The United States women's national team faces off against Spain on Monday in the round of 16 at the 2019 Women's World Cup, and now the tournament really starts for Jill Ellis and company. It's win or go home as the red, white and blue look to repeat as World Cup champs after cruising through the group stage with really no trouble at all. On the tough side of the bracket and likely facing France in the quarterfinals, the U.S. is the heavy favorite to move on from this match with the Europeans failing to really convince in the group stage. You can get live match updates here.

Here's how you can watch the match and what to know:

World Cup: USWNT vs. Spain

  • Date: Monday, June 24
  • Time: 12 p.m. ET
  • Location: Stade Auguste-Delaune II
  • TV channel: FS1, Telemundo and NBCSN
  • Streaming: fuboTV (Try for free)
  • Odds: USWNT -1.5 (+115) | Spain +1.5 (-135) | O/U: 2.5

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World Cup path

USA: Beat Thailand (13-0), Chile (3-0) and Sweden (2-0)
Spain: Beat South Africa (3-1), lost to Germany (1-0) and drew China (0-0)

How will USA line up?

Here's the official XI:

  • Alyssa Naeher (GK); Kelley O'Hara (DEF), Abby Dahlkemper (DEF), Becky Sauerbrunn (DEF), Crystal Dunn (DEF); Sam Mewis (MID), Julie Ertz (MID), Rose Lavelle (MID); Tobin Heath (FWD), Alex Morgan (FWD), Megan Rapinoe (FWD)

USA vs. Spain history

  • This is just the second meeting all-time between the two countries.
  • The previous match was actually this year, back on Jan. 22. It was a 1-0 win for the U.S. with a goal from Christen Press in the 54th minute.
  • That match saw the U.S. record nine shots to Spain's four, and 22 of the 25 players for Spain that day are on the World Cup roster. 
  • Sixteen of the 17 players who played for the U.S. in that game are on this current World Cup roster.

Could Spain dethrone the U.S.?

Spain is ranked No. 13 in the world, and this is the country's second ever World Cup after making it for the first time in 2015. The head coach is Jorge Vilda, who was nominated for FIFA World Coach of the year on the women's side in 2014 after a great run that saw him lead the U-17 team to back-to-back UEFA titles. 

The team likes to play the style that Spain is known for -- possession, short passes, quick movements and lots of shots. Spain just had some trouble doing so, going up against stellar defenses like Germany and China in the group stage. Spain has won just two of its last seven games, but faced World Cup teams in all of those matches, only beating Cameroon in a friendly and South Africa in the group stage. 

The player to watch is striker Jennifer Hermoso, a 29-year-old striker who plays for Atletico Madrid. She played for Barcelona and PSG in the past and has 30 goals for Spain in 68 games. She is nine goals away from becoming Spain's all-time scorer.

USWNT vs. Spain prediction

The U.S. keeps another clean sheet and gets into the quarterfinals with little trouble as they shut down Hermoso.

Pick: USA 3, Spain 0

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