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USA knows it needs a win to keep Copa América hopes alive: 'We're all confident'

KANSAS CITY, Kansas — The U.S. men's national team might be tired of having its back against the wall, but that's the situation the group finds itself in as it prepares for what could be its final Copa América match.

The Americans face undefeated Uruguay at Arrowhead Stadium on Monday (9 p.m. ET on FOX and the FOX Sports app) and understand that while there are various scenarios that would either get them through to the knockout round or send them home, all they're focused on is getting a W.

The USMNT, which was initially projected to make a respectable run in this tournament, took care of business in its first match by beating Bolivia 2-0. Then on Thursday, the team was stunned by Panama, losing 2-1 while playing most of the match down a man after Tim Weah was sent off with a red card in the 18th minute. On Saturday, Weah was handed a two-game suspension by CONMEBOL as punishment.

The U.S. is trying not to let all that reality creep into their minds or add extra pressure.

"There's a lot of different circumstances that can happen in the game that we can still go through to the next stage," Jedi Robinson told reporters on Saturday after the team trained at Compass Minerals National Performance Center, home to MLS club Sporting Kansas City.

"We just have to think that a win definitely gives us the best chance of going through and if we take care of business on the day, and we don't go through, then that's unfortunately what will be, will be. But I like to think that if we win, we'll be going through. So, give ourselves the best chance and go from there."

Robinson said the vibe within the team the last couple of days has been "as good as it can be, to be honest," which was not a ringing endorsement based on his tone, though