For the first time at the World Cup, the U.S. men's national team is facing legitimate injury concerns.
There have been fitness issues, of course. Gio Reyna's has been a talking point throughout, and will remain so unless he plays significant minutes at some point. Weston McKennie and Sergino Dest, meanwhile, entered the tournament with some reasons for concern.
But the U.S. has not faced something of this level just yet as they look ahead to the knockout rounds.
Christian Pulisic is dealing with a pelvic contusion, having suffered the injury scoring his heroic goal against Iran. The U.S. is hopeful he'll play, but it isn't a certainty.
The same can be said about striker Josh Sargent, who started twice in the group stage. He's dealing with an ankle injury that could keep him out of the game against the Dutch.
So, what's Gregg Berhalter to do? How does he balance injuries, tactics, fitness and form heading into a one-off game against an international powerhouse like the Netherlands?
GOAL takes a look at how the U.S. may line up against the Netherlands on Saturday...