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February 6, 2013: where to watch CONCACAF WCQs on TV in USA & the world

February 5 2013 By Angela Asante
View television broadcasts of Honduras vs USA, Mexico vs Jamaica and Panama vs Costa Rica. The CONCACAF Fourth Round World Cup qualifiers are on.

Watch live CONCACAF World Cup qualifiers matches on February 6, 2013.Costa Rica, Honduras, Jamaica, Mexico, Panama and the United States are the six teams in contention for the three automatic World Cup spots.

The atmosphere is tense ahead of Honduras vs USA. Both teams are determined to commence this phase of the CONCACAF World Cup Qualifiers on a high. 

Mexico vs Jamaica is another big fixture on the night. El Tri, reigning Gold Cup champions, will be backed by the home crowd at the Estadio Azteca. 

Panama and Costa Rica are seen as the underdogs of the CONCACAF Fourth Round six-team table. Both teams will clash at the Rommel Fernandez stadium at 21:00 local time.

 

beIN Sport, ESPN and Al Jazeera Sport are the top three networks set to cover Wednesday’s 2014 FIFA World Cup qualifiers.

Catch Honduras vs USA and Panama vs Costa Rica live on beIN Sport USA or beIN Sport en Español if you leave in the United States and in Puerto Rico. ESPN2, ESPN3 and UniMas are the channels to tune into for viewers of the Mexico vs Jamaica fixture in USA. 

Honduras vs USA will also be live on Al Jazeera Sports +8 (in Arabic countries), beIN Sport MAX 3 (in Andorra and France) and sportdigital in Germany. Al Jazeera Sports +5 will broadcast Panama’s encounter against Costa Rica (in Arabic countries) while ESPN + and Astro SuperSport will allow viewers in Brazil and Malaysia respectively to see Gold Cup titleholders Mexico in action.

Below is the schedule table (restricted to tv listings in USA).

Feb 6 4:00pm Honduras vs USA beIN Sport USAbeIN Sport en Español
Feb 6 9:00pm Panama vs Costa Rica beIN Sport USAbeIN Sport en Español
Feb 6 9:30pm Mexico vs Jamaica ESPN2UniMásESPN3

Are you located in another country? Please visit LiveSoccerTV.com's World Cup Qualifiers page for more information.

 


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