Gold Cup Final 2017: Live-Stream Schedule for USA vs. Jamaica

Concacaf Gold Cup Final 2017 Live Stream USA vs Jamaica Live Soccer Free Online ,CONCACAF Gold Cup Final – Watch Live Online, TV Schedule July .USA and Jamaica will contest the 2017 Gold Cup final at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California, on Wednesday. The showpiece game in the CONCACAF tournament will see Bruce Arena’s U.S. squad try to supplant Mexico as holders, while the Reggae Boyz have already proved they can cause an upset.Live-streaming for the final is available at both Fox Sports Go and fuboTV. The match will kick off at 9:30 p.m. ET.

Jamaica’s place in the final may surprise some, but the Reggae Boyz showed their credentials to win the tournament when they knocked out holders Mexico in the last four. Goalkeeper Andre Blake starred, per Sports Illustrated‘s Avi Creditor, and the 26-year-old stopper will need to thrive between the sticks again.

Blake is already confident about his team’s chances, calling on his team-mates to put the joy of beating El Tri behind them and focus on defeating the U.S., per ESPN FC’s Tom Marshall: “Since the 1998 World Cup, this is one of the biggest wins in the country’s history, so it’s something we’re going to cherish. But also we have to forget about it quickly because our main aim is to win the Gold Cup and we haven’t done that yet.”

It won’t be easy for the 2016 MLS All-Star to repeat his heroics against Mexico, since Arena’s men boast ample firepower up top. In particular, Jozy Altidore and Clint Dempsey are two players experienced and powerful enough in the air to cause Jamaica’s defence a host of problems.

Altidore is a natural target man who can play with his back to goal, and the Toronto FC forward still boasts the pace to spin in behind. Meanwhile, the 34-year-old Dempsey is an expert at hovering between the midfield and forward lines and popping up with critical goals.

The former Fulham man netted the winner against Costa Rica in the semi-final, equalling Landon Donovan’s mark for goals at international level in the process, per Steve Brisendine of MLSSoccer.com.

As Brisendine pointed out, Dempsey came off the bench to beat Costa Rica and would likely need to do the same to be involved in the final. The Seattle Sounders star at least gives Arena a quality option in reserve.

Such strength in depth is why the U.S. should have too much for Jamaica and win this final by two goals.