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USMNT vs Serbia: Live stream, TV channel, kick-off time & where to watch

Where to watch and stream USMNT against Serbia on TV and online in the United States, United Kingdom & India

the United States men’s national team are set to take on Serbia in a friendly match at BMO Stadium in Los Angeles, California.

The USA will appear in two friends against Serbia and Colombia in January in preparation for their upcoming CONCACAF Nations League matches which are scheduled in March.

Serbia, on the other hand, will play just one friendly game against the USMNT in January before playing in the 2024 Euro qualifiers which kick off in March.

Both Serbia and the USA will play their first international game since getting knocked out from the group stages of the 2022 World Cup.

Which TV channel is the game on and how can you stream it live online? GOAL brings you everything you need to know.

USMNT vs Serbia: Date & kick off time

Where to watch USMNT vs Serbia on TV & live stream online

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In the United Statesthe match can be watched on Universo and live-streamed on HBO Max, Peacock other Telemundo app.

In the United Kingdom (UK) and in Indiathere are no live telecasts of the match.

Serbia team news and squad

Dragan Stojkovic announced a 17-member squad for the friendly clash against USMNT.

Fourteen out of the 17 players named in the squad are uncapped. Among the remaining three players, Dejan Joveljic represented the senior national team twice while Dorde Petrovic and Ranko Veselinovic have one international cap each.

They are likely to set themselves up in a 3-5-2 formation with Dejan Jovelic and Nikola Stulic leading the lines.

Serbia possible XI: D Petrovic; Veselinovic, N. Petrovic, Stojic; Simic, Ilic, Ivezic, Pantovic, Topic; Joveljic, Stulic

USMNT team news and squad

Interim coach Anthony Hudson has named a 24-man squad for the twin friends against Serbia and Colombia. Only five (Aaron Long, Walker Zimmerman, Kellyn Acosta, Sean Johnson and Jesus Ferreira) out of the 24 players in the roster had traveled to Qatar for the 2022 World Cup.

USMNT predicted XI: Slonina; Gressel, Long, Neal, Tolkin; Williamson, Aaronson, Acosta; Hoppe, Vazquez, Sabbi.

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