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Panama vs Canada: Live stream, TV channel, kick-off time & where to watch CONCACAF Nations League

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Panama and Canada finished first in their respective League A groups and now are set to lock horns in their CONCACAF Nations League semi-final clash at Nevada, Las Vegas, on Thursday.

John Herdman's side faced a group stage exit at the 2022 World Cup, after which they secured their way into the last-eight of the Nations League of their region by outwitting Honduras to the top spot in their group.

On the other hand, La Marea Roja stormed into the semis unbeaten against Costa Rica and Martinique from their group.

Like Canada, Panama also have the CONCACAF Gold Cup to look forward to, but for now will want to set up a CONCACAF Nations League final date against either reigning champions United States or last time's runners-up in Mexico.

Here GOAL brings you everything you need to know about how to watch, including TV channel, streaming details and more.

Panama vs Canada kick-off time & stadium

Date:June 15, 2023
Kick-off time:12am BST
Venue:Allegiant Stadium

The CONCACAF Nations League semi-final game between Panama and Canada is scheduled for June 15, 2023, at the Allegiant Stadium in Nevada, Las Vegas, United States.

It will kick off at 12AM in the United Kingdom (UK).

How to watch Panama vs Canada online - TV channels & live streams


The game will be broadcast live on TV on in the UK, but you can keep up to date with all the news as well as the live scores on GOAL.

Team news & squads

Panama team news

Jose Fajardo is suspended after the red card he saw against Costa Rica.

Panama played an international friendly against Nicaragua on Sunday, which the former won 3-2, and a similar XI may be on display except for Michael Murillo, who will be pushing for a start after scoring twice off the bench.

However, Cecilio Waterman is expected to be in the XI ahead of Murillo, while the midfield should more or less consist of Alfredo Stephens, Freddy Gondola and Cesar Yanis.

Panama possible XI: Samudio; Martinez, Miller, Blackman; Murillo, Yanis, Gondola, Welch; Davis, Waterman, Rodriguez

Goalkeepers:Mejia, Samudio, Mosquera
Defenders:Blackman, Cummings, Escobar, Miller, Anderson, Davis, Murillo
Midfielders:Martinez, Carrasquilla, Barcenas, Gondola, Andrade, Quintero, Godoy, Yanis
Forwards:Welch, Londono, Diaz, Waterman

Canada team news

One wouldn't expect many changes, if any, from the 4-1 win over Honduras in March. With Alphonso Davies on the left wing, Cyle Larin and Jonathan David would start up front, while Junior Hoilett can see himself start ahead of Tajon Buchanan on the right flank.

Given Derek Cornelius' absence, one of Sam Adekugbe, Kamal Miller or Steven Vitoria are likely to complete the three-man defense.

Captain Atiba Hutchinson may have to settle for a spot on the bench, as Stephen Eustaquio, Jonathan Osorio and Ismael Kone are deployed at the centre of midfield.

Canada possible XI: Borjan; Johnston, Kennedy, Miller; Hoilett, Eustaquio, Osorio, Kone, Davies; Larin, David

Goalkeepers:St Clair, McGill, Borjan
Defenders:Johnson, Adekugbe, Miller, Vitoria, Zator, Lumpungu, Laryea, Kennedy
Midfielders:Eustaquio, Kone, Loturi, Hutchinson, Wotherspoon, Davies, Osorio
Forwards:Cavallini, Hoilett, Buchanan, Larin, David

Head-to-Head Record

March 31, 2022Panama 1-0 CanadaWorld Cup qualifiers
October 14, 2021Canada 4-1 PanamaWorld Cup qualifiers
November 19, 2014Panama 0-0 CanadaInternational friendly
July 15, 2013Panama 0-0 CanadaCONCACAF Gold Cup
September 12, 2012Panama 2-0 CanadaWorld Cup qualifiers

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