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USA vs England live: World Cup score, highlights, result as Pulisic, USMNT impress in first half of 2022 Group B match

When England take on the USA on Friday at Al Bayt Stadium, it will be a chance at another three points, which for England would mean locking up qualification to the Round of 16. But it goes beyond that for the Americans, which makes the battle that much more fascinating.

England put forth one of the stronger displays of any team in their opener, throttling Iran 6-2 to take a commanding lead of Group B. Another win would mathematically lock up a knockout-round berth and likely the top spot in the group, after Wales’ defeat to Iran earlier in the day. The positive goal difference established with the lopsided score vs. Iran is an added edge in the chase for the top spot.

The USA are even more desperate for the points given they allowed Wales a late equalizer to settle for a draw in their group opener. But beyond the final score, they’re also desperate to show the English that they’re to be feared as a rising football/soccer power. With several of the U.S. players based in England, there will be no intimidation factor for the Americans.

A U.S. victory would send them top of the group and make for an unpredictable final day. The USA will take on Iran, while England gets set for an all-British matchup against Gareth Bale’s Wales — who will need a win to keep their tournament hopes alive.

The Sporting News is tracking live scoring updates and highlights for USA vs. England at the 2022 World Cup. Follow below for complete results from the Group B match in Qatar.

MORE: How to bet USA vs. England in the World Cup

USA vs England live score

  1H 2H Final
USA 0
England 0

Goals:
None

Starting lineups:

USA (4-3-3, right to left): 1-Turner (GK) — 2-Dest, 3-Zimmerman, 13-Ream, 5-Robinson — 8-McKennie, 4-Adams, 6-Musah — 21-Weah, 19-Wright, 10-Pulisic.

England (4-2-3-1, right to left): 1-Pickford (GK) — 12. Trippier, 5. Stones, 6. Maguire, 3. Shaw — 22. Bellingham, 4. Rice — 17. Saka, 19. Mount, 10. Sterling — 9. Kane.

MORE: Watch every World Cup match live with fuboTV (U.S.-only free trial)

LIVE Group B standings:

Team PTS GP W L D GF GA GD
1. England 4 2 1 0 1 6 2 +4
2. Iran 3 2 1 1 0 4 6 -2
3. USA 2 2 0 0 2 1 1 0
4. Wales 1 2 0 1 1 1 3 -2

USA vs England live updates, highlights from 2022 World Cup

HALFTIME: USA 0-0 England

Halftime: Former U.S. international and current ESPN analyst Taylor Twellman has thoughts on what Gregg Berhalter should do at halftime.

Halftime whistle: Through the opening 45 minutes, England were well beaten by the U.S. on the run of play, but the United States was unable to find an opener to cash in. It’s a major let-off for the European side, and Gareth Southgate will have to make changes at the break.

Gregg Berhalter was out-coached by Wales head man Rob Page in the second half of their first World Cup match, unable to respond in a timely manner to their halftime substitution. Can he do better now against Southgate’s changes?

45+1 min: Chance, England! MATT TURNER SAVES ON MASON MOUNT! It’s the best chance of the half for England, as Mount takes aim from outside the penalty area with nobody in his way, but Turner gets down low to stop the effort. Big moment for him in his first official save of the half.

45th min: Finally England have a dangerous move forward, and Luke Shaw nutmegs Sergino Dest to create an opening. Raheem Sterling meets the horizontal ball but he’s cut off and fires well wide and over. It was an extremely tight angle for the shot, a very low percentage effort.

1 minute of stoppage time shown on the electronic board, which is nothing compared to what we’ve seen so far this tournament.

43rd min: Chance, USA! Now Pulisic goes wide with a header! This is unrelenting pressure from the United STates, but again they fail to cash in.

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41st min: The United States continues to be the better attacking team. Sergino Dest now moves forward into the box and takes a rip, but it’s deflected by Harry Maguire for a corner. The pressure from the North American underdogs is relentless.

Pulisic’s corner delivery is good, but there’s hardly anyone there to meet it. Odd set-piece there from the U.S.

36th min: It’s a half-chance for England in what would have been an absolutely audacious attempt from Raheem Sterling, who flicks a backheel goal-ward with his back to net, but it’s blocked by Walker Zimmerman. That would have been stunning.

