How To Watch USFL – Birmingham Stallions Vs Houston Gamblers: Live Stream, Prediction, Overview, Roster, Team and Key Player Stats Week 9

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Get ready for an exhilarating showdown as the USFL Birmingham Stallions take on the Houston Gamblers in an eagerly awaited football battle. Football fans and enthusiasts are gearing up for this most awaited clash. This electrifying match is an opportunity for the Stallions to take revenge for the loss in week 5, as the Gamblers defeated the Stallions. Mark your calendars for this Sunday, June 11, at 2 PM, at Simmons Bank Liberty Stadium, Memphis TN, which becomes the battleground for a fierce encounter that promises to leave spectators on the edge of their seats.

Here we’ll discuss how to watch the USFL – Birmingham Stallions Vs Houston Gamblers live stream. Moreover, Predictions, Overviews, Rosters, Team Stats, and Key Player Insights will be provided.

How to Watch USFL – Birmingham Stallions Vs Houston Gamblers Live Stream

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This USFL – Birmingham Stallions Vs Houston Gamblers match will be officially broadcasted on PeacockTV. Moreover, Streaming services like USA Network, NBC Sports, Fox Sports, Sling TV, Hulu+, FuboTV, and DirecTV will be streaming live. Most of these services would require a subscription to watch. But you can try a trial for a month without paying. Furthermore, You can cancel the subscription anytime. All these streaming services are only accessible in the USA. So if you’re from a different country, you would need a VPN like FastVPN, NordVPN, or ProtonVPN to access these streaming services. These streaming Services would be streaming the match in HD and 4K. This means you can witness every thrilling moment closely and clearly!

USFL – Birmingham Stallions Vs Houston Gamblers Prediction and Overview

Birmingham Stallions (6-2 · 1ST IN SOUTH)

Birmingham Stallions are showing off phenomenal gameplay this season. In the last few weeks, Stallions defeated the Panthers, Breakers, and Stars, gaining a 3-game winning streak. With 6-2 on the scoreboard, Birmingham Stallions stands 1st in the South. Their fierce offense and defense are almost unstoppable. Last week, Stallions overpowered the Stars by 27 points. While Philadelphia Stars were able to score 24. The Stars gave a tough competition though, but couldn’t cover up before the time ran out. Here are some top moments.

Top Moments!

Stallions 27, Stars 24

The Stars quickly made an impact on the opening drive by swiftly scoring points. With three plays exceeding 13 yards, Philadelphia advanced 62 yards, ultimately concluding the drive with a one-yard touchdown pass from Case Cookus to Ryan Izzo.

Birmingham responded to Philadelphia’s touchdown by scoring one of their own through an extensive 11-play drive. The drive was capped off by Alex McGough’s 17-yard touchdown pass to Davion Davis, bringing the score to a tie at 7-7.

Birmingham’s Alex McGough Fumbled the ball during a fake handoff, resulting in a turnover. Philadelphia’s Adam Rodriguez successfully recovered the fumble. Which granted the Stars an excellent position at the Stallions’ 46-yard line with a little over two minutes remaining until halftime.

Cookus once again connected with Coray Coleman on a slant route for a 24-yard touchdown. This combination has been a familiar sight throughout the season. The Stars led 14-7 at halftime.

Early in the 4th quarter, McGough connected with Jace Sternberger for an 11-yard touchdown. Stallions took the lead with a score of 17-14.

Stars were forced to settle for a field goal after 19 plays, covering 142 yards. This resulted in the game being tied at 17-17.

Following a sustained drive by Philadelphia, Birmingham responded by successfully kicking a 41-yard field goal through Brandon Aubrey. This allowed Birmingham to regain the lead with a score of 20-17.

Cookus connected with Devin Gray, then Devon Willaims made a seven-yard touchdown reception. This was Cokkus’ third touchdown of the day. Stars lead back on top, 24-20 with 3:10 left.

La’Michael Pettway was found by Alex Mcgough for a seven-yard touchdown. Putting Stallions up 27-24 with only 25 seconds left.

Houston Gamblers (5-3 · 4TH IN SOUTH)

The Houston Gamblers have done great so far being 3rd in the power rankings this season. Houston Gamblers showed off their skills by dominating strong teams of USFL. Winning 5 games and losing only 3, makes them one of the strongest teams of this season. The Leading players like Kenji Bahar and Mark Thompson took Houston to a high position. Last week, The Gamblers defeated the Maulers, getting a narrow win of 20-19. Some of the moments are given below.

