DAVID SMITH - Friday, January 16, 2015
The US National team will face cross-border rivals Mexico in San Antonio on April 15 in San Antonio.
The two teams will face off for the first time since last April's 2-2 friendly draw in Glendale, Arizona. In that game, a pair of early goals by Michael Bradley and Chris Wondolowski were canceled out by a pair by Rafael Marquez and Alan Pulido.
Klinsmann still remains undefeated against Mexico since taking over the reigns of the national team, winning two and drawing three overall.
The two wins were important ones, one coming in World Cup qualifying, a traditional 2-0 win in Colombus, and the other being a 1-0 win in Mexico City, the team's first-ever win in the famed Azteca.
Both teams reached the round of 16 in last summer's World Cup in Brazil, and were both knocked out in 2-1 losses.
April's game is a preamble to a likely rematch between the two teams in this summer's Gold Cup, with three of the last four tournaments being decided by a United States versus Mexico finale.
The game will take place at 7:30pm local time in San Antonio's Alamodome.