The two sides will clash in the second match for both the teams in Group B. England top the group with three points after beating Iran 6-2, while USMNT were forced to settle for a disappointing draw against them. wales,
But a result against England would put the Americans in good position to progress to the knockout stages, and is bound to generate excitement and interest back home.
“I think this is clearly a huge opportunity to fast-track the impact that we can make,” Adams said. “These are the games where [it’s a] High pressure, privileged moment to step onto the field against some of these guys. We respect them, probably mutual respect between the two teams, and when you get results in a game like this, people start respecting the Americans a little bit more.”
Adams also said that he would not be overwhelmed by the opportunity, as he has already played against a number of England players in the Premier League.
“I wouldn’t say there are many things that scare me other than spiders,” he said.
The idea is that England is bound to have more possession against America than against Wales.
But manager Greg Berhalter insisted the Americans would continue to try to impose their attacking style on the Three Lions.
“We have been working on our style of play for the last three-and-a-half years and how we want to execute on the field,” he added.
“So it’s going to be no different against England. We think there are areas we can exploit and we want to damage them. We’re going to prepare. We know this is a really good team.” Is.”
“We know they have threats. We know we have to be careful about their threats. But we want to play our game.”
Berhalter said the USMNT will need to be more accurate in moments of transition, an area where it didn’t do enough to punish Wales on Monday.
“There were chances we didn’t take advantage of,” he said. “It’s something we recognized in the post-game meeting yesterday, and we need to work better on that, especially in those moments where the opponent pushes you back a bit, which can happen in the match.
“We want to position high, we want to create pressure, but there are going to be moments where we are short on the ground and we need to be able to take advantage of the space behind the defense and we didn’t do that.” Which is effectively against Wales.”
There is talk that America is looking at a “golden generation” of players, as 10 of the 11 players against Wales play in one of the top five European leagues.
But Berhalter cautioned that such talk is premature.
“We haven’t achieved anything as a group on the world stage,” he said. “When you’re talking about, you know, England coming in fourth [at the 2018 World Cup] and then coming in another [at the Euro 2020]There are concrete things that you can say, ‘Okay, this group has accomplished something,’ and we’re not there yet. We need to use this World Cup to establish ourselves and then hopefully move on to the next World Cup and do the same.
“But I think we’re trying to make a call to our team, and that’s still to be determined.”
“They’re both fine,” he said.