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U.S. U-17s hope to bounce back
August 22nd, 2007 7AM

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[PREVIEW] The USA hopes to bounce back from its disappointing 4-3 loss to Tajikistan in its U-17 World Cup opener when it faces Tunisia on Thursday. The game airs live at 4 am ET on ESPN, ESPNU and Galavision, and online at ESPN360.com. ESPNU rebroadcasts the game at noon ET on Thursday. Galavision is rebroadcasting the game at 7 pm ET/PT on Thursday. The USA is aiming to reach the second round for the sixth time in its record 12th appearance. Tunisia beat Belgium, 4-2, in its opener.

Tunisia got two goals from Youssef Msaki in its win over Belgium and had a 3-2 lead before Oussama Boughanmi, scorer of its first goal, was ejected in the 52nd minute.

Tunisia, like all of the USA's Group E opponents, is appearing in its first U-17 World Cup.

Click HERE for video highlights of Tunisia's 4-2 win over Belgium.

Click HERE for video highlights of the USA's 4-3 loss to Tajikistan.



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