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What has been Canada and USA's form ahead of this game?

The Canadian side has enjoyed quite a successful run in 2019, with six wins and two losses in their eight games this year. Herdman's men managed to win both of their last matches against Cuba, which gave their chances of finishing first in the group a massive boost.

The USMNT makes it to this clash after putting an end to a three-game streak without a win. The Stars and Stripes defeated Cuba in their last match to keep their chances alive in this competition, despite only playing their first game.

How did Canada and USA get to this stage of the CONCACAF Nations League?

Canada made it to Group A of the CONCACAF Nations League after finishing second in the tournament's qualifiers held last year. The Canucks won all of their four games, and missed out on the top spot since Haiti scored one more goal than them in those four matches.

The USMNT made it to this stage of the competition after being handed a bye due to their involvement in the 2018 FIFA World Cup Qualifiers. This will be the North American side's debut in this tournament.

Canada currently tops Group A following their two wins against Cuba (6-0 at home, 1-0 away), while the USMNT only has three points as a result of their win against the Cuban side.

Canada vs USA - Head to head

  • This will be the 34th match between the Canadian side and the USMNT.

  • The USMNT has won 14 games against the Canadian team.

  • Canada has only been able to win eight matches against the USMNT.

  • The last competitive game between these teams ended in a 2-0 win for the USMNT.

  • Les Rouges have not been able to beat USA since their penalty shootout win in t he 2002 CONCACAF Gold Cup.

  • The Stars and Stripes' last visit to Canada ended in a goalless draw back in 2012.

  • The last win for the Canadian side in 90 minutes against the USMNT took place in 1985. That game concluded with a 2-0 win for the Canucks.

Canada vs USA - Who's in and who's out?

Canada's coach John Herdman decided not to have a friendly clash before this game, and to top it all, he chose to leave some stellar names out of his squad such as strikers Cyle Larin and Tosaint Ricketts. Herdman will rely on the experience of players such as Jonathan Osorio, captain Scott Arfield and striker Lucas Cavallini, who should be the team's top goalscoring threat against the USMNT.

USA's coach Gregg Berhalter decided to leave Jozy Altidore out of this clash, which will prevent the striker from getting closer to the all-time goalscoring leaders for the Stars and Stripes. Chelsea star Christian Pulisic should be considered as the team's main weapon, having scored 14 goals in 33 games for the USMNT.

Broadcast info - Canada vs USA

In the U.S.: TUDN USA, TUDN en Vivo, Univision NOW, ESPN2, UniMás.

In Canada: OneSoccer.

Canada vs USA Broadcast Information

Kick-off time: Tuesday 15 October 7:30pm ET / 12:30am BST / 1:30am CET
Stadium: BMO Field, Toronto
Canada: OneSoccer
United States: fuboTV, Univision NOW, TUDN en Vivo, ESPN App, UniMás, TUDN USA, ESPN2

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