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Nigeria vs Spain and Uruguay vs Tahiti, Confederations Cup: Open Thread

confederations cup 600x450 Nigeria vs Spain and Uruguay vs Tahiti, Confederations Cup: Open Thread

Today’s the last day of the first round of the Confederations Cup, we’ve got Nigeria against Spain and Uruguay vs Tahiti.

Here’s the TV schedule for viewers in the United States:

Nigeria vs Spain (Confederations Cup), 2:30pm, ESPN/WatchESPN
Uruguay vs Tahiti (Confederations Cup), 2:30pm, ESPN2/WatchESPN

Before, during or after today’s matches, join the conversation in the comments section below.

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3 Responses to Nigeria vs Spain and Uruguay vs Tahiti, Confederations Cup: Open Thread

  1. San Fransiscan says:

    Did Ian Darke just said 6-0 to Uganada?

  2. nigeria could win againts spain but they forward are not in possition

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