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How to Watch: Trinidad and Tobago host USMNT in World Cup Qualifier

USMNT plays second World Cup qualifying match at Trinidad and Tobago.

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Brad Mills-USA TODAY Sports

The United States Men's National Team face their biggest test in Round 4 of CONCACAF World Cup qualifying when they play Trinidad and Tobago in Port of Spain at 6:30PM EST on Tuesday. Trinidad and Tobago, led by Cardiff City forward Kenwyne Jones, has been enjoying a strong run of form, having not lost a match in regulation since June. They are favorites to advance with the United States out of the fourth round and into the final "hexagonal" qualifying round.

The USMNT is coming off a convincing 6-1 win over St. Vincent and the Grenadines to start their World Cup qualifying campaign. Contrary to the lineup he penned against Mexico in October, head coach Jurgen Klinsmann started players he sees as a big part of this World Cup cycle. Gone from the lineup were DaMarcus Beasley, Kyle Beckerman and Clint Dempsey, who were replaced by DeAndre Yedlin, Tim Ream and Bobby Wood. Bobby Wood started alongside Jozy Altidore at the forward position and rewarded Klinsmann with a game tying goal and an assist.

One veteran will make his way back into the lineup for his first competitive match since the World Cup in Brazil. Thirty six year old Tim Howard will get the start against the Soca Warriors as he looks to take his starting job back from Brad Guzan.

The game is not on a mainstream cable channel in the U.S. The rights are owned by BeIn Sport USA, but there are a number of options to watch online in case you don't subscribe to that station.

A full list of options can be found here.

Game time: November 17th, 6:30PM EST

TV: BeIn Sports USA, NBC Universo

Spanish language stream: NBC Deportes (free)

Paid stream: Fubo TV (free for 24 hours, $6.99/mo)