Christian Pulisic nearly catches England napping as Matt Turner’s deep kick finds the U.S. winger streaking on the counter, but John Stones does just enough to push it out for a throw. Excellent intent, and brilliant distribution from the Arsenal goalkeeper.

33rd min: Chance, USA! PULISIC OFF THE CROSSBAR! Musah and McKennie both involved in the buildup, and the Chelsea man rips a laser that hammers straight off the woodwork. The U.S. have been the better attacking side over the past 15 minutes, but have nothing to show for it. Canada looked bright early against Belgium a few days ago but were punished for a lack of finishing, the U.S. could suffer a similar fate if they don’t cash in soon.

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31st min: Yunus Musah is taken down in transition by John Stones, and goes rolling away. Tyler Adams is pleading for a yellow card, but the Venezuelan referee does not go to his pocket. McKennie moments later is whistled for a soft foul.

The U.S. players showed significant frustration with the officiating in the draw with Wales, for good reason, and they’re similarly aggravated today.

29th min: The USMNT is feeling it now, as Musah has a hit from deep. It’s a good effort, but it takes a deflection right into the arms of Pickford. England look surprised by the U.S. attacking intent.

26th min: Chance, USA! OH NO! That HAS to be in the back of the net! Weston McKennie has an INCREDIBLE chance to open the scoring, but he blasts it over the bar!

A fantastic cross from Weah on the right finds the Juventus midfielder right on the penalty spot unmarked, but he’s leaning back and skies it with the goal gaping. Best chance of the game for either side, and it goes begging. You cannot miss those opportunities against the No. 5 team in the world.

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20th min: A fantastic tackle in midfield from Yunus Musah starts a good U.S. attacking move that feels dangerous, but a cross from the right from Dest goes directly into Jordan Pickford’s waiting arms. It’s a very promising counter but ends with a poor delivery.

17th min: Chance, USA! The first real chance for the U.S. comes to Haji Wright on a cross from deep, but his effort is a really high degree of difficulty and goes wide. He was under heavy pressure from an England defender. It would have been a spectacular effort to even get that on frame.

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13th min: England now asserting their possessional dominance. Antonee Robinson has been great defensively on the left against Bukayo Saka, but the Arsenal man also looks dangerous. That’s a huge battle early.

10th min: Chance, England! It’s so close to the opener! An incisive move forward from Bukayo Saka opens up the U.S. defense, and he cuts back to the penalty spot for Harry Kane. Only a necessary Walker Zimmerman block keeps the chance out, it’s an early warning shot from the European side.

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9th min: Haji Wright and Jude Bellingham collide off the ball. Both are slow to get up, but no whistle stops play, so they both pick themselves up off the turf gingerly.

7th min: Gareth Southgate can be heard shouting to his players about the U.S. system as well. This has caught many people off guard. The U.S. has had a lot of the ball here in the early going, with both teams pressing relatively high out of possession.

The U.S. is making a great effort to keep Declan Rice from receiving the ball in England’s buildup. The two strikers off the ball are pinching centrally to force the England defenders to push it wide instead.

There’s not a lot of action early. Lots of feeling the opposition out from both sides.

2nd min: The United States, fascinatingly, are playing a 4-4-2, which varies greatly from what Gregg Berhalter has done in the past. Maybe more like a 4-4-1-1 on the ball. Berhalter has been very loyal to the 4-3-3 throughout the last two years of his tenure. Today, it’s Haji Wright up front alongside Tim Weah.

1st min: WE’RE OFF! England vs. USA from the 2022 World Cup, on Black Friday in the United States!

USA vs. England: Pre-match buildup, analysis, commentary, and starting lineups

9 mins to kickoff: With minutes to go before this big match, England striker Harry Kane tells Tom Rinaldi of Fox that he has interest in becoming an NFL kicker after his football career is over. Could it happen? He could even come back and play a game in Tottenham Hotspur Stadium!

23 mins to kickoff: One thing to keep in mind for U.S. fans: three players in the starting lineup — Weston McKennie, Sergino Dest, and Tim Ream — are sitting on yellow card suspensions. With how the group has shaken out, the match against Iran is far more meaningful than this game against England. Additionally, the referee assigned to this game is known for handing out yellow cards like candy.

The three will have to be very careful to avoid triggering a suspension and missing the group stage finale. This is a massive risk by Gregg Berhalter.

35 mins to kickoff: England striker Harry Kane is two goals away from becoming England’s all-time leading goalscorer, but there’s lots of attention on Bukayo Saka who sees Arsenal to a top milestone for the Three Lions.

