We're expecting the official team news in just over 20 minutes' time. USA team news Manchester City’s Zack Steffen was the number one for the USMNT until a recent dip in form cost him his place in Gregg Berhalter’s 26-man squad. Arsenal’s Matt Turner could start in Steffen’s place this evening. Weston McKennie has not made an appearance for Juventus since October but is expected to start for the US today.
The former Spurs and Real Madrid man always thrives on the big stage and he will no doubt relish the opportunity to spearhead Wales’ attack during this tournament. With rumours circulating about his possible retirement, this World Cup could be the final opportunity for the Red Wall to see their favourite son pull on the Wales shirt. Bale always tends to thrive when playing for his country and the USA will know that they need to keep him quiet tonight. USA subs Here's the subs that Gregg Berhalter has to choose from tonight - Gio Reyna the star name. USA subs: Horvath, Johnson, Reyna, Ferreira, Aaronson, De la Torre, Long, Morris, Roldan, Moore, Wright, Carter-Vickers, Yedlin, Acosta, Scally Wales subs Kieffer Moore and Brennan Johnson provide the firepower off the bench for Rob Page's team.
Wales subs: Ward, A. Davies, Gunter, Allen, Johnson, Moore, Morrell, Lockyer, J. Williams, Harris, Thomas, Levitt, Cabango, Colwill, Smith USA starting XI Arsenal's Matt Turner starts in goal for the US Wales starting XI Wales have announced their team slightly earlier than expected - Joe Allen is only fit enough to make the bench. Wales XI: Hennessey, Williams, Davies, Mepham, Rodon, Wilson, Ramsey, Bale, Roberts, Ampadu, James Al Rayyan Stadium The venue for tonight’s game is one of eight stadiums that have been built or converted for the 2022 World Cup. The stadium has a capacity of 40, 000 and is located around 20km from the centre of Doha.
Rob Page's men will be desperate to repeat their Euro 2016 performance when Chris Coleman's side reached the semi-finals. And Welsh fans will be buzzing at the thought of Hen Wlad fy Nhadau being sang at a World Cup for the first time since 1958. Kick-off: 7pm UK time TV channel: ITV 1/ S4C Live stream: ITV Hub USA XI: Turner, Dest, Zimmerman, Adams, Robinson, Musah, McKennie, Pulisic, Ream, Weah, Sargent Wales XI: Hennessey; Mepham, Rodon, B Davies; Roberts, Ampadu, Ramsey, Wilson, N Williams; James, Bale BETTING SPECIAL - GET £20 IN FREE BETS ON THE WORLD CUP Follow ALL of the latest updates below... Timothy Weah There’s a certain pressure that comes with being the son of a Ballon d’Or winner.
Timothy Weah’s father, George Weah, won the award in 1995 and is the current president of Liberia. Timothy Weah was born in Brooklyn, New York and has three goals in his 25 senior appearances for the USA. He'll be looking to add to that tally in tonight's game. Gareth Bale So Gareth Bale will make his first ever appearance at a World Cup at the age of 33.
USA vs Wales: Date, TV channel, live stream and kick off time for World Cup gameLive Blogdragons den Updated: 18:23, 21 Nov 2022WALES have their first World Cup game in 64 years when they take on USA tonight! And the headline team news is that Welsh captain Gareth Bale is starting to lead the line in Al Rayyan. England await later on in the group stage, but first the Dragons have to battle a tricky test in Christian Pulisic and the USA team - a country over 100 times the population of Wales.
Hello from Al-Rayyan! Good evening and welcome to our live coverage of the World Cup group B fixture between the USA and Wales. Today’s game at the Al-Rayyan Stadium in Qatar marks Wales’ first appearance at a World Cup since 1958 where John Charles and co. reached the quarter finals. The USA are back at the World Cup after failing to qualify for the 2018 edition of the tournament. The USMNT, as they like to be known, are hoping that Christian Pulisic can be the ace in the pack for Gregg Berhalter’s team. Wales have their own star in the form of Gareth Bale and the former Real Madrid man will captain his country in tonight’s game.
“However we cannot put out players in a position where they might be booked or even forced to leave the field of play. ” Wales team news Joe Allen has been out injured since September, but he is in line to start tonight. Gareth Bale has also been struggling for fitness in the lead up to the tournament. The Welshman has only started two games for LAFC since joining the club in the summer but he has publicly stated that he is ready and prepared to play the full 90 minutes in all three of Wales’ group games, if necessary.
The organisers claim that “The intricate façade reflects the undulations of sand dunes while intricate geometric patterns reflect the beauty of the desert. ” I’ll take their word for it. One Love armband Gareth Bale will not be wearing the One Love armband for Wales’ World Cup opener after FIFA warned those doing so would be booked. Wales, England and six other European nations have pulled out of using the rainbow symbol to show support for the LGBTQ+ community worldwide, writes Dan King. A Joint statement from the teams read: “FIFA has been very clear that it will impose sporting sanctions if out captains wear the armbands on the field of play. “We were prepared to pay fines that would normally apply to breaches of kit regulations and had a strong commitment to wearing he armband.
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