USA vs. Portugal: How to watch, live stream 2023 World Cup Group E finale

The pressure is on the United States as it enters its final match in group play at the 2023 World Cup.

Alex Morgan and company take the pitch Tuesday against Portugal, their final opponent in Group E.

The USWNT sits at the top of the group standings on goal differential after tying the Netherlands in a rematch of the 2019 World Cup final. In the Americans’ opening match, they beat Vietnam 3-0.

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Portugal, which is making its World Cup debut, lost to the Netherlands in its first game and then beat Vietnam 2-0.

The Stars and Stripes have not missed the knockout round in World Cup history and have always made it to at least the semifinals. A win or draw in their final group game would keep their hopes of a historic three-peat alive.

The team, which features veterans Morgan, Megan Rapinoe and Crystal Dunn trying to mesh with rising stars Sophia Smith, Trinity Rodman and Alyssa Thompson, knows it has work to do to continue its greatness.

Here’s how to watch the last Group E game for the USWNT vs. Portugal:

What time is the USA vs. Portugal Group E World Cup finale?
The USWNT’s Group E finale against Portugal kicks off at 3 a.m. ET (7 p.m. in New Zealand) Tuesday at Eden Park in Auckland.

How to watch USA vs. Portugal on TV: What channel is it on?
The final USWNT game in 2023 World Cup group play will be shown nationally on FOX and Telemundo.

How can I live stream USA vs. Portugal?
The United States’ game against Portugal in its Group E finale can be live streamed in English on FoxSports.com and in Spanish on Peacock. You can also watch it on your favorite streaming service that provides live TV, including DirecTV Stream, Sling Blue, Hulu with Live TV, YouTube TV, and Fubo.

To see all the ways you can watch and add reminders to your calendar so you don’t miss a match, visit our 2023 World Cup tracker.

Betting on the 2023 World Cup: Who is favored to win?
Whether you’re a veteran wagerer or a newcomer looking to bet on the 2023 World Cup, virtually all sportsbooks have the United States projected as the most likely to win the tournament. BetRivers lists the USWNT as a +250 favorite to take home their third straight title.

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