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Premier League player Power Rankings – Week 7 Japan vs USMNT: How to watch live, team news, updates Report: Graham Potter prioritizing Harry Kane at Chelsea, offering Lukaku Five questions for the USMNT in September camp, friendlies World Cup 2022 Group C: Argentina, Mexico, Poland, Saudi Arabia schedule, fixtures, rankings

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The latest Premier League player strength rankings for the 2022-23 season have surfaced and we’ve focused on who has been starring in Matchday 8 as seven of the 10 games went on.

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Stars from Manchester City, Tottenham and Arsenal continue to dominate the top tiers of our list as many megastars begin to rise to the top. Some players have been hurt by not playing this weekend as they have dropped slightly in our rankings but are still in the top 20 in terms of their workload.

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Remember: this is a list of the top 20 players in the Premier League at the moment. It’s all based on their current shape and how they’re trending right now!

I’m sure you all agree completely with our latest Premier League Player Strength Rating…


Premier League Player Strength Ranking 2022-23 – Week 7

1. Erling Haaland (Manchester City) – Even
2. Kevin de Bruyne (Manchester City) – Even
3. Gabriel Jesus (Arsenal) – 1st
4. Harry Kane (Tottenham) – up to 3
5. Granit Xhaka (Arsenal) – new entry
6. Phil Foden (Manchester City) – new entry
7. Joao Cancelo (Manchester City) is a new player
8. Ivan Tony (Brentford) – down 5
9. Wilfried Zaha (Crystal Palace) – 4 falls
10. Aaron Ramsdale (Arsenal) – Even
11. Lisandro Martinez (Manchester United) – five falls
12. Joao Paligna (Fulham) – new entry
13. Pascal Gross (Brighton) – 2 losses
14. Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg (Tottenham) – new entry
15. William Saliba (Arsenal) – new entry
16. Rodrigo Bentancur (Tottenham) – new entry
17. Martin Odegaard (Arsenal) – 4 defeats
18. Kieran Trippier (Newcastle) – new entry
19. Bukayo Saka (Arsenal) – new entry
20. Gabriel Martinelli (Arsenal) – new entry

Japan and USMNT will take on a key friendly in Dusseldorf, Germany on Friday (starting at 8:25 am ET) as both teams focus on final preparations for the 2022 World Cup.

[ MORE: Five questions for the USMNT ]

With just two months to go in Qatar, the USMNT has two final friendly matches (this game against Japan and then next Tuesday against Saudi Arabia) to get in shape, and it’s a game for Gregg Berhalter’s team.

Join our live questions and answers on NBC Sports YouTube channel after Japan vs USMNT on Friday, September 23rd as we will be live streaming from 10:30 AM ET to answer your questions!

The USMNT will be happy with their chances of qualifying from their World Cup Group as they have England, Wales and Iran to be placed in Group B, while Japan are placed in Group E with Spain, Germany and Costa Rica. hard group.

FULL SCHEDULE OF THE 2022 WORLD CUP

Below is everything you need to know about the Samurai Blue vs. Stars and Stripes clash.


How to watch Japan vs USMNT live, updates and start times

Date: Friday, September 23
Start Time: 8:25 AM ET.
Where: Dusseldorf Arena, Germany
How to watch: ESPN 2 UNIMAS, STUDY


Key storylines

The big storylines around the USMNT leading up to these friendlies seem to have revolved around this young team for most of the last two years: who will play up front and who will be the second centre-back?

With the hot Jordan Pefok unexpectedly dropped out of this squad despite his incredible start to the season for Bundesliga leaders Union Berlin, the duo of Ricardo Pepi and Josh Sargent got one last chance to prove themselves to Berhalter. Gio Reina is back in the squad which is a huge advantage and it gives Berhalter so many opportunities in attacking midfield areas. How can he fit Brenden Aaronsohn, Christian Pulisic and Reyna into the same starting lineup? He can?

The situation in the center of defense was complicated by injuries to Cameron Carter-Vickers and Chris Richards, who had to fight to see who starts alongside Walker Zimmerman in the World Championship. The likes of Aaron Long, Mark McKenzie and Eric Palmer-Brown will see this as a great opportunity to get into the lineup as Miles Robinson is unlikely to come into the lineup with an Achilles tendon injury. Yunus Musa is out with an injury – a blow as he should have started alongside Tyler Adams and Weston McKenny in midfield. In net, Zach Steffen is out with an injury and has just returned, so Ethan Horvath and Sean Johnson will be battling it out for the third and last goaltending spot, with Matt Turner now looking like the starter.


Brenden Aaronson Explains USMNT’s Excitement

Leeds United playmaker Brenden Aaronsohn has made a strong start to his Premier League career over the past few months, and the 21-year-old is set to play in the World Cup just two months later.

“It’s crazy to think how close the World Cup is, it’s in the back of your head,” Aaronsohn told reporters. “With Leeds at the moment I haven’t really had a chance to think about it, but it is really growing. I saw the guys again and thought: “Wow, these are the last two games before the World Cup.” It comes as you fast. I think the preparations and what we’ve done over the past years, we’re all ready to go and we’re all looking forward to it.”


Head-to-head record between Japan and USMNT

This would be only the third meeting between Japan and the USMNT ever, as the first meeting in 1993 in Tokyo saw the hosts lose 3–1, with Hugo Pérez scoring the only US goal. The last time these teams met was in 2006 when the USMNT won 3-2 in San Francisco as goals from Eddie Pope, Clint Dempsey and Taylor Twellman put them 3-0 up and the US held on for the win.


Ins and outs of Japan

This is a very experienced team with captain Maya Yoshida (114 matches) forming the back line, as well as cornerback Yuto Nagatoma (136 matches) and goalkeeper Eiji Kawashima (95 matches) who have also been the backbone of this team for at least a decade, plus Takehiro from ” Arsenal”. Tomiyasu is a key part of their defense. Daichi Kamada (Frankfurt), Ritsu Doan (Freiburg), Kyogo Furuhashi (Celtic) and Takumi Minamino (Monaco) are offensive talents to look out for. Japan and their boss Hajime Moriyasu know they got a tough mark at the World Cup, but they usually exceed expectations very well and they easily qualified in the Asian Football Confederation to qualify for their seventh World Cup in a row.


USMNT Team News, Injuries, Roster Options

Injuries in defense and midfield have given USMNT players everywhere opportunities to make one last statement before the World Cup squad is announced. Expect Eric Palmer-Brown and Mark McKenzie to get plenty of minutes in central defence, while on the left flank there is a battle with Anthony Robinson, who is out of this team due to injury. Can Joe Scully and Sam Vines give Berhalter more back protection headaches?

Luca de la Torre and Malik Tillman will be active in midfield, and at the top it will be really intriguing. Berhalter will try to balance his team, but at the same time will use all his best offensive talents. Does this mean that there will be a false nine? Or will one of the duo in the form of Josh Sargent and Ricardo Pepi step up and take the #9 jersey when they take on Jesús Ferreira?


A sensational report from Italy claims new Chelsea boss Graham Potter’s priority in the transfer market will be to buy Harry Kane from Tottenham Hotspur.

Perhaps even more sensational, but also logical, given that Antonio Conte is Tottenham’s boss, is the announcement in the report that Serie A star Romelu Lukaku, on loan to Inter Milan from Chelsea, will be part of the makeover. .

[ MORE: Five questions for the USMNT ]

What to expect?

Hanging, according to Calcio Mercato, …



Source: soccer.nbcsports.com

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