Seattle Sounders Jordan Morris, Brad Evans and Chad Marshall will all be members of the United States’ 23-man roster for their friendly against Serbia on Jan. 29 in San Diego, Calif., U.S. Soccer announced on Friday.
The match will kick off at 1 p.m. PT and be broadcast on ESPN2 and UniMas.
Head coach Bruce Arena had originally called Sounders goalkeeper Stefan Frei into January camp, but he was sent home after spraining his right ankle. Frei, Morris, Evans and Marshall were four of 32 players called into camp in Carson, Calif., on Jan. 10.
“I have been extremely pleased with the effort and progress we have seen throughout the January Camp,” Arena said. “The entire pool of players [has] performed well and has made our roster decisions very difficult. We are excited to take the next step and look forward to the game against Serbia in San Diego.”
After Serbia, the United States will travel to Chattanooga, Tenn., for the first time and take on Jamaica in the U.S.’ final friendly before 2018 FIFA World Cup Qualifying resumes in March.