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Ukraine vs USMNT, England vs Denmark, Spain vs Italy and Other International Friendlies: Open Thread

jurgen klinsmann Ukraine vs USMNT, England vs Denmark, Spain vs Italy and Other International Friendlies: Open Thread

Today’s a soccer fan’s dream, especially if you live in the United States, with a lucky 13 matches shown live on US television and/or Internet during this mini-international break.

The schedule for viewers in the US is:

South Africa vs Brazil, Noon, beIN SPORTS and DishWorld
Colombia vs Tunisia, 1pm, beIN SPORTS Espanol and DishWorld
Ukraine vs USA, 2pm, ESPN2 and WatchESPN.com
Romania vs Argentina, 2pm, ESPN Deportes and ESPN3.com
Austria vs Uruguay, 2:30pm, beIN SPORTS and DishWorld
Germany vs Chile, 2:45pm, ESPN3.com
Ireland vs Serbia, 2:45pm, GolTV
England vs Denmark, 3pm, FOX Sports 2, FOX Deportes and FOX Soccer 2Go
France vs Netherlands, 3pm, ESPN3.com
Ecuador vs Australia, 3pm, beIN SPORTS Espanol and DishWorld
Portugal vs Cameroon, 3:45pm, ESPN3.com
Spain vs Italy, 4pm, ESPN2, ESPN Deportes and WatchESPN.com
Mexico vs Nigeria, 8:30pm, ESPNEWS, UniMas and WatchESPN.com

Starting line-ups:

USA: Howard; Cameron, Onyewu, Brooks, Castillo; Jones, Kljestan; Bedoya, Dempsey(c), Johnson; Altidore

Before, during or after any of the matches today, join in the conversation in the comments section below regarding the games — any interesting observations or questions, etc.   Plus if you’re watching a match that you think we should all tune into, let us know since there are so many matches to choose from today that we may miss some of the action.


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