Where to Watch England vs USA: Predictions, Start Time and More

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England and the USA continue their World Cup bids, with Gareth Southgate’s side striving to effectively qualify before the last match of the group. Find out how to watch England vs USA, when the match is on and what Last Word on Football thinks will happen in this Group B battle.

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How to Watch England vs USA

Where and When is England vs USA?

England vs USA is the final kickoff of the day on November 25. The match takes place at Al Bayt Stadium, with the potential for almost 70,000 fans to lend their voices to whichever side they support.

Kickoff is at 7 pm GMT, with Americans taking in the after-lunch entertainment at 2 pm EST. The West Coast can see the match starting at 11 am.

England vs USA Prediction

The USA demonstrated the best and worst of what they can do against Wales. An excellent first half saw the USMNT completely dominate the pitch, with Tyler Adams flying into challenges all across the pitch. A dire second half revealed the worst of Gregg Berhalter’s style, as the style became far more passive and allowed Wales to come back into the match.

Gareth Southgate’s England got off to a flyer. A questionable VAR decision was the only reason the side conceded two in a demolition of Iran. Expect the European side to come out all guns blazing, with Bukayo Saka providing an especially sharp cutting edge. Harry Kane‘s availability (confirmed by Gareth Southgate) will only further boost English hopes.

Where to Watch England vs USA

Where to watch England vs USA depends on where you are in the world. Viewers in the UK can catch the match on ITV1, with ITVX providing an online option. The match is available in the US on FOX, with Telemundo Deportes offering a Spanish-language service. 

Current Odds: England vs USA

England are firm favourites at 7/12, with the draw next most likely at 3/1. The USMNT emerging victorious is a firm underdog at 11/2. 

 

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