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Live stream of the match between Canada and Guadeloupe in the CONCACAF Gold Cup 2023

Live stream of the match between Canada and Guadeloupe in the CONCACAF Gold Cup 2023

Live stream of the match between Canada and Guadeloupe in the CONCACAF Gold Cup 2023

How to watch the CONCACAF Gold Cup match between Canada and Guadeloupe, as well as when the match kicks off and team news.

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 Canada will face Guadeloupe in the opening match of the group stage of the 2023 CONCACAF Gold Cup at BMO Field on Wednesday.

 The North American team has rebounded from a disappointing World Cup campaign with three straight wins in the CONCACAF Nations League.  They set up a final match with the USMNT but lost the match 2-0.  Having been knocked out in the semi-finals in the previous edition of the Gold Cup, the Canadians are hoping to move on in this edition.

 Guadeloupe won and lost two matches each in 2023. This will be their fifth appearance in the tournament finals and they will also be hoping to cause some shock and match their best performance by reaching the semi-finals in 2007.

 This is certainly an exciting game, and it will be interesting to see if Guadeloupe can cause an upset.  Canada will be the favourites, but they have to be at their best to avoid the banana peel.  Here GOAL brings you everything you need to know about how to watch, including the TV channel, broadcast details, and more.

 The CONCACAF Gold Cup group match between Canada and Guadeloupe will be played at BMO Field on Tuesday, June 27.  The match starts at 7 PM EST for fans in the US.

 How to watch the Canada vs Guadeloupe match online - TV channels and live streaming

 The game will be shown live on TUDN, FS1, fuboTV, and Sling TV in the US

 Team news and teams

 Team Canada News

 Canada's top players, including Alphonso Davies and Jonathan David, will not participate in the tournament.  This opens up opportunities for Jacin Russell-Rowe, Ali Ahmed, Victor Lottori, Zack McGraw, Moisee Pompito, Dominic Zatore and Tom McGill to earn their first cap.

 Canada also announced two last-minute roster changes.  Stephen Eustachio and Sam Adekogbe are replaced by Liam Fraser and Jayden Nelson.

 Canada XI predicted

Borgan.  POMPETTO, Vittoria, Miller;  Larrea, Millar; Osorio, Ahmed;  Howlett, Cavallini, Schaffelburg.

 Position Players Goalkeepers: Dane St Clair, Milan Borgan, Tom McGill Defenders: Zachary Brault-Gaillard, Fraser, Nelson, Kamal Miller, Stephen Vittoria, Dominic Zator, Moise Pompeo, Zac McGraw, Richie Laria, Scott Kennedy Midfielders: David Witherspoon, Victor Lottori,  Ali Ahmed, Jonathan OsorioForwards: Lucas Cavallini, Junior Howlett, Liam Millar, Jacob Schaffelberg, Jacen Russell-Roe, Charles-Andreas Brehm

 Guadeloupe Team News

 Guadeloupe's selection for this competition includes Medi Lina as the most experienced player, having made 21 appearances for the national team, one more than Anthony Baron.

 Purdue's Davey Ruyard has secured two consecutive clean sheets in the play-offs.  Moreover, aided by an own goal by Liam Gordon and a volley by Andrew Gravelone, the team defeated Guyana and advanced to the group stage.

 Prophesy of Guadeloupe XI: Rouyard;  Alphonse, Avenel, Gravelone, Lena;  Annette, Sulfet, Blomin, Routsen, Archimede;  Tells.

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