48 mins to kickoff: Haji Wright is the only player brought into the starting lineup who did not start against Wales in the opener. He’s earned just his fifth international cap in an extremely important match. It’s a surprise, given that Jesus Ferreira is the best U.S. pressing forward, and the high press will be extremely important if the U.S. expect to cause the England back line any problems and get a result from this game.

1 hour 10 mins from kickoff: The lineups is in, and it’s a questionable one at best for the United States. Sergino Dest, on a yellow card, is deployed at right-back despite his defensive frailties, while Weston McKennie also starts despite fitness questions and a yellow card worry for him as well.

Up front, Brenden Aaronson and Gio Reyna are once again left out in the cold, as Tim Weah starts on the wing again opposite Christian Pulisic. The only change from the opener is up front as Haji Wright, not Jesus Ferreira, is deployed at central striker.

For England, it’s an unchanged side from Gareth Southgate, as has been expected for days.

1 hour 44 mins from kickoff: Looks like some great traveling support for the U.S. in Qatar!

1 hour 56 mins from kickoff: There’s been lots of talk about Jude Bellingham and his exciting rise to prominence within the England national team, but the highest rated player of the entire first round of group stage matches, according to stats website WhoScored, was his teammate Bukayo Saka. The Arsenal winger bagged a brace in the match and is an electric young talent, the U.S. will have their hands full with him down the flank.’

Saka had three shots on target in the opener against Iran, which is two fewer than all others players combined in the England and USA squads.

2 hours 20 mins from kickoff: Of all the ways to approach this match, this is one of them!

2 hours 32 mins from kickoff: Gregg Berhalter rewarded his U.S. players with quite a special gift ahead of the match against England.

2 hours 57 mins from kickoff: There were four Fulham players on the field in USA vs. Wales, the most of any club. Today, with no Fulham players on the England squad, it’s just Tim Ream and Antonee Robinson for the U.S. to represent the Premier League club. They posted a humorous Tweet recognizing their torn nature in today’s match.

It’s actually quite a smart approach from Fulham. MLS club LAFC got serious flak for their aggressive post on Twitter furiously celebrating Gareth Bale’s late goal against the United States.

From a wider perspective, Gregg Berhalter and the U.S. players have been open about how they feel a familiarity with England players via their own Premier League players hands them a slight advantage in today’s match.

3 hrs 17 mins from kickoff: If there’s one thing to know about this match ahead of time, it’s the referee set to take charge. Venezuelan official Jesus Valenzuela won the CONMEBOL Referee of the Year award in 2021, but he’s known for being an absolute yellow card machine.

While CONMEBOL itself is a yellow card factory, Valenzuela gave a gargantuan number of cautions through his recent match history. Here’s a closer look:

3 hrs 35 mins from kickoff: With the game still a few hours off, take a look at my betting preview for the match here. It’s not ideal reading for U.S. fans, as I expect England to win by multiple goals with a smothering second-half performance.

This tournament has, however, been extremely hard to predict, so that doesn’t by any stretch mean the U.S. have no chance to secure a result in this match. They’re just up against an extremely strong side with lots of talent!

3 hrs 54 mins from kickoff: One of the greatest World Cup upsets of all time came back in 1950 when the United States stunned England 1-0. England came into the tournament among the favorites, while the United States were a rag-tag bunch of part-time players not expected to challenge anyone for anything.

4 hrs 5 mins from kickoff: Ever wonder why the beautiful game is called “football” in England but “soccer” in the United States? Here’s a brief explanation why, from yours truly. It’s only a recent shift in linguistics!

4 hrs 38 mins from kickoff: Diving a little more into scenarios for the United States — Today vs. England is nearly meaningless. A draw would mean they’re able to fend off any Wales result on the final day, while a win means they only need to draw with Iran to make it through.

Still, no matter what, the United States need a result on the final day against Iran to make it through, and likely a win. In my opinion, having almost zero stakes against England is a positive for the U.S. as they can now play much more free of pressure without feeling like they need a result. They can lose by 10 goals to England, and a win over Iran still almost surely sees them through.

5 hrs 5 mins from kickoff: WHAT a result for the United States in the first game of the day. With Iran beating Wales, the United States are in a fantastic position to advance through the group. In fact, now the match against England becomes simply a bonus.

