USA vs Haiti: Live Stream, How to Watch on TV and Score Updates in Gold Cup
Follow match USMNT vs Haiti live stream information and score online, prediction, TV channel, lineups preview, start date and result updates of the 2021 Gold Cup on July 11th, 2021. Start time: 8:30pm ET.
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In a few moments we will share with you the starting lineups for the USA vs Haiti live match, as well as the latest information from Sporting Park. Stay tuned for up-to-the-minute live coverage of the match on VAVEL.
9:19 AM7 hours ago
How to watch USMNT vs Haiti Live Stream on TV and Online?
If you want to watch the game United States – Haiti live on TV, your options is: Univision, TUDN, FOX.
If you want to directly stream it: Streaming services and FOX Sports and TUDN app.
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Haiti: last lineup
This is how Haiti lined up a few days ago when they faced Bermuda, in a match corresponding to the reclassification for this tournament: B. Sylvestre; D. Nazon, B. Alceus, R. Adé, M. Experience, J. Geggrard, D. Etienne, L. Pierre, C. Arcus, C. Antoine and F. Pierrot.
9:09 AM7 hours ago
USA: last lineup
This was the lineup used by the United States against Costa Rica in a friendly match played last month: E. Horvath; R. Cannon, M. McKenzie, T. Ream, A. Robinson, Y. Musah, T. Adams, S. Lletget, T. Weah, D. Dike and B. Aaronson.
Designations for the United States vs. Haiti match
The referee for this match will be Saíd Martínez; Walter López, first assistant; Geovany García, second assistant; Diego Motaño, fourth official; Erick Miranda, VAR; and León Barajas, AVAR.
8:59 AM7 hours ago
Haiti, looking for a surprise
For its part, the Haitian national team will be playing in the Gold Cup for the eighth time; its best participation in this CONCACAF tournament was in 2019, when it came in third place.
While they do not have a star-studded roster, it is clear that they could make things difficult for their opponents, especially given how well they looked in the run-up to this competition and the sporting development they have had lately.
8:54 AM8 hours ago
The USA, one of the favorite teams
This will be the sixteenth time that the United States competes in the CONCACAF Gold Cup, a tournament it has won six times: 1991, 2002, 2005, 2007, 2013 and 2017.
For this tournament, even though they did not call up their best players, they will have the obligation to have a good participation because they will be at home, and it will also be a good test to continue demonstrating how much they have grown in recent years.
Group B of the Gold Cup
The USA and Haiti are in the second section of the competition, along with Martinique and Canada.
The activity in this section will conclude on the 18th; the two teams that advance will face the first and second place teams in Group C.
What is the format of the 2021 Gold Cup?
The CONCACAF national team competition consists of 16 teams, which are divided into four sectors, each with four members.
The first phase will be the group stage, in which each team will face its three group rivals once; the first two places in each section will advance to the next round.
Subsequently, the other stages -which are direct elimination (quarterfinals, semifinals and final)- will be played in a single match; in the event of a tie after 90 minutes of regular time, overtime will be played, and if the match is still tied, everything will be decided in a penalty shootout.
United States and Haiti begin their participation
This Sunday night, the United States and Haiti will make their debuts in the 2021 Gold Cup; in terms of current events and squad, they have different objectives, so the difference in expectations in terms of results in this competition are quite considerable between them.
The USA vs Haiti match will be played at the Sporting Park Stadium, in Kansas City, United States. The kick-off is scheduled at 8:30pm ET.
8:29 AM8 hours ago
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Fans react as they watch the Euro 2020 soccer championship quarterfinal match between Belgium and Italy.
Fans react as they watch the Euro 2020 soccer championship quarterfinal match between Belgium and Italy from the UEFA Fan Zone in Piazza del Popolo, in Rome, Italy, Friday, July 2, 2021.Cecilia Fabiano | La Press via The Associated Press
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It’s Italy vs. England in the 2020 UEFA Euro final at Wembley Stadium in London on Sunday, July 11 (7/11/2021), at 3:00 p.m. ET.
The match will be broadcast on ESPN and TUDN, and can be streamed live on fuboTV, ESPN+, Sling and other live TV streaming services.
England will be fighting for its first ever European Championship in front of a friendly home crowd, but Italy — who have not won the championship since 1968 — brings the momentum of a staggering 33-game unbeaten streak into Sunday’s final.
In the semifinals, Italy drew with Spain 1-1, but won 4-2 on penalties. England beat Denmark 2-1 to advance.
Here’s how to watch the game:
What: UEFA Euro 2020 final
Who: Italy vs. England
When: Sunday, July 11
Where: Wembley Stadium
Time: 3:00 p.m. ET
TV: ESPN, TUDN (Spanish language)
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Story by The Associated Press
LONDON (AP) — Playing at the European Championship has been a very welcome feeling for England defender John Stones. Thanks, in part, to the refereeing.
While Premier League games are often punctuated by long pauses for drawn-out video review checks, that hasn’t been the case over the last month with refereeing overseen by UEFA at Euro 2020.
A higher threshold for intervening to potentially overturn on-field decisions cuts out pauses in games.
“They wanted everything to go quite swiftly and move and keep the game flowing,” Stones said Friday. “I’d like to see that maybe definitely coming to the Premier League next season if they can kind of, not speed the game, but keep it flowing a little bit more. That would be a good thing that’s probably come out of this tournament.”
So quick are some of the VAR checks that it might not seem one is even taking place.
In Sunday’s final at Wembley Stadium, Dutch referee Björn Kuipers will oversee the match between England and Italy.
“We want the minimum interference for the maximum benefit and we want to intervene (only) for clear and obvious mistakes,” UEFA chief refereeing officer Robert Rosetti said during the tournament.
“We need to find the correct balance in the line of intervention, because our target is to keep football like it is. It’s not acceptable to study all the minor pushing or pulling, or minor contacts and marginal contacts independently. The laws of the game are clear.”
Unlike competitions, including the Premier League, calls like offside aren’t being dissected on television forensically with dotted lines and detailed geometry.
“The time that is taken for the decisions has been really quick,” Stones said. “It seems that sometimes from our point of view, we want it to be kind of checked a little bit more.”
Not so on Wednesday, perhaps, when Raheem Sterling won the penalty that led to England’s winner against Denmark in the semifinals. Bursting into the penalty area in extra time, Sterling appeared to lose his balance following a challenge by Joakim Maehle. The winger eventually fell to the ground after a nudge from another Denmark player, Mathias Jensen.