Craig Levein will be hoping to find out a few more things about his Scotland squad ahead of the start of qualifying for World Cup 2014 in autumn, as he takes them across the Atlantic to face a solid United States side.
Perhaps not surprisingly, the hosts are Betfred’s 8/11 favourites ahead of the Jacksonville clash while the Scots are Skybet’s 9/2 outsiders and it’s 3/1 with bet365 to finish all square but with this likely to be little more than a learning experience for the visitors it’s hard to see past the home side.
Jurgen Klinsmann’s charges are just 7/4 via Ladbrokes to prevail ‘to nil’ and 7/1 courtesy of Blue Square to strike twice without reply in what could be a fairly routine success for the USA who have won three out of three in 2012.
The last of those victories came against Italy and the man that won that one for them can make an impact in this one as well. Fulham attacker Clint Dempsey has enjoyed an excellent Premier League campaign and looks too big at 13/2 (Betfred) to break the deadlock.
Clint Dempsey to score first – 13/2 (Betfred)