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The United States Men's National Team look to continue their success in the all-time series when they face Saudi Arabia in an international friendly on Tuesday. The USMNT have posted a 3-1-2 record against the Saudis, recording a 2-0 victory in the third-place match of the 1999 FIFA Confederations Cup in their most recent meeting. Both sides played a friendly match on Friday, with the U.S. suffering a 2-0 loss against Japan and Saudi Arabia battling Ecuador to a 0-0 draw. This will be the final tune-up for the USMNT before the 2022 FIFA World Cup in November, while the Saudis have five more friendlies scheduled before they compete in the tournament.

Kickoff is set for 2 p.m. ET at Estadio Enrique Roca in Murcia, Spain. The U.S. are listed as -120 favorites (risk $120 to win $100) on the money line in the latest USA vs. Saudi Arabia odds from Caesars Sportsbook, while Saudi Arabia are +310 underdogs. A 90-minute draw is set at +220 and the over/under for total goals scored is 2.5. Before making any Saudi Arabia vs. USA picks, you need to see what renowned soccer bettor Jon Eimer has to say.

Eimer is a high-volume bettor who has vast knowledge of leagues and players across the globe. Since joining SportsLine, Eimer has covered the English Premier League, Serie A, the FA Cup and much more. He is 37-20-1 on his Premier League picks for SportsLine in 2022, for a profit of more than $1,400 for $100 bettors.

Now, Eimer has taken a close look at the USMNT vs. Saudi Arabia and has come up with three confident picks. He has identified several factors as to why these picks will cash. You can only see Eimer's picks at SportsLine

  • USMNT vs. Saudi Arabia over/under: 2.5 goals
  • USMNT vs. Saudi Arabia money line: USA -120, Saudi Arabia +310, Draw +220
  • USMNT vs. Saudi Arabia picks: See picks at SportsLine

Why USA can win

The USMNT are capable of erupting offensively as they posted a 5-1 victory against Panama during World Cup qualifying in March and a 5-0 triumph over Grenada in the Concacaf Nations League in June. Christian Pulisic, who led the Americans with five goals during qualifying, scored three times in the win versus Panama. The 24-year-old forward has not played for the USMNT since their 3-0 victory against Morocco in a friendly in March but is expected to be in the starting lineup on Tuesday.

The U.S. hope to continue to receive production from Jesus Ferreira, who also scored against Panama. The son of 2010 Major League Soccer MVP David Ferreira, the 21-year-old forward registered his first international hat trick when he scored four times in the rout of Grenada. Jesus Ferreira is fourth in MLS this year and shares FC Dallas' single-season record with 18 goals after registering a brace in FC Dallas' 2-1 victory against LAFC on Sept. 10.

Why Saudi Arabia can win

The Saudis produced 34 goals over 18 matches during World Cup qualifying, the fewest among the six Asian teams to earn a spot in the tournament. But they allowed only 10 and finished first in their group in both the second and third rounds with a combined 13-4-1 record. The Green Falcons have given up a total of three goals over their last five matches across all competitions.

Winger Salem Al-Dawsari scored seven goals during World Cup qualifying, tying him for the team lead with injured striker Saleh Al-Shehri. The 31-year-old netted the lone goal in Saudi Arabia's 1-0 triumph over Australia in late March. Al-Dawsari is tied with midfielder Fahad Al-Muwallad, who recorded four goals and three assists during World Cup qualifying, for the most goals on the national team's current roster with 17 across all competitions.

How to make USA vs. Saudi Arabia picks

Eimer has analyzed USA vs. Saudi Arabia and is picking Under 2.5 goals (-145). But he has also identified two other confident picks for Saudi Arabia vs. USA. He's only sharing those picks at SportsLine.

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