Portland Timbers 1, San Jose Earthquakes 0 – 2nd half score updates, live stream info, odds, time, TV channel, how to watch online (5/15/21)

The Portland Timbers are grappling with a number of injuries but will have to make do with the players they have available tonight when they attend the San Jose earthquake. This game begins on Saturday, May 15 at 7:00 p.m. PT / 10:00 p.m. ET live at Avaya Stadium with a live broadcast on FOX 12 Plus.

• If you are outside of the Portland and San Jose markets, you can watch the game on MLS LIVE on ESPN + for less than $ 6.


5th minute: Yimmi Chara gives the Timbers the start they needed in this game when he skillfully hit the goalkeeper for a neat goal that gave the Timbers an early 1-0 lead over San Jose.



Woods (+205) | Draw (+280) | Earthquake (+120)


What: Portland Timbers FC visits the San Jose Earthquakes in a regular MLS game of the season.

When: 7:00 p.m. PT / 10:00 p.m. ET on Saturday, May 15

Where: Avaya Stadium | San Jose, California

TV channel: FOX 12 Plus. For Comcast subscribers, please find FOX 12 Plus on Channel 13 or 713, Escape on 316. For more information on where to find FOX 12 Plus.

Watch the game live online: Unfortunately FOX 12 Plus is not a channel for streaming services. This game is available via streaming on MLS LIVE on ESPN + for less than $ 6 only to fans living outside the Portland and San Jose service areas. If you live outside of these areas, you can watch a live stream of the game on ESPN + (it costs just $ 5.99 / month or $ 59.99 / year subscription and you can cancel at any time.)

ESPN + is not available in traditional cable TV packages, but it can be streamed live through the ESPN app, which can be accessed on a phone, computer, smart TV, or a TV equipped with a Roku, Apple TV, or other streaming device can be. Here’s a more detailed look at how to watch ESPN + live on your TV.)

– Tim Brown, The Oregonian / OregonLive | @ Timfsbrown

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