson are all likely to make the U.S. World Cup roster.
What isn't clear is whether any of them will be a part of the regular starting lineup or see significant playing time.
Johnson faces competition up top from Jozy Altidore, Johannsson and Terrence Boyd and didn't take the opportunity to show what he could do on the wing (although he has had some impressive games there in the past). Johannsson looked smooth on the ball, as usual, but wasted two of the U.S.' best chances of the game.
Kljestan faces competition from Jermaine Jones, Michael Bradley, Mix Diskerud, Clint Dempsey, Landon Donovan and Kyle Beckerman for a spot in the center of the U.S. midfield and struggled to make a substantive impact as the U.S. attacking midfielder when given the chance on Friday.