USMNT vs Grenada - CONCACAF Nations League Preview: TV channel, live stream, team news & prediction
By Alex Windley
The United States men’s national team will return to CONCACAF Nations League action this week against Grenada.
After a World Cup finish that saw them crash out of the round of 16 against the Netherlands, the USMNT will play in their first official competition since their exit against a respectable Grenada side. Grenada, though ranked 173rd in the world, will want to show the US that they have the ability, and heart to go toe to toe with some of the bigger countries in the region.
Where to watch the USMNT vs Grenada on TV/live stream
- When is kick off? Friday, March 24th, 2023, 5:08 PM EST
- Where is the match being played? Kirani James National Stadium, St. George's, Grenada
- TV channel/live stream? Peacock, TNT HD (Pacific), UNIVERSO, Univision NOW
- What time does TV coverage start? 5:00PM EST
USMNT team news
AZ Alkmaar midfielder Djordje Mihailovic was added to the roster to replace an injured Timothy Weah. Weah entered into a concussion protocol while with Lille and didn’t recover in time to make the roster. Mihailovic is returning to the national team after a two-year absence; his last appearance was in December 2020.
The US will also be without Tyler Adams for these games, so head coach Anthony Hudson will rely on Luca de la Torre or Johnny Cardoso to fill in those gaps in central midfield.
This camp will also see Alejandro Zenedas play for the Stars and Stripes for the second time since filing a one-time switch from Mexico.
Grenada team news
Grenada’s roster will be spearheaded by talent from both sides of the pond.
Charleston Battery left-back/midfielder AJ Patterson and defender Benji Ettienne will, presumably, start in defense for the Spice Boys. In midfield, 19-year-old Queen’s Park Rangers player Kayden Harrack will look to showcase his talents against a very good US side.
USMNT vs Grenada score prediction
Grenada will be largely outmatched in this match, but they do have a home-field advantage.
The US has the tendency to play poorly when they’re away from home, and this bad form will come into play against Grenada. It will be a closer match than predicted solely because of this, but, in the end, the US has enough attacking quality to get a goal or two to seal all three points.