USMNT vs. Canada World Cup qualifier: Live stream and TV info – USA TODAY

The next step in what the U.S. men’s national soccer team hopes is a successful 2022 World Cup qualification campaign will be a road game against Canada. 
This is also a showdown of the top two teams in the Concacaf World Cup qualifying standings. The Canadians are a surprise leader with 19 points through nine games; the USMNT is one point behind in second place and one point ahead of third-place Mexico.
Sunday’s game in Canada is the second of three matches in the next-to-last round of Concacaf qualifiers for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, which will be held from Nov. 21-Dec. 18. On Thursday, the USMNT earned a 1-0 victory against El Salvador in Columbus, Ohio. Antonee Robinson scored the winning goal in the 52nd minute as the USMNT remains on course for World Cup qualification. On Wednesday, the U.S. will host Honduras in St. Paul, Minnesota.
The final round of World Cup qualifiers starts on March 24, when Mexico will host the USMNT. The U.S. will host Panama in Orlando, Florida, on March 27, and then finish qualifying at Costa Rica on March 30.
The top three teams automatically qualify for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, while the fourth-place team must compete in an inter-continental playoff.
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Here’s everything you need to know for Sunday’s match:
Kickoff is slated for 3 p.m. ET on Sunday, Jan. 30, at Tim Hortons Field – a.k.a. “The Donut Box” – in Hamilton, Ontario, which is home to Forge FC of the Canadian Premier League and the Hamilton Tiger-Cats of the CFL.
Paramount+ will stream the game. Spanish-language broadcast available on Telemundo and Universo. The game also is available on fuboTV.
USMNT roster
Goalkeepers (4): Sean Johnson (New York City FC), Gabriel Slonina (Chicago Fire FC), Zack Steffen (Manchester City/England), Matt Turner (New England Revolution)
Defenders (9): Reggie Cannon (Boavista/Portugal), Sergiño Dest (Barcelona/Spain), Brooks Lennon (Atlanta United), Mark McKenzie (Genk/Belgium), Chris Richards (Hoffenheim/Germany), Antonee Robinson (Fulham/England), Miles Robinson (Atlanta United), DeAndre Yedlin (Unattached), Walker Zimmerman (Nashville SC)
Midfielders (7): Kellyn Acosta (LAFC), Tyler Adams (RB Leipzig/Germany), Luca de la Torre (Heracles/Netherlands), Sebastian Lletget (New England Revolution), Weston McKennie (Juventus/Italy), Yunus Musah (Valencia/Spain), Cristian Roldan (Seattle Sounders)
Forwards (8): Brenden Aaronson (Red Bull Salzburg/Austria), Paul Arriola (FC Dallas), Jesús Ferreira (FC Dallas), Jordan Morris (Seattle Sounders), Ricardo Pepi (Augsburg/Germany), Christian Pulisic (Chelsea/England), Tim Weah (Lille/France), Gyasi Zardes (Columbus Crew)
Canada roster
Goalkeepers (3): Milan Borjan (Red Star Belgrade/Serbia), Maxime Crépeau (LAFC/USA), Jayson Leutwiler (Oldham Athletic/England)
Defenders (9): Samuel Adekugbe (Hatayspor FC/Turkey), Derek Cornelius (Panetolikos FC/Greece), Cristián Gutierrez (Vancouver Whitecaps FC), Doneil Henry (Unattached), Alistair Johnston (CF Montréal), Scott Kennedy (SSV Jahn Regensburg/Germany), Richie Laryea (Nottingham Forest FC/England), Kamal Miller (CF Montréal), Steven Vitória (Moreirense FC/Portugal)
Midfielders (6): Stephen Eustáquio (Porto/Portugal), Liam Fraser (KMSK Deinze/Belgium), Atiba Hutchinson (Besiktas JK/Turkey), Mark-Anthony Kaye (Colorado Rapids/USA), Jonathan Osorio (Toronto FC), Samuel Piette (CF Montréal)
Forwards (7): Tajon Buchanan (Club Brugge KV/Belgium), Lucas Cavallini (Vancouver Whitecaps FC), Jonathan David (Lille OSC/France), David Junior Hoilett (Reading FC/England), Cyle Larin (Besiktas JK/Turkey), Liam Millar (FC Basel/Switzerland), Iké Ugbo (KRC Genk/Belgium)  


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