Where to watch the IV WBSC U-23 Baseball World CupThe 2022 U-23 World Cup will commence on October 13 – here’s where you can watch the action live from wherever you are around the world. The World Baseball Softball Confederation (WBSC) announced today the broadcast and live-stream coverage of the IV WBSC U-23 Baseball World Cup, to be played in Taipei, from 13-23 October. The tournament, which will take place in Taipei City, Taichung City and Douliu City, will be broadcast across 13 TV channels in seven key countries across Asia and Europe and streamed live through WBSC’s online video platform GameTime. Seven of the participating countries in the U-23 Baseball World Cup earned broadcasting rights and will enjoy coverage of the event on the following channels: Japan: J Sports, SportsbullKorea: SPOTVTaiwan: Elta, Videoland, GetWin, Line TodayMexico: TVC Deportes, MegasportsVenezuela: Meridiano, Simple TV, ByM Sports. Colombia: Canal CartagenaCuba: Tele Rebelde For the rest of the world, fans can also follow the U-23 Baseball World Cup through WBSC's exclusive online GameTime video platform.
USMNT XI: Guzan; Cannon, Miazga, Ream, Lovitz; McKennie, Roldan, Yueill; Morris, Sargent, Pulisic Position Cuba squad Goalkeepers Johnson, Pozo, Sanchez Defenders Armelo, Espino, Garcia, Hurtado, Morejon, Piedra, Ramos, Rizo Midfielders Abreu, Hernandez, La Perea, Monzon, Paradela, Perez, Reve, Rodriguez Forwards Cruz, Reyes Raul Mederos has no major injury issues ahead of the USMNT clash. Cuba XI: Johnson; Cruz, Rizo, Morejon, Ramos; Hernandez, Espino, Abreu, Rodriguez; Paradela, Reyes Betting & Match Odds The USMNT are 8/13 to win with bet365. Cuba are considered a 5/1 bet to come out on top and a draw is available at 16/5. Click here to see all of bet365's offers for the game, including goalscoring markets, correct score predictions and more.
USMNT vs Cuba: TV channel, live stream, squad news & previewThe U. S. men's team are in desperate need of a win after an abysmal run of form that included two disappointing defeats to El Tri The U. men's national team will begin their inaugural Nations League campaign when they welcome Cuba at Audi Field in Washington D. C. on Friday night. It will be a must-win game for Gregg Berhalter's side as they have now registered three games without a win, a streak that includes two defeats to rivals Mexico. The U. will head into the game as favorites against Cuba, and a victory for Berhalter will come as immense relief as he began his reign as head coach to a less-than-dream start.
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