Projecting the USMNT's 2020 lineup
After failing to qualify for the 2018 World Cup, the United States men's national team won't play a competitive match until the 2019 Gold Cup, which is over 600 days away.
Thus, the Russia board -- ESPN's projected lineup series for the 2018 World Cup -- ends eight months prematurely.
Without a squad to project for next year's big event, let's turn our attention even further ahead to CONCACAF's next Hexagonal round, which will presumably start in late 2020 and will presumably include the United States.
Everyone on the current U.S. roster will (obviously) be three years older, and only four starters from Tuesday's game will be younger than 30: Christian Pulisic, DeAndre Yedlin, Bobby Wood and Paul Arriola.