Gold Cup 2019: How to Watch USMNT vs. Jamaica, TV Channel, Live Stream, Odds

Two years after beating Jamaica in the Gold Cup final, the U.S. men's national team (USMNT) and the Reggae Boyz cross paths once more. This time, however, the only prize at stake is the right to face Mexico in the final at Soldiers Field in Chicago on Sunday.

The defending champions were efficient but unspectacular during the group stages, but were nowhere near their best against minnows Curacao.

Weston McKennie's goal separated the two sides but USMNT will have to be a lot better against Jamaica, a team that has largely flown under the radar so far in the tournament and is looking to reach a third consecutive Gold Cup final.

The pre-tournament favorite alongside Mexico, USMNT lost its last meeting against Jamaica just before the start of the tournament and coach Gregg Berhalter emphasized his team was aware of the dangers posed by Jamaica.

That assist from @cpulisic_10 sets @WMckennie
up perfectly‼️🤯

— U.S. Soccer MNT (@USMNT) July 1, 2019

"We've said all along the success of this team will be measured by if we're going to win this tournament or not," he said at a pre-match press conference. "We want to get to the final. We want to win the final. If you asked me a month ago, the answer would be the same.

"We think Mexico is the favorite for this tournament. We think it's a very strong team. We have a lot of respect for Jamaica, that's something we highlighted before this tournament as well."

USMNT has scored 12 goals in four games and is yet to concede, while Jamaica has just five goals to its name and has conceded three. Nevertheless, Berhalter insisted his men will not underestimate their opponents' attacking threat and singled out Bayer Leverkusen midfielder Leon Bailey as the man to watch.

"I don't think we've seen his best yet," he told ESPN. "I think he's got another gear. I've seen another gear in Germany, and it's just him getting integrated into the team, him feeling comfortable and being used in the right way. But I really like watching him play."

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

Weston Mckennie, USMNT
Weston Mckennie #8 of the United States (R) celebrates his goal with teammate Christian Pulisic #10 against Curacao during the first half of the CONCACAF Gold Cup Quarterfinals match at Lincoln Financial Field on June 30 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Patrick Smith/Getty

When and where is the game?

The second semifinal is scheduled to kick off at 9:30 p.m. ET on Wednesday, July 3 at Nissan Stadium in Nashville, Tennessee.

It's the only game the home of the Tennessee Titans and of the Tennessee State Tigers 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

Despite being far from impressive in the quarterfinal against Curacao, USMNT remains the bookmakers' choice to reach the final. According to VegasInsider, the Americans are 41/100 favorite (-245 in moneyline terms) to win in regulation, while Jamaica is at 7/1 and the draw is at 7/2.