Gold Cup Final: How to Watch USMNT Vs. Mexico Live Stream, TV Channel, Odds

The Gold Cup threatened and teased to conjure some major upsets but ultimately either the U.S. men's national team (USMNT) or Mexico will win the tournament for the 14th time in 15 editions.

With the exception of Canada's triumph in 2000, no other team has ever broken the U.S.-Mexico duopoly and the two pre-tournament favorites will renew their rivalry at Soldier Field in Chicago on Sunday night.

It is hard to know what to make of both sides, who have impressed and underwhelmed in equal measure on their way to the final. The U.S. were efficient but unspectacular during the group stages, were largely outplayed by Curacao in the quarterfinals and survived a scare to beat Jamaica 3-1 in the last four.

The Reggae Boyz's goal is so far the only goal the defending champions have conceded in the tournament but coach Gregg Berhalter said his side had work to do ahead of Sunday.

"I think we want to continue to grow," he said in the post-match press conference.

"It's hard to say that was our best. I think it was a step in the right direction against a more physical team than what we've been experiencing. I think it was good to get a win for confidence."

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Berhalter can draw confidence from the fact Christian Pulisic seems to be coming into form just at the right time. After providing an assist in the quarterfinals, the new Chelsea signing scored twice against Jamaica and confirmed his status as his team's main attacking threat.

Mexico has attacking weapons of its own, but they have largely misfired in the knockout stages.

El Tri plundered in 13 goals in the group stage but has found the net just twice in the knockout phase, with Raul Jimenez on target against Costa Rica and Haiti. Fatigue could also be an issue for Mexico, who needed a penalty shootout to prevail over Los Ticos in the quarterfinals and only overcame Haiti in extra time on Tuesday night.

"The intention is that the boys recover for the final on Sunday," Mexico assistant Jorge Theiler was quoted as saying by ESPN. "The intensity of the games is high because Gerardo Martino's style is to press and constantly attack and the players get worn out.

Here's everything you need to know ahead of the final.

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Weston McKennie (L) celebrates after scoring a goal against Jamaica during their CONCACAF Gold Cup semi-final football match at Nissan Stadium in Nashville, Tennessee, on July 3.. Jim Watson/AFP/Getty

When and where is the game?

The Gold Cup final is scheduled to kick off at 9 p.m. ET on Sunday, July 7 at Soldier Field in Chicago, Illinois.

It's the only game the home of the Chicago Bears will host in the tournament.

TV channel

The game will be broadcast live on FOX Sports 1 in English and on Univision Deportes Network in Spanish.

Live stream

Fans will be able to keep up with the action on FOX Sports' and Univision's digital platforms. A live stream will also be available via Sling Blue, PlayStation Vue, Hulu Live and fuboTV.

Match odds

There is little to separate the two pre-tournament favorites going into the final, but Mexico has a slight advantage in the eyes of bookmakers.

According to data compiled by Oddschecker, El Tri is a 4/7 favorite to lift the trophy, while USMNT is an 11/8 outsider to defend the trophy it won two years ago. The Gold Cup final has been decided in regulation in the last six editions and bookmakers expect the trend to continue on Sunday.

Mexico is 11/10 to win in 90 minutes, while USMNT is 5/2 and the odds on the draw currently stand at 23/10.