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Trinidad and Tobago vs. Costa Rica, 2018 World Cup qualifying live stream: Time, TV Schedule, and how to watch

The Soca Warriors and Ticos kick off their final round of World Cup qualifying.

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Soccer: Gold Cup-Trinidad at Panama Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports

Kenwyne Jones and Trinidad and Tobago are just 10 matches away from qualifying for another World Cup. Tonight they kick off the final round of CONCACAF’s World Cup qualifying process against the second highest ranked team in the region, Costa Rica.

The Atlanta United striker hasn’t seen much playing time lately due to picking up a knee injury the time the Soca Warriors were together for Caribbean Cup qualifying. It’s unknown if he’ll be able to go the full 90 minutes or even start. We’ll have to wait and see what exactly his status is.

With the first match of the Hex at home, T&T will be hoping to get off on the right foot to help their qualification chances. If they fall behind in the table early it could be tough climb up the table. However, all they have to do to keep their dream alive is finish top four of the six-team table as the first three finishers are guaranteed a World Cup spot with the fourth-place finishers granted a spot in a playoff with the Asian federation representative.

How to Watch

Kickoff Time: 6:00 p.m. ET

Available TV: beIN Sports, NBC Universo

Available Streaming: fuboTV (Free Trial), beIN Sports Connect, Sling TV, go90 (mobile only)