How to watch USMNT vs. Trinidad and Tobago World Cup qualifier on mobile

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<a class="link rapid-noclick-resp" href="/soccer/players/christian-pulisic/" data-ylk="slk:Christian Pulisic">Christian Pulisic</a> scored twice against Trinidad and Tobago back in June. (Getty)
Christian Pulisic scored twice against Trinidad and Tobago back in June. (Getty)

The United States men’s national team is one game away from securing its spot at the 2018 World Cup in Russia. A win on Tuesday in Trinidad will be enough. And you can stream the game live, for free, on the go90 app.

The Americans head into their final game of the Hex knowing a win will be enough to qualify. A draw would almost certainly be enough as well. A full breakdown of the various scenarios and what they would mean for the U.S. can be found here.

While the U.S. match is going on in Couva, Trinidad, Honduras hosts Mexico and Panama hosts Costa Rica in simultaneous games.

Here is the relevant viewing information for the U.S.-Trinidad and Tobago game:

Date: Tuesday, Oct. 10
Time: 8 p.m. ET
TV: BeIN Sports, NBC Universo
Online streaming: BeIN Sports Connect (subscription required)
Mobile: go90 app (free)

The go90 app offers free live streams of World Cup qualifiers, as well as La Liga, Ligue 1 and other games in top European leagues. Fans can also watch original shows, such as Inside Barca.

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