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USMNT at Trinidad and Tobago 2018 World Cup Qualifier: Time, How To Watch, Match Thread

Time for the USMNT to punch their ticket to Russia

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The road to Russia comes down to the final day as the United States take on Trinidad and Tobago in their most important World Cup Qualifier in 28 years. Getting a positive result in T&T is a must; a win or a draw and they’re through to Russia. Lose, and things are up in the air and might end in a playoff with Australia.

Now here’s where things get dicey in so far as viewing tonights match. Each home team in CONCACAF are responsible for selling the TV rights. So one would expect FOX or ESPN? Nope. Tonight’s match will be on BeIN Sports, and not everyone gets that particular channel.

Other options include NBC Universo broadcast in Spanish, or free services such as go90, but it’s a crapshoot at best as to whether it works or not; just ask Thorns fans. You can also sign up for a free trial of Fubo TV, which includes a DVR function and works most of the time (I have it and it works for me).

There is also BeIn Sports connect, which you sign in with credentials from your Cable/Satellite provider. You can also try Sling TV as BeIn is available in their Sports Extra package.


United States:

Trinidad and Tobago: TBA

How To Watch

Kickoff Time: 8:00 p.m. ET, 5:00 p.m. PT

Available TV: beIN Sports, NBC Universo

Available Streams: fuboTV (free trial), beIN Sports Connect, go90, Sling TV, Telemundo Deportes En Vivo

This will serve as your match thread!