The United States closes out their January camp tonight in Panama City when they take on Panama as a few players try to make final statements to Jurgen Klinsmann in hopes of being called in when the full team gets together. Atop that list is Geoff Cameron, who starts next to Michael Parkhurst in the center of the pitch, just as was the case on Saturday in the 1-0 U.S. win over Venezuela. Despite a horrendous performance on Saturday, Teal Bunbury gets another start and the promising C.J. Sapong is on the bench. Saturday's goal scorer, Ricardo Clark, also starts.
Klinsmann has opted for a 4-4-2 formation as opposed to the 4-2-3-1 he played on Saturday with Chris Wondolowski coming into the starting lineup and Benny Feilhaber going to the bench. Feilhaber was the brightest attacking player for the U.S. on Saturday, but he didn't exactly put in a defensive shift. With him on the bench, a lot will be asked of Graham Zusi to link through the midfield.
Panama (4-4-2): Luis Mejía; Rolando Algandona, Eduardo Dasent, Eric Vázquez, Carlos Rodríguez; Amir Waithe, Marcos Sánchez, Gabriel Gómez, Alberto Quintero; Luis Rentería, Blas Pérez.