TheNearPostThis could definitely work. It's got a good balance of pacy, powerful runners looking to get into the channels and spring the offside trip, and sophisticated creative passers that will release these guys in behind. The only quarrel is that Kljestan hasn't always looked good as a left midfielder, but I think he can do some damage if he's allowed to really get forward and into the space between lines. He wasn't when he was used as a second half sub against Italy and was stuck in his own half. He should look a bit better from the start here.