USMNT vs Honduras live stream: Score updates, temperature, how to watch, Weston McKennie goal and CONCACAF news


The final game of this World Cup qualifying window is close to a must win for the USA Men’s National Team, while Canada’s visit to El Salvador could further cement a World Cup berth and that Mexico are looking to improve on their recent performance by hosting Panama.

After a 2-0 loss to Canada in Hamilton, Ont., Gregg Berhalter’s team will face Honduras tonight in a St. Paul, Minn. land in the negative.

Paul Tenorio, Sam Stejskal and Jeff Rueter are on the court (and bundled up) in Minnesota. Josh Kloke follows Canada and Felipe Cárdenas does the same with Mexico. Stay tuned here for live updates and analysis of all the action around CONCACAF.

How to watch:

USA vs. Honduras at 7:30 p.m. ET on FS1, Univision, TUDN

El Salvador vs. Canada at 9 p.m. ET on Paramount+, Sportsnet (CAN)

Mexico vs. Panama at 10:00 p.m. ET on Univision, TUDN

Background reading:

USMNT’s Updated Qualifying Scenarios, Bracing for Freezing Cold, Struggle on Attack

Canada and the USMNT are similar teams with one major difference: one plays happily and the other doesn’t.

USMNT had plenty of ball possession but lacked advantage in another fateful loss to Canada

Q&A: Mexican coach Tata Martino on El Tri’s bad pass, how to handle the pressure

‘Speak to existence’: John Herdman’s self-confidence mantra brings Canada close to realizing men’s World Cup dream

The Evolution of Canada’s Men’s Team: From National Embarrassment to CONCACAF Envy

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