As the United States women’s national team prepares for its first knockout round game — this Monday in Reims against Spain — head coach Jill Ellis faces a big question.
Who doesn’t start?
For the most part, the coach’s preferred starting XI has been locked in for the better part of a year, but a spate of recent injuries has allowed Sam Mewis to start a number of games this spring and summer; and her excellent form is starting to create a bit of a selection headache.
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