LA Galaxy vs San Jose Earthquakes: live stream, TV channel, start time and where to watch California Clasico

How to watch the Major League Soccer match between LA Galaxy and San Jose Earthquakes, as well as kick-off time and team news.

LA Milky Way will take over Earthquakes in San Jose in the Major League Football (MLS) at Dignity Health Sports Park on Sunday.

LA Galaxy have lost just one of their opening eight games in the Western Conference and will be confident of recording their fifth win of the season. Things will be a little easier against the San Jose Earthquakes as the visitors are bottom of the standings and have recorded just one win so far this season.

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

Start time LA Galaxy vs San Jose Earthquakes

The match will be played on Sunday at Dignity Health Sports Park, with kick-off at 8:15pm ET for fans in the US.

How to watch LA Galaxy vs San Jose Earthquakes online – TV channels and live streams

The match will be broadcast live AppleTV in the U.S. Match highlights will be available on the platform after the match and live updates can be found here on GOAL.

How to watch anywhere with VPN

If you’re abroad, you may need to use a virtual private network (VPN) to watch games via your usual streaming service. A VPN, like NordVPN, you can create a secure online connection while streaming. If you’re not sure which VPN to use, take a look GOAL‘s guide to the best VPNs for streaming sports.

Team news and squads

LA Galaxy team news

Eriq Zavaleta was absent from the Galaxy’s last game due to a head injury Jalen Neal He is expected to be sidelined for several more weeks due to an abdominal problem.

Los Angeles Galaxy possible XI: McCarthy; Yamane, Cerrillo, Yoshida, Aude; Delgado, Brugman, Puig; Berry, Joveljić, Paintsil.

San Jose Earthquakes team news

Bruno Wilson suffered a knee injury during the warm-up for the Quakes match against Austin FC and was unavailable against the Rapids. Daniel remains sidelined due to a lower body issue, and JT Marcinkowski is still recovering from an ACL tear.

Vitor Costa And Michael Baldisimo were both questionable last weekend due to lower-body injuries and were not included in the team line-up.

San Jose predicted XI: Yarbrough; Akapo, Rodrigues, Beason, Marie; Yueill, Gruezo, Tsakiris; Espinoza, Ebobisse, Kikanovic

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