Les Rouges were the CONCACAF Nations League runners-up but could crash out of the Gold Cup in the group stage. Here's all you need to know about the final two games in this group.

Where can I watch Canada vs Cuba and Guadeloupe vs Guatemala on TV?

If you live in the USA, Canada vs Cuba will be aired exclusively on Fox Sports 1. Meanwhile, the Guadeloupe vs Guatemala clash will also be aired on FS2TUDN USA, and UniMás as well. Both games will be aired on ESPN Extra for fans in Mexico. Please check our dedicated match page for Canada vs Cuba & Guadeloupe vs Guatemala for further information on how to watch this game on TV in your country. 

Where can I stream Canada vs Cuba and Guadeloupe vs Guatemala live?

For fans in the USA, both games will be streamed live on Foxsports.comFox Sports GO, and the Fox Sports App. Furthermore, Guadeloupe vs Guatemala will also be streamed on the TUDN AppTUDN.com, and Univisión NOWAdditionally, TV streaming services fuboTV and Sling TV will also air these fixtures. In Mexico, the game will be available on streaming service ViX

Canada vs Cuba and Guadeloupe vs Guatemala – Team news

Canada: Milan Borjan has sadly been ruled out for the rest of the tournament due to an undisclosed injury, which means St. Clair should deputize in goal. Lucas Cavallini scored a hat-trick the last time Canada met Cuba, beating them 7-0, and the Tijuana forward will be aiming for a repeat. The inexperienced Ali Ahmed, Moise Bombito and Zac McGraw could also retain their starting XI spots for this crucial fixture.

Cuba: Aldair Ruiz will miss this tie through suspension after getting sent off in 4-1 loss to Guadeloupe. Aricheell Hernandez, who scored in that aforementioned defeat, should start in attack alongside Pozo-Venta and Reyes as Cuba look to pull off a shocker against Canaada. Dariel Morejon could return to the lineup for this fixture.

Guadeloupe: Steve Solvet, who came in for Johan Rotsen in the win over Cuba, is likely to drop back to the bench to make way for his compatriot. Matthias Phaeton, who scored a brace against Cuba, should start in the final group stage tie. Jordan Tell suffered an injury in the previous tie, with Ange-Freddy Plumain taking his spot and scoring, thus leaving this position under doubt.

Guatemala: Darwin Lom started ahead of Rubio Rubin in the clash against Canada and could retain his spot. However, the same is unlikely for recent debutants Antonio Lopez and Jorge Aparicio. Nicholas Hagen, meanwhile, will start in goal after impressing in the tournament so far, registering back-to-back clean sheets.


Canada vs Cuba

  • This will be the 15th encounter between these two nations, with only four of their previous 14 run-ins coming in this competition.

  • Canada understandably have the superior head-to-head record, winning over half of these showdowns (9).

  • The last time Cuba beat Les Rouges was in the 2003 Gold Cup, winning 2-0 in that group stage fixture.

  • Canada are on a six-game winning streak against this side, scoring a whopping 20 goals while conceding only once.

  • However, John Herdman's side are on a three-game winless streak, losing the CONCACAF Nations League final to the USA before drawing their opening two matches in this tournament.

Guadeloupe vs Guatemala

  • These two nations have met only once before and that was in the qualifiers for the most recent edition of the CONCACAF Gold Cup.

  • These two teams drew 1-1 and needed penalties to separate the two. They underwent a historic 12 round of penalties before Guadeloupe eventually won on spot kicks to qualify for their first-ever Gold Cup finals.

  • Guadeloupe enter this crucial fixture on the back of a four-game unbeaten streak.

  • Guatemala, on the other hand, have lost three of their last six outings.

  • These two teams are tied on four points, meaning the winner will top the group and progress to the knockout stage while the winner will need a slip-up from Canada.


While Canada are in trouble of crashing out in the group stage, they are also fortunate as they will be facing one of only two teams yet to pick up a point throughout the tournament (Cuba). Winning by a three-goal margin will guarantee Les Rouges a spot in the next round. Meanwhile, group leaders Guadeloupe simply need to avoid a defeat in order to progress – however, if Canada fail to win, Guadeloupe would progress nonetheless. And finally, Guatemala can make the knockout stage with a win. Failure to do that and they will need a slip-up from Canada in order to progress.

Canada vs Cuba and Guadeloupe vs Guatemala - Broadcast info


Match details, result and original broadcast info

Canada 4 - 2 Cuba

July 4, 2023 6:30pmShell Energy Stadium (Houston, Texas)

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Guadeloupe 2 - 3 Guatemala

July 4, 2023 6:30pmRed Bull Arena (Harrison, New Jersey)

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