The hot U.S. men’s national team returns to action on Tuesday with World Cup qualifiers in Jamaica (5 p.m. ET on Supreme +), with Gregg Berhalter’s team looking to build on a 2-0 win over Mexico on Friday. The Americans top the table in Concacaf and are on their way to the tournament in Qatar, but there’s still work to be done. A win here would likely make the US a padlock for at least the intercontinental playoffs, although a knockout is expected.
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How to watch and odds
- Day: Tuesday, November 16 | Time: 5 p.m. ET
- Location: Independence Park – Kingston, Jamaica
- Live: Supreme +
- The odds: Jamaica +480; Draw +240; USA -175 (according to Caesars Sportsbook)
Jamaica: Reggae Boyz isn’t out of it yet, but the boy has some work to do. The 1-3-3 record is a lousy start, but they have earned points in their last three games. If they can get something here, they’ll have a shot. But for that to happen, they will most likely need at least one goal. They have had three goals in their last two games, but they dropped three points against El Salvador on Friday, conceding a goal in the 90th minute. They have to do better with defensive crosses, especially in the air, and they have to defend firmly when the US has damage players on the flanks.
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USMNT: This team has certainly made its stride and has immense confidence. But, in Jamaica, that won’t be easy. First, they have to keep a close eye on Michail Antonio and Leon Bailey, because both of these Premier League talents have the potential to create their own magical moments. Another worry going into this game is what to do with Weston McKennie’s position when he is suspended. Expect Kellyn Acosta to move in, though Gianluca Busio is an option if Berhalter wants to be a bit more aggressive. Miles Robinson is also suspended, and Chris Richards is expected to come on and get a second game.
A rough start gave the hosts the lead, but Christian Pulisic and Tim Weah combined in the second half for a valuable point. Pick: USA 1, Jamaica 1
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