On Sunday night, Team USA soccer will participate in CONCACAF qualifying as they visit Team Mexico at Azteca Stadium. It will be a tough battle for the United States away from home against a team that has a stacked roster set to go tonight. Here's the latest USA vs. Mexico 2018 World Cup qualifying game preview including odds, television coverage, and how to watch via live stream online tonight.

Game preview

In tonight's game, the U.S. gets its toughest test in recent qualifying history. As of this report, Mexico sits in first place in the CONCACAF standings, with the United States in third.

This particular game can give the winning side a total of three points in the hexagonal round of qualifying, which are much needed for the United States. They'll look to star goalie Tim Howard to shut down the firepower that their opponents from Mexico will bring.

That will probably include top stars like Gio dos Santos and Rafa Marquez, as well as younger talents including Hirving Lozano. Team USA will hope for Christian Pulisic to step up his game again tonight to help them achieve what may look like the impossible to some fans. Pulisic made a "guaranteed victory" promise after he scored two goals in USA's 2-0 win against Trinidad and Tobago, which could give motivation to El Tri.

In the most recent history between the two squads, Mexico has won two-straight including a World Cup qualifying matchup back in November of 2016.

Prior to that, it was a 3-2 CONCACAF Confederations Cup Playoff win. However, the best result that the United States has ever achieved when playing at this venue has been two scoreless draws. Can they make history tonight to grab the much-needed win?

Oddsmakers have given the United States 5 to 1 odds to pull off this upset, under their newest head coach.

Meanwhile, Mexico is a heavy 8 to 15 favorite to win. For those who want to bet that this match ends in a draw, CBS Sports reports those odds are at 11 to 4.

How to watch it live

The Team USA vs. Mexico matchup has a scheduled start time of 8:30 p.m. Eastern Time on Sunday evening. Live television coverage is available on Fox Sports 1 (FS1) Channel and Univision Deportes for coverage in Spanish.

To watch the Team USA soccer game live streaming online, viewers have several options. Cable and satellite subscribers can log into the Fox Sports Go website or mobile apps where available. In addition, there is the fuboTV subscription service which offers live streaming soccer games at a monthly price.