Top Moments!

Gamblers 20, Maulers 19

After a 76-yard drive, Troy Williams made a 2-yard touchdown run.

After taking a reception from Williams, Isaiah Hennie made a 28-yard run. 

The Gamblers managed to score their first points through a 23-yard rushing TD by Mark Thomson just before halftime. This was his 12th touchdown of the season. This successful play concluded a nine-play, 73-yard drive. Leading Gamblers to 13-6. 

Keke Chism made a remarkable 14-yard touchdown reception from Kenji Bahar. Early in the fourth quarter, Pitt held a 16-13 lead.

Following their successful defense that resulted in a field goal on the previous drive, the Gamblers managed to seize the lead with less than five minutes remaining in the game.

This shift was made possible by a 33-yard touchdown run executed by Mark Thompson, who currently leads the league in rushing touchdowns.

Houston now held a 20-19 lead.

Prediction

The upcoming Birmingham Stallions vs Houston Gamblers match is sure to give you an adrenaline rush. Both teams have shown astonishing gameplay in the previous weeks. But as we’ve seen, the Stallions have won the last 3 matches in a row. And Houston gamblers are gaining victory but with narrow wins. So there’s a high chance that the next match will be conquered by the Birmingham Stallions.  By analyzing the previous records, I’m predicting that the Gamblers will lose by fewer than 4 points (or win outright).

USFL – Birmingham Stallions Vs Houston Gamblers Team and Key Player Stats

 

Team Stats – Birmingham Stallions Vs Houston Gamblers

 

Stats Birmingham Stallions Houston Gamblers
PASSING YARDS / GAME 210.0 176.3
RUSHING YARDS / GAME 118.8 117.8
KICKING POINTS 60 42
KICK RETURN AVG 25.9 26.4
PUNT RETURN AVG 6.9 8.7
POINTS ALLOWED 155 181
THIRD DOWN % 51.8 50.5
YARDS / GAME 328.8 294.0
TURNOVER +/- 0 -3
KICKOFF TOUCHBACK % 8.9 7.9
PUNT NET AVERAGE 40.3 35.7

 

Key Players Stats – Birmingham Stallions Vs Houston Gamblers

 

Birmingham Stallions

Alex McGough QB – Passing Yards 1614, Touchdowns 16. 

CJ Marable RB – Rushing Yards 437. 

Alex McGough QB – Rushing Touchdowns 4.

Davion Davis WR – Receiving Yards 437.

Jace Sternberger TE – Receiving Touchdowns 5. 

Brandon Aubrey K – Kicking points 60.

Deon Cain WR – Kick Return Yards 625.

Davion Davis WR – Punt Return Yards 64.

JoJo Tillery S – Interceptions 1.

Christian McFarland S – Total Tackles 46.

Dondrea Tillman DE – Sacks 2.5.

Alex McGough QB – Points 120.

CJ Marable RB – All-Purpose Yards 890.

Brandon Aubrey K –  Kickoff Touchbacks 4.

Colby Wadman P – Punt Net Avg 40.4.

 

Houston Gamblers

Kenji Bahar QB – Passing Yards 1326, Touchdowns 8. 

Mark Thompson RB Rushing Yards 514, Rushing Touchdowns 13.

Justin Hall WR – Receiving Yards 413, Receiving Touchdowns 4. 

Nick Vogel K – Kicking points 42.

Anthony Ratliff-Williams WR – Kick Return Yards 410.

Justin Hall WR – Punt Return Yards 122. 

Manny Bunch S – Interceptions 1.

Khalan Tolson LB – Total Tackles 65.

Reggie Walker DE – Sacks 4.0.

Mark Thompson RB – Points 78.

Anthony Ratliff-Williams WR –  All-Purpose Yards 634.

Nick Vogel K –  Kickoff Touchbacks 3.

Hunter Niswander P – Punt Net Avg 37.3.

