USMNT Live-Stream: 2018 World Cup in Russia Will Be Secured With Victory Over Trinidad & Tobago

Jozy Altidore
Jozy Altidore at Orlando City Stadium, Orlando, Florida, October 6. Sam Greenwood/Getty

After Friday's victory over Panama, the pressure on Bruce Arena's USMNT has been relieved somewhat, but they still have one hurdle to jump to reach next year's World Cup.

On Tuesday night, at 8 p.m. Eastern Time, the U.S. men's team takes on Trinidad and Tobago in the final game of the qualification stage before confirming their place at Russia 2018.

Arena's team won the crucial game against Panama on Friday night at the Orlando City Stadium 4-0, with goals from Christian Pulisic, Jozy Altidore and Bobby Wood.

The USMNT leapfrogged Panama and now sits third in the group, in the final automatic qualification place, behind first-place Mexico and Costa Rica which are already through.

Anything but defeat—and even that may be enough—should confirm the USMNT's place at the World Cup next year. The game is being shown live on television on beIN Sports, with coverage starting at 7.50 p.m., while it can also be streamed at fuboTV.