Sheriff vs Tottenham, Swansea vs Kuban, Wigan vs Rubin Kazan, Europa League Gameweek 3: Open Thread

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Gameweek 3 of the Europa League kicks off today. For viewers in the United States, all of the matches are being shown live on either FOX Soccer 2Go or ESPN3.com, while a couple of the games will be shown live on television.

Here’s a partial schedule of the games on deck today:

Sheriff Tiraspol vs Tottenham, 1pm, FOX Sports 1, ESPN3.com and FOX Soccer 2Go
Liberec vs Sevilla, 1pm, FOX Soccer 2Go
Real Betis vs Guimaeres, 1pm, FOX Soccer 2Go
Swansea vs Kuban, 3pm, FOX Soccer Plus and FOX Soccer 2Go
Wigan vs Rubin Kazan, 3pm, FOX Soccer 2Go
Valencia vs St Gallen, 3pm, FOX Sports 1 and FOX Soccer 2Go
Fiorentina vs Panduril, 3pm, FOX Soccer 2Go and ESPN3.com
Apollon vs Lazio, 3pm, FOX Soccer Plus and ESPN3.com

Starting line-ups:

Tottenham: Lloris, Naughton, Chiriches, Vertonghen, Fryers, Dembele, Sandro, Lennon, Eriksen, Lamela, Defoe

Before, during or after today’s Europa League matches, join the conversation thread below in the comments section with fellow soccer fans from around the globe.


5 thoughts on “Sheriff vs Tottenham, Swansea vs Kuban, Wigan vs Rubin Kazan, Europa League Gameweek 3: Open Thread”

  1. Brian McBride should not be co-commentating. Zero energy, mumbles too much, talks for too long and adds little to no crystal clear analysis.

    1. I came in to say the exact same thing, The commentator as well is not that good. Yes I’ll say it, I’d rather listen to Gus.

      1. Ditto to all that other than Gus.

        But then again, Gus’ hysterical freakery might actually be better than McBride’s zombie act for an early round Europa match.

  2. Swansea in control so far against Kuban thanks to the goal by Michu. But it’d be nice to see either Vazquez, Bony or Shelvey score too to get boost their confidence, and to make it a comfortable 2-0 victory.

    1. Swansea threw it away and ended up drawing 1-1 after an injury time penalty kick by Djibril Cisse. Disappointing. So many chances created by Swansea, but unable to finish them off.

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