The draw for the CONCACAF Gold Cup will take place on Tuesday at Noon on CONCACAF.com and we will find out just which teams the U.S. men's national team will take on in the group stage.
As a regional power, the United States isn't expected to struggle out of its group, but with several smaller teams looking more formidable than usual, the Americans figure to have at least one or two tough tests in the group phase.
CONCACAF will do it's part to ensure that the United States and Mexico are in separate groups, with Honduras a potential top seed in the third tournament group. If those three are the pre-seeds, that still leaves several tricky opponents. Jamaica, Costa Rica and Canada are all capable of causing problems in the group stage as well as the knockout rounds.
So here's our question to you. Which of the aforementioned teams would you like to see the United States face in the group stage?
Would you like seeing how the Americans match up against the speedsters from Jamaica? Want a re-match with Bryan Ruiz and Costa Rica? Eager to see the United States face Dwayne DeRosario and the Canadians so we can finally stop hearing about the offside call in the 2007 Gold Cup semifinal?
Which opponent would you like to see? Cast your vote here:
Who did you pick, and why? Which team do you want to see the United States avoid? Worried about the United States slipping up in the group stages? Think a USA-Mexico final is inevitable?
Share your thoughts below.