World Cup Qualifiers Including Ukraine vs England: Open Thread

It’s another hectic afternoon of World Cup qualifiers with Ukraine against England just one of many important matches to keep track of today.

If you live in the United States, here’s the TV and Internet schedule for this afternoon:

ESPN Whiparound Coverage, 2-5pm, ESPN3
Spain vs. Chile, 2 p.m., ESPN Deportes / WatchESPN / ESPN3

Malta vs. Bulgaria, 2 p.m., ESPN3

Romania vs. Turkey, 2 p.m., ESPN3
Luxembourg vs. Northern Ireland, 2:15 p.m., ESPN3
Slovakia vs. Bosnia-Herzegovina, 2:15 p.m., ESPN3

Hungary vs. Estonia, 2:30pm, ESPN3
Italy vs. Czech Republic 2:30pm, Univision Deportes & RAI
Andorra vs. Netherlands, 2:30pm, ESPN3
Macedonia vs. Scotland, 2:30 p.m., ESPN3
Cyprus vs. Slovenia, 2:30pm, ESPN3
Greece vs. Latvia, 2:45pm, ESPN3  
San Marino vs. Poland, 2:45pm, ESPN3
Ukraine vs England, 2:45pm, GolTV
Belarus vs. France, 3pm, ESPN3  

Iceland vs. Albania, 3:30pm, ESPN3
Bolivia vs. Ecuador, 3:50pm, beIN SPORT
Uruguay vs. Colombia, 5:50pm, beIN SPORT

Before, during or after today’s World Cup qualifying matches, join the conversation below with fellow soccer fans.

7 thoughts on “World Cup Qualifiers Including Ukraine vs England: Open Thread”

    1. You didn’t miss much. It was a boring 0-0 draw between two teams that both were happy with the final result.

      England now has two matches remaining — at home — against Montenegro and Poland.

  1. England get what they want … a point. But you can’t see this team beating any of Italy, Germany, Spain, Argentina, Brazil, etc.

    Not sure that Roy Hodgson has a plan …

  2. Under Hodgson England are proving to be limited but effective. This was a real banana skin waiting to happen and instead we got the point we needed. Job done. We might be as dull as dishwater to watch but so what. Grinding out results is the way this England team is. Anyone expecting Barcelona or German style football is unrealistic. Lets face it, we are the new Italy and that’s not a bad thing. I mean, how many world cups have they won?

  3. it’s good to know the Prem is back this weekend so the English players will actually give a toss for the team they play for.
    Gerrard and Lamps are the few players who have pride playing for their country. Even if they qualify, it’ll be a flashback to the last few world cups of misery and frustration.

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