SEATTLE, June 16 (UPI) -- CenturyLink Field is infamous for its deafening decibel levels.
On Thursday night, it will be put to a new test, and the Seattle Seahawks wont even be taking the field.
Jurgen Klinsmann's United States Men's National Team is a favorite as it faces Ecuador at 9:30 p.m. in a Copa America Centenario quarterfinal. Ecuador is ranked No. 13 in the world, while the U.S. squad is ranked No. 31.
According to sportsbook OddsShark.com, the U.S. men's soccer team is going off at +160. Columbia, Argentina, and Mexico are the other favorites to advance in the tournament.
USMNT won Group A after consecutive shutout victories. It also faced Ecuador May 25, using a Darlington Nagbe goal in the 90th minute for a victory. USMNT is 3-5-5 all-time against Ecuador. It has claimed victories in four of its previous five match ups against Ecuador. Ecuador reached the quarterfinal after finishing second in Group B. USMNT has not reached the Copa America semifinals since 1995.
The U.S. will be without the services of DeAndre Yedlin, who was suspended for receiving a red card in his last match. Michael Orozco will likely take over his starting spot.
"Try to pressure him, not give him that much space because he's a guy that likes to cut a lot," Orozco told Goal.com's Ives Galarcep, referring to his defense of Jefferson Montero. "If you go at him hard, maybe the first play, obviously to the ball, he'll back off. But you just can't give him time, he's one of those players that gets confidence and he'll go at you."
Klinsmann has maintained a relaxed composure regarding Yedlin's replacement.
"It's a bummer that DeAndre cannot play, but I'm not worried because I know whoever plays instead of him will get his job done, will give everything he has," Klinsmann told ESPN FC.
Fans can watch the game on FOX Sports 1, Univision, or Univision Deportes, or can live stream with Fox Soccer 2Go, FOXsportsgo.com, Univision Deportes en vivo, Sling, or fuboTV.
There have been 42,000 tickets sold for the match, would could have sellout status hampered due to high ticket prices. CenturyLink holds more than 67,000. Tickets are currently listed from $65 to more than $1,000.
USMNT had an average attendance of more than 52,000 in the group stage and had an attendance of more than 67,000 in its opening match at Levi's Stadium, according to OregonLive.com.