 

USFL – Birmingham Stallions Vs Houston Gamblers Roster

 

Birmingham Stallions Houston Gamblers
OFFENSE Adrian Hardy #16 WR Julian Allen #0 TE
Alex McGough #2 QB Kenji Bahar #11QB

(PROBABLE)

Austin Watkins #14 WR Brandon Barnes #8 TE

(OUT)

Bo Scarbrough #25 RB Nick Buchanan #66 C
Bobby Holly #44 FB Keke Chism #81 WR
CJ Marable #11 RB Montell Cozart #6 QB
Cohl Cabral #69 C Avery Gennesy #74 OL
Cole Schneider #65 G Justin Hall #17 WR
Darius Harper #76 T Tyler Higby #77 G
Davion Davis #13 WR Brandon Hitner #78 T
Deon Cain #85 WR

PROBABLE

Braylon Jones #52 C
Derwin Gray #77 T Shermari Jones #4 RB
J’Mar Smith #6 QB Jair Joseph #65 G
Jace Sternberger #12 TE Bamidele Olaseni #0 T
Jahmir Johnson #67 T Tyler Palka #16 WR
Jalen Morton #18 QB Josh Pederson #85 TE
Josh Johnson #1 WR T.J. Pledger #29 RB
Kyle Sloter #3 QB Rodell Rahmaan #86 TE

(PROBABLE)

La’Michael Pettway #80 TE Anthony Ratliff-Williams #1 WR (PROBABLE)
Marlon Williams #17 WR Teo Redding #9 WR
Matt Kaskey #63 G Na’Ty Rodgers #51 T
Michael Dereus #8 WR Aaron Shampklin #32 RB
Myron Mitchell #81 WR Clint Sigg Jr. #42 TE
O’Shea Dugas #74 OL Jordan Steckler #72 T

(PROBABLE)

Ricky Person Jr. #23 RB Mark Thompson #7 RB
Thaddeus Moss #86 TE Terry Wilson #3 QB
Tre’Vour Wallace-Simms #79 G Isaiah Zuber #21 WR
Zaquandre White #4 RB
DEFENSE Brian Allen #29 CB Ronheen Bingham #15  LB
Brody Buck #40 LB Tim Bonner #45 DE
Bryan Mills #21 CB Manny Bunch #22 S
Christian McFarland #5 S

PROBABLE

Isaiah Chambers #40 DE
Darrion Daniels #94 DE Damion Daniels #99 DT
Dondrea Tillman #99 DE Nick Grant  #20 CB
Donnie Lewis II #20 CB

OUT

Eli Howard #95 DE
Elijah Sullivan #57 LB

PROBABLE

Jeffery Johnson #55 DT
JoJo Tillery #27 S Jeremiah Johnson #2 S
Joe Jackson#90 DE

PROBABLE

Elijah Jones #33 CB
Joe Ozougwu #47 DE Dayan Lake #25 S
Jonathan Newsome #55 DE Isaiah Lewis #23 S
Jordan Thompson #78 DE

QUESTIONABLE

Julian McCleod #91 OUT DT
Khalil Davis #95 DT Chigozie Nnoruka #93 DT
Lorenzo Burns #22 CB Ikenna Onwuasoanya #92 DT
Malik Grant #0 S Isaiah Pryor #30 LB
Mark Fields II #0 CB Donald Rutledge Jr. #38 DB
Nate Brooks #26 CB Kristjan Sokoli #90 DT

(PROBABLE)

Nate Holley #36 S Andrew Soroh #14 S
Quentin Poling #59 LB  Marcel Spears Jr. #27 LB
Rashad Smith #35 LB

PROBABLE

Guy Thomas #50 DE
Scooby Wright III #33 LB Khalan Tolson #44 LB
T.J. Carter #7 S J.T. Tyler #18 LB
Tyree Robinson #9 S Reggie Walker #59 DE
Willie Henry #96 DT Malcolm Washington #10 CB
Willie Yarbary #97 DL
SPECIAL TEAMS Brandon Aubrey #10 K Andrew Galitz #13 P
Colby Wadman #15 P Hunter Niswander #94 P
Ryan Langan #41 LS Ross Reiter #57 S
Nick Vogel #19 K

Conclusion

The USFLs Birmingham Stallions vs Houston Gamblers match is sure to give you Thrill Chills.

The Stallions are eagerly waiting for the moment to come. Where they will retaliate for the loss. On the other side, Houston gamblers are looking forward to defeating the Stallions again. Again a reminder, the match will be held on Sunday, June 11 at Simmons Bank Liberty Stadium. Starting at 2 pm (USA). So make sure you don’t miss this electrifying show! 

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