Here’s the simple situation for the U.S. to qualify for the knockout stage: Win vs. Iran and you’re in. There are a few more quirks to that, but it’s essentially as simple as that.

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The match against England today now becomes a bonus. Defeat, even by a hefty margin, wouldn’t be earth-shattering. The U.S. can go for points today with very little to lose.

5 hrs 15 mins from kickoff: The USA will be wearing a blue kit for its final two matches. It’s a kit that was not received well when it first came out.

5 hrs 30 mins from kickoff: The last match in which England and the USA met in the World Cup will always be remembered for this howler by England ‘keeper Robert Green, which allowed Clint Dempsey to net and level things up 1-1.

And that 1-1 result led to this famous back page in the USA:

But did you know that the two protagonists of that moment got together years later to talk about it? Dempsey got emotional about it.

More: Why USA vs. England match is a big deal

USA vs England lineups, team news

USA vs England starting lineup World Cup Nov 25

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The U.S. team has confirmed that all players are healthy and available after a controversy that erupted over whether injury-prone playmaking talent Gio Reyna was healthy enough to come on as a sub vs. Wales. The player and coach had differing accounts after the match.

There’s only one change from the opening match, as Haji Wright, not Jesus Ferreira, is deployed at central striker. Josh Sargent heads to the bench.

Tim Weah, on a yellow card worry, is left to start again on the right wing over both Gio Reyna and Brenden Aaronson. Weston McKennie, who looked well short of full fitness against Wales and had to come off, also retains his place, also on a yellow card.

USA confirmed lineup (4-3-3, right to left): 1-Matt Turner (GK) — 2-Sergino Dest, 3-Walker Zimmerman, 13-Tim Ream, 5-Antonee Robinson — 8-Weston McKennie, 4-Tyler Adams, 6-Yunus Musah — 21-Tim Weah, 19-Haji Wright, 10-Christian Pulisic.

England vs USA starting lineup World Cup Nov 25

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Manager Gareth Southgate made it clear he won’t be resting Harry Kane for this matchup even though the England captain picked up a knock against Iran that required a scan.

With Harry Maguire recovered from dizziness in the wake of the Iran match, the only player out injured is James Maddison (knee), who has yet to train with the team according to reports.

England confirmed lineup (4-3-3, right to left): 1-Jordan Pickford (GK) — 12-Kieran Trippier, 5-John Stones, 6-Harry Maguire, 3-Luke Shaw — 22-Jude Bellingham, 4-Declan Rice, 19-Mason Mount — 17-Bukayo Saka, 9-Harry Kane, 10-Raheem Sterling

England vs USA live stream, TV channel

The Americans are outmatched on paper against the star-studded English team which flexed its muscle in a lopsided 6-2 win over Iran. But the USA have never lost to England at the Word Cup, with a win and draw in their only two matchups on this stage.

Team USA will be playing with a chip on its shoulder as the underdog at Al Bayt Stadium, but also because it needs any point it can muster after letting victory slip through its hands against Wales. England can clinch a spot in the knockouts — and more than likely first place — with a victory

Here’s how you can watch all the action in the major global territories.

  Date Time TV Channel Streaming
USA Friday, Nov. 25 14:00 ET Fox, Telemundo fuboTV,
Fox Sports site/app,
Telemundo Deportes site/app,
Peacock
Canada Friday, Nov. 25 14:00 EST CTV, TSN,
RDS (French)
CTV site/app,
TSN site/app,
RDS app
UK Friday, Nov. 25 19:00 GMT ITV 1, STV (Scotland) ITV Hub / ITVX,
STV Player (Scotland)
Australia Saturday, Nov. 26 06:00 AEDT SBS SBS On Demand
India Saturday, Nov. 26 00:30 IST Sports18 Voot, JioTV
Hong Kong Saturday, Nov. 26 03:00 HKT Now TV (Ch. 616, 618) Now TV
Malaysia Saturday, Nov. 26 03:00 MYT Astro, Sukan, TV2
TV Okey, Unifi TV
Astro GO, RTMKlik
Singapore Saturday, Nov. 26 03:00 SGT StarHub (Ch. 251/252), Singtel TV Singtel TV GO, CAST, StarHub TV+, MeWatch
New Zealand Saturday, Nov. 26 08:00 NZDT Sky Sport 7 beIN Sports Sky Go, Sky Sport NOW

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