Panama vs USA Live Stream Free Soccer: Watch Online World Cup 2014 CONCACAF Hexagonal Football (Start Time, TV Info)

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By Jim Gardner , Christian Post Contributor
October 15, 2013|8:39 pm

Panama vs USA takes place on Tuesday night in the teams' final World Cup 2014 CONCACAF qualifying match. This game will mean a lot more to Panama than it does to the United States, as Panama are still vying for the coveted playoff spot in the hexagonal, however, they will need to win tonight and hope other results also go their way for that to happen. The match will kick off at 9.30 p.m. ET and can be watched online through free live stream (details below).

USA Soccer Clint Dempsey (Photo: Reuters/Matt Sullivan)

United States' Clint Dempsey (8) passes the ball under pressure from Mexico's Jesus Zavala (17) during their 2014 World Cup qualifying soccer match in Columbus, Ohio September 10, 2013.

USA have already qualified for Brazil 2014 and can relax tonight. They will be focusing more on building towards the World Cup next summer now and trying out players to see who will make the plane and who will be left behind.

However, Panama should beware, as USA manager Jurgen Klinsmann never liked losing as a player, and it's fairly certain no matter what team he puts out tonight he will want to win. His team will not be laying down and allowing Panama to win, but every single player that puts on a United States jersey from now until next summer will know they are playing for their World Cup place.

Panama need to win to stand any chance of getting to Brazil next year. They are three points behind fourth placed Mexico, who currently occupy the CONCACAF playoff spot. Panama need to win tonight and hope that Mexico lose in their away game against Costa Rica. If that happens then Panama will move into fourth spot and claim the playoff spot and look forward to a two-legged playoff against New Zealand for a place in the World Cup Finals next summer.

Panama vs United States will kick off at 9.30 p.m. ET and can be watched on TV through the beIN Sport network or online through free live stream by clicking here.

 

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