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United States vs. Northern Ireland live stream, Men's international friendly live stream, USMNT lineup, TV channel, start time, how to watch
The U.S. Men’s National Team will look to continue their perfect record in International Friendlies when they face Northern Ireland in Belfast on Sunday afternoon.

Northern Ireland will look to bounce back after a tough 2-0 loss to Italy on Thursday in their opening campaign while the United States is coming off a big win over Jamaica in a friendly.




This should be a fun match to watch, here is everything you need to know to stream the action this afternoon.

United States vs. Northern Ireland
When: Sunday, March 28
Time: 12:00 p.m. ET
TV Channel: ESPN
Live Stream: fuboTV (watch for free)
Northern Ireland possible starting lineup:
Peacock-Farrell; Ballard, Cathcart, Brown; Kennedy, Thompson, Smith, Saville, Lewis; Whyte, Charles

What are the odds?
Northern Ireland: 15/4
Draw: 12/5
USA: 4/6
(Odds via PaddyPower and correct at time of writing)

USA possible starting lineup:
Steffen; Ream, Miazga, Robinson, Dest; Musah, Acosta, Lletget; Pulisic, Sargent, Reyna

Soccer Odds and Betting Lines

Team news: USA
This is the final game of the USA's international window and so no real need for resting of players after their 4-1 win over Jamaica last week. Four alterations to their starting XI as Matt Miazga, Antonee Robinson, Tim Ream and Jordan Siebatcheu all come in.
Goalkeeper Zack Steffen is at Manchester City and has played 27 minutes of Premier League action this season while full-back Sergino Dest is a Barcelona regular, having joined from Ajax last summer. Chelsea's Christian Pulisic, of course, needs no introduction while the incoming Ream and Robinson play for Fulham. Miazga is currently on loan at Anderlecht from Chelsea.
USA: Steffen, Dest, Long, Miazga, Robinson, Reyna, Musah, Pulisic (c), Ream, Siebatcheu, Acosta
Subs: Lletget, Dike, de la Torre, Cappis, Odunze, Aaronson, Reynolds, Richards, Otasowie, Sargent, Horvath, Palmer-Brown

Team news: Northern Ireland
As many as ten changes for Ian Baraclough's side from Thursday's World Cup qualifying defeat to Italy. One and a half eyes clearly on Wednesday against Bulgaria as Corry Evans is the only player to hold his place in a line-up that includes Linfield's Shayne Lavery. Captain Kyle Lafferty is searching for his first international goal since November 2016 while Cardiff centre-back Ciaron Brown picks up a second cap.
Accrington Stanley goal hero Dion Charles is named on the bench after missing out on the squad altogether on Thursday.
There's no place in the squad at all for Steven Davies and Jonny Evans so Davis' record-breaking 126th cap will wait until Wednesday.
Northern Ireland: Hazard, Ballard, McLaughlin, Brown, Kennedy, Thompson, C Evans, Saville, Ferguson, Lavery, Lafferty
Subs: McNair, Hughes, Lewis, Magennis, Dallas, Cathcart, Charles, Peacock-Farrell, Smith, Whyte, McCann, McGinn

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