FOX chat: United States vs. Honduras
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Jurgen Klinsmann is three matches without a win as head coach of the US Men's National Team, but against Honduras on Saturday, a near-full strength squad is looking to breakthrough.

The United States Men's National Team is back in action Saturday (live, FOX Soccer). Pregame starts at 5:30 p.m. EST for a 6 p.m. kickoff, and the USMNT is hosting the Catarachos of Honduras.

Winless through the first three matches of the Jurgen Klinsmann era, the US will be expecting victory, playing with their strongest team since changing coaches after the Gold Cup. Though Landon Donovan is not with the team (a right thigh injury keeping him out of the lineup), Tim Howard, Carlos Bocanegra, Michael Bradley and Clint Dempsey will play together for the first time since the new coach took over.

As you follow the game on FOX Soccer, you can join's Ives Galarcep and Richard Farley during the match, as they will be chatting with you here while the teams battle it out in Miami Garden. Chat starts at 5:00 p.m. PST, thirty minutes before FOX Soccer's pregame show, one hour before kickoff.

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