USMNT vs Grenada, live! How to Watch, Stream, Preview, Queues

The United States Men’s National Team advances to CONCACAF Nations League friendlies on Friday when Grenada visits the Q2 Stadium in Austin, Texas on Friday.

The Yanks have two CNL games in five days to make up ground after El Salvador and Grenada met twice in four days, with Grenada drawing 2-2 on Tuesday at home after a 3-1 loss at El Salvador in June. 4.

Grenada have not won a match in 2021 or 2022, the draw with El Salvador one of only two unbeaten matches (Gibraltar, Gibraltar, March 23). The Spice Boys lost 3-0 to Charlotte FC and 1-0 to Andorra after losing to Panama, Qatar, Honduras, Montserrat and Antigua and Barbuda since June 4.

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With a much tougher El Salvador away test days later, there’s plenty of reason to believe Gregg Berhalter could give his depth some chances after a 0-0 draw with Uruguay and a 3-0 win. -0 against Morocco.

USMNT vs Granada: How to watch, TV, start time, live stream

Kickoff: 10 p.m. ET Friday
All-time series leader: Grenada – 0 wins, USA – 3 wins, draws – 0
Current FIFA Ranking: USA – 15th, Grenada – 170th
TV channel: Unimas, TUDN
Stream: ESPN+

The Yanks have never lost to Grenada, winning 3-0 and 3-2 in 2004 and 4-0 in 2009. The expectation would normally be for a multi-goal victory, but the Yanks need to finish their chances, which did not happen against Uruguay,

Gregg Berhalter’s graduates have had a bit of a feast or famine in 2022, shut out by Canada, Mexico, Costa Rica and Uruguay, but scoring several goals against Honduras, Panama and Morocco.

The Americans are the defending Nations League champions after a thrilling overtime win over Mexico almost exactly a year ago.

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What can we learn from the USMNT against Grenada?

The biggest questions for the Yanks as they prepare for the World Cup are up and behind.

Miles Robinson’s Achilles injury and Berhalter’s choice to leave John Brooks out of the squad means there is a shallower pool of centre-backs than ever, with Walker Zimmerman proving worthy of a starting spot but Chris Richards’ injury preventing him from claiming a place.

Aaron Long got two straight starts. The stalwart New York Red Bulls stalwart is a versatile defender who is limited as a passer. Erik Palmer-Brown (Troyes) and Cameron Carter-Vickers (Celtic) are also in camp and whether we see one alongside Zimmerman or both on the pitch against Granada will provide additional context.

The other question is the centre-forward. Jesus Ferreira created chances but didn’t finish them against Morocco and Uruguay, but Grenada should be an opportunity for a boost of confidence. Haji Wright and Timothy Weah would probably prefer those chances too, despite Weah being a winger for the club.

Although there are no Brooks-level omissions among the central strikers, Berhalter still has a group of them that are not in the camp: Josh Sargent, Daryl Dike and Ricardo Pepi are the most mentioned names of a deep group.

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