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2014 World Cup USA vs Ghana live stream, TV coverage & odds

Fans are filling the seats for World Cup play.
Fans are filling the seats for World Cup play.
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The 2014 World Cup live stream and TV schedule continues today and for the first time in this tournament Team USA will be in action. The American team comes into the World Cup as a heavy underdog to take home the trophy but upsets happen all the time. Like they say, the game is decided on the field, not on paper! The first test for team USA is the last World Cup live streaming action of the day when they face off vs. Ghana.

According to a Sportsline report on June 17, this game is all about a much needed win for the US, along with a bit of revenge. Ghana has knocked out the American team in the last two World Cup events - a third time is something Team USA doesn't want to see happen. Ghana is a team that possess a lot of team speed and skill and will be ready for the challenge once again this afternoon vs. the US.

Two players who had success against the American's in 2010 are Asamoah Gyan and Kevin-Prince Boateng and both are on the roster this year. The US will be counting on players like Jozy Altidore and Clint Dempsey to help them out this time around vs. Ghana. These two have a lot of experience under their belt playing in some of Europe's best leagues.

Las Vegas odds makers have this game as a total toss up. The game is set at a pick, with both team at +160. That means no matter which team you wager on, if they win you will win $160 for every $100 your risk. The over/under number is set at 2.5 and the odds on a draw are +250.

Fans here in the US can catch all of the exciting action for this game on ESPN nationally and streaming live on Watch ESPN. The game is scheduled to start at 6 p.m. ET. Team USA hopes the third time is a charm vs. Ghana.