Wales USA live stream: Where can I watch World Cup free tonight?

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Wales and USA kickstart their World Cup campaigns on Monday as they go head to head in Qatar.

The two nations make up Group B alongside England and Iran, who are scheduled to meet this afternoon.

England are favourites to top the group – though anything can happen at a major tournament – while USA and Wales are seen as the next best bets from this pool to qualify for the knockout stages.

Wales, led by coach Robert Page and captain Gareth Bale, are competing at a World Cup for the first time in 64 years, while USA failed to qualify for the 2018 edition of the tournament in Russia but made it to the last 16 four years prior and in 2010.

Here’s all you need to know.

When is it?

USA vs Wales will kick off at 7pm GMT (10pm local time, 2pm EST) on Monday 21 November.

The match will take place at the Ahmad bin Ali Stadium in Al Rayyan.

How can I watch it?

In the UK, the game will air live on ITV 1, and it will stream live on ITVX – previously called ITV Hub. In the US, the match will be on Fox Sports, but will also be available on several streaming platforms such as Hulu + Live TV, fuboTV and Sling TV.

What was the teams news?

Gareth Bale (left) represents Wales’ best hope of reaching the knockout rounds

(Action Images via Reuters)

USA midfielder Luca de la Torre is an injury doubt, having sustained a hamstring injury while on club duty with Celta Vigo in late October.

For Wales, Joe Allen has similarly been battling a hamstring issue, but coach Robert Page will be hopeful that the Swansea midfielder can regain fitness in time to help his team here.

Confirmed line-ups

USA XI: Turner, Dest, Zimmerman, Adams, Robinson, Musah, McKennie, Pulisic, Ream, Weah, Sargent.

Wales XI: Hennessey, Mepham, Rodon, B Davies, Roberts, Ampadu, Ramsey, Wilson, N Williams, James, Bale.


USA – 6/4

Wales – 21/10

Draw – 19/10

Via Betfair.


Most observers expect these two teams to be vying for second place in Group B, with England favourites to qualify atop the group. As such, this game could end up deciding which of these nations advances to the knockout rounds, meaning it may well be an especially tense affair. That could just lead to a low-scoring draw. USA 1-1 Wales.

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