Soccer Tuesday: Your Running Commentary

Soccer Tuesday: Your Running Commentary

World Cup Qualifying

Soccer Tuesday: Your Running Commentary

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Win and you’re in.

That’s the situation that Roy Hodgson and the English National Team face on Tuesday when they face Poland at Wembley Stadium, with one of four automatic qualification places up for grabs Group H of UEFA World Cup qualifying.

In addition to England, Ukraine could take the top spot in that group with a win and an England loss or draw, making it crucially important for the Three Lions to take the three points. Spain, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Greece, France, and Russia, and also fighting for the other three automatic places remaining for Brazil 2014.

The busy day in international soccer begins in China with a friendly between Brazil and Zambia, includes exciting matches in Europe including Turkey vs. Netherlands and Sweden vs. Germany, with a great finish in the evening as Uruguay need a big win when they face Argentina and Costa Rica hope to send Mexico spiraling into the playoff round next month when the two meet in San Jose, Costa Rica.

If you will be watching today’s action, please feel free to share your thoughts, opinions and some play-by-play in the comments section below.

Enjoy the action (Today’s TV schedule is after the jump):

7:45am – Brazil vs. Zambia – beIN Sport Play (beIN Sport USA at 2pm)

11:30am – Ghana vs. Egypt – beIN Sport USA/beIN Sport en Español

1pm – Greece vs. Liechtenstein – ESPN3

1pm – Cyprus vs. Albania – ESPN3

1pm – Azerbaijan vs. Russia – ESPN3

1pm – Israel vs. Northern Ireland – ESPN3

1pm – Portugal vs. Luxembourg – ESPN Deportes/ESPN3

2pm – Lithuania vs. Bosnia and Herzegovina – ESPN3

2pm – Switzerland vs. Slovenia – ESPN3

2pm – Hungary vs. Andorra – ESPN3

2pm – Turkey vs. Netherlands – ESPN3

2pm – Romania vs. Estonia – ESPN3

2:10pm – Latvia vs. Slovakia – ESPN3

2:15pm – Bulgaria vs. Czech Republic – ESPN3

2:30pm – Serbia vs. Macedonia – ESPN3

2:45pm – Sweden vs. Germany – GolTV USA

2:45pm – Italy vs. Armenia – RAI Internazionale

3pm – Spain vs. Georgia – ESPN Deportes/ESPN3

3pm – San Marino vs. Ukraine – ESPN3

3pm – Montenegro vs. Moldova – ESPN3

3pm – England vs. Poland – Fox Sports 1

3pm – Belgium vs. Wales – ESPN3

3pm – Scotland vs. Croatia – ESPN3

4pm – France vs. Finland – ESPN3

7:30pm – Uruguay vs. Argentina – beIN Sport USA

7:30pm – Paraguay vs. Colombia – beIN Sport Play

7:30pm – Chile vs. Ecuador – beIN Sport en Español

9:30pm – Jamaica vs. Honduras – beIN Sport en Español

9:30pm – Panama vs. USA – beIN Sport USA

9:30pm – Costa Rica vs. Mexico – Telemundo

10:15pm – Peru vs. Bolivia – beIN Sport Play

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