Gold Cup 2019: How to Watch USMNT Vs. Trinidad and Tobago Live Stream, TV Channel, Odds

The U.S. men's national team (USMNT) got its Gold Cup campaign underway to the perfect start but tougher tests lie ahead, beginning with Trinidad and Tobago on Saturday.

The defending champions made light work of Guyana in their opening game, swatting the debutants aside 4-0 on Tuesday night courtesy of two goals from Tyler Boyd and one each from Paul Arriola and Gyasi Zardes.

Coach Gregg Berhalter made three changes to the team that lost 3-0 to Venezuela in the last friendly before the tournament, with Michael Bradley, Christian Pulisic and Walker Zimmerman all coming into the side.

The changes paid off as the hosts got their tournament off to a flying start.

"We knew we had to get started on the right foot and after breaking the ice, we were able to break them down," Arriola, who opened the scoring just before the 30-minute mark was quoted as saying by ESPN.

"The most important thing was to win with confidence and clarity and I think we did that today. It's a great start for us but it's just one game."

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Michael Bradley echoed his teammate's thoughts, warning that while opening the tournament with a convincing win was important, it was far too early to get carried away.

"We're not going to go overboard because [this was] a game that we should win [vs. Guyana], and we did win," he said.

"I thought we handled things in a pretty solid way. We scored some good goals; we didn't give away a ton defensively."

The U.S. should expect a sterner challenge when it faces Trinidad and Tobago this weekend.

The two sides haven't crossed paths since the Soca Warriors beat the U.S. 2-1 in October 2017, a result which ultimately cost the latter a spot at the 2018 World Cup.

The result interrupted a series of seven consecutive World Cup appearances but Bradley suggested revenge was not in the players' minds.

"There's like two or three guys here who were in Trinidad," he told the MLS's official website.

"So I'm not sure other than it being a nice narrative for you guys, I'm not sure inside of the group if it carries a whole lot of weight."

While USMNT players have vowed to take each game on its merit to avoid being overconfident, Trinidad and Tobago has so far shown little signs they could pull off another upset.

The Soca Warriors lost 2-0 to Panama in the opening game, when they were outplayed for large portions of the game and failed to register a single shot on goal.

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

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The United States starters pose for a photo before the CONCACAF Gold Cup match against Guyana at Allianz Field on June 18 in St Paul, Minnesota. Hannah Foslien/Getty

When and where is the game?

The game between USMNT and Trinidad and Tobago concludes the second round of games in the group stage.

The match is scheduled to kick off at 8 p.m. ET on Saturday, June 22 at FirstEnergy Stadium in Cleveland, Ohio.

The home of the Cleveland Browns will host both Group D games on Saturday, the only two fixtures scheduled to be played at the stadium in this Gold Cup.

TV channel

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

Live stream

USMNT's second game of the tournament will also be available on FOX Sports' and Univision's digital platforms. Live stream will also be available via Sling Blue, PlayStation Vue, Hulu Live and fuboTV.

Match odds

Having begun the Gold Cup as the second-favorite to win the tournament, the USMNT did its chances little harm by convincingly beating Guyana 4-0. Trinidad and Tobago is expected to prove a sterner test but bookmakers expect Gregg Berhalter's team to come through unscathed.

According to VegasInsider, Team USA is a 3/20 favorite, while odds on a Trinidad and Tobago win are 14/1 and the draw is at 7/1.