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20 World Cup Qualifying Matches On US TV & Internet This Afternoon Incl. England-Moldova: Open Thread

fifa world cup 20 World Cup Qualifying Matches On US TV & Internet This Afternoon Incl. England Moldova: Open Thread

If you’re a soccer aficionado and you live in the United States, you’re spoiled with a choice of 20 live World Cup qualifying matches on television and Internet this afternoon.

The matches at your fingertips are:

Friday, Sept. 6
Czech Republic vs. Armenia, Noon, ESPN Deportes, WatchESPN & ESPN3
Macedonia vs. Wales 2pm, ESPN3
Turkey vs. Andorra, 2 p.m., ESPN3
Romania vs. Hungary, 2pm, ESPN3
Malta vs. Denmark, 2pm, ESPN3
Latvia vs. Lithuania, 2:10 p.m., ESPN3
Bosnia-Herzegovina vs. Slovakia, 2:15pm, ESPN3
Georgia vs. France, 2:15pm, ESPN3
Finland vs. Spain, 2:30pm, ESPN Deportes / WatchESPN / ESPN3
Estonia vs. Netherlands, 2:30pm, ESPN3
Slovenia vs. Albania, 2:30pm, ESPN3
Switzerland vs. Iceland, 2:30pm, ESPN3
Serbia vs. Croatia, 2:45pm, ESPN3
Liechtenstein vs. Greece, 2:45pm, ESPN3
Germany vs. Austria. 2:45pm, ESPN3
Northern Ireland vs. Portugal, 2:45pm, ESPN3
Poland vs. Montenegro, 2:45pm, ESPN3
England vs Moldova, 3pm, FOX Sports 1, FOX Soccer 2Go and FOX Deportes
Scotland vs. Belgium 3pm, ESPN3
Colombia vs. Ecuador, 4:20pm, beIN SPORT

Before, during or after today’s matches, post your observations, questions or opinions in the comments section below.


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