I think Bradley will use the same tactics he used for the confederations cup. He'll park the bus and will try to hit teams on the counter and on set pieces.
I don't know about that. You would think they would try to use their "real strategy" in the friendlies leading up to the cup. I mean you only get a few opportunities with the full A team and there isn't any time for messing around with novel ideas a week before the tournament.
So having said that, watching the US yesterday was a little frightening. Their defense was good in the second half, but in the first Turkey had opportunities one after another. The US got caught on counterattacks way too often. It is a concern for sure.