USA vs. Canada: Gold Cup live stream USMNT, TV channel, how to watch online, news, odds
The United States men's national team wrap up their group stage participation at the Gold Cup on Sunday
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when they take on Canada with first place on the line. Both teams enter at 2-0-0 and with six points, but Canada hold the tiebreaker at the moment thanks to having scored one more goal. That means the Canadians need just a draw to top Group B.
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USA: The momentum is there after that big win over Martinique, but let's remember, it was Martinique. This game should tell us more about the U.S. than any other match of the group stage, and a victory is important for many reasons. A win here would give them more momentum entering the quarterfinals, where they will face either Costa Rica or Jamaica in Arlington, but it is more about being tested and facing real adversity against a solid team. From here on out there shouldn't be any easy ones, and after struggling with Haiti, another tough, tight one could be beneficial for a team looking to find a consistent rhythm.
Canada: Not nearly as scary of a team without Alphonso Davies, this Canada side still has potential. They have scored four goals in each of their first two games, more than any other team in the cup, and the key will be containing Cyle Larin, who had two goals last time out against Haiti. The Besiktas man has pace and technical ability, and he only needs a little room to pull off an effort. Expect him to get his looks, and the U.S. defense will need to press him quickly or risk paying for it.
Dike stays red hot, gets a goal and an assist as the U.S. wins the group. Pick: USA 2, Canada 1
USA vs Canada: Live Stream, How to Watch on TV and Score Updates in Gold Cup
Follow match USMNT vs Canada live stream information and score online, prediction, TV channel, lineups preview, start date and result updates of the 2021 Gold Cup on July 18th 2021. Start time: 5:15pm ET.
The Stars and Stripes have the advantage in the last five matches with a balance of two wins, two draws and one loss; although in 2019 was their last clash in the Concacaf Nations League where they shared victories with the home team taking the three
Stephen Eustáquio when he was in Mexican soccer did not show his talent, but with the Canadian national team he has done well and his good individual technique was evidenced in the last game when he scored the first goal of the game through a direct
Young U.S. striker Daryl Dike is becoming one of the best players on the field for his country, he broke through with a brace in the last game and will be looking to continue increasing his scoring quota.
Last Team Canada
16 Maxime Crépeau 5 Steven Vitória, 4 Kamal Miller, 15 Doneil Henry, 14 Mark-Anthony Kaye, 21 Jonathan Osorio, 7 Stephen Eustáquio, 12 Tajon Buchanan, 2 Alistair Johnston, 17 Cyle Larin, 9 Lucas Cavallini.
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Last Team USA
1 Matt Turner, 16 James Sands 12Miles Robinson, 5 Walker Zimmerman, 4 Donovan Pines, 19 Eryk Williamson, 6 Gianluca Busio, 10 Cristian Roldan, 21 George Bello, 20 Shaquell Moore, 13 Matthew Hoppe, Daryl Dike.
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The youth squad was always a priority
U.S. coach Gregg Berhalter said after the game against Martinique that the plan was always to bring in young players to prepare them for international competitions.
"This is the reason we made this roster. It was important for us to test these players on a stage like this, prior to the World Cup qualifiers. It was always our purpose for this roster, to put these players in competitive CONCACAF scenarios and see how they react."
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Canada: to be more consistent
Despite scoring goals against Martinique and Haiti and leading the sector with a better goal difference than the Americans, the Canadians have left some doubts in some moments of this Gold Cup by falling back and being dominated by their rivals, especially against Haiti, a country that did not have a good enough aim to get a better result.