Canada and the United States meet on Tuesday night at BMO Field in Toronto in a marquee Concacaf Nations League showdown. A young and emerging Canadian side clashes with an American team in transition in the first of two matches – they'll also meet on Nov. 15 in Orlando. Not only will Tuesday's contest go a long way in deciding who will win their group and advance to next summer's tournament final, but bragging rights between the Concacaf rivals are also on the line. has you covered with our in-depth preview coverage from multiple angles and different perspectives. Check out all of our original content below...
FCE’s Amer Didic adjusting to being the ‘new guy’ in CanMNT’s camp spoke 1-on-1 with FC Edmonton defender Amer Didic about being the second CPL player to earn a Canadian national team call-up. || FULL STORY
Ex-CanMNT Terry Dunfield weighs in

In the latest edition of the Centre Circle LIVE! podcast, former Canadian midfielder Terry Dunfield offers his thought's on Tuesday's game:
Americans happy to coast ahead of Nations League bout with Canada

Because the United States swamped Cuba in the opening minutes of their National League opener last week in a 7-0 win, coach Gregg Berhalter was able to have his team coast through much of the game, saving energy for Tuesday’s date against Canada. || FULL STORY
CanMNT’s Fraser hoping to ‘play spoiler’ vs. Michael Bradley spoke one-on-one with Canadian youngster Liam Fraser about taking on TFC teammate Michael Bradley in Tuesday's game. || FULL STORY
Adekugbe excited to renew rivalry with USA spoke one-on-one with defender Samuel Adekugbe about being recalled by the Canadian national team. || FULL STORY
‘Give everything’: Herdman’s CanMNT ready to ‘silence critics’ against U.S.

Canadian coach John Herdman has high expectations of his team ahead of Tuesday's showdown with the U.S. || FULL STORY
CanMNT aims to turn ‘shocking’ 34-year tide vs. U.S. looks back 34 years to the last time Canada beat the U.S. || FULL STORY
How would a 2012 CanMNT fan react to 2019? looks at how this Canadian side stacks up to the one from seven years ago when they played the Americans. || FULL STORY
Canadian men’s team needs more fans, less critics

Former Canadian women's team member Carmelina Moscato argues that for the men’s team program to succeed and capture the heart of the nation, the fans are needed. || FULL STORY

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