Americans Abroad: Tuesday Preview


Tuesday is set to be a busy day for Americans Abroad, as a schedule full of cup and league matches sees plenty join the action throughout the day.

Headlining the day’s events are a trio of Bundesliga matches. After scoring over the weekend, Christian Pulisic could be in line to return to the Borussia Dortmund lineup on Tuesday for a clash with Wolfsburg, while Hamburg striker Bobby Wood will look to return to his goalscoring ways against Freiburg. Elsewhere, Alfredo Morales and Inglstadt go head to head with a fellow American in Timmy Chandler for a clash with Eintracht Frankfurt.

Several young Americans could see action in the English League Cup, including DeAndre Yedlin, who is continuing to push for a more prominent role with Newcastle. Emerson Hyndman will also hope to push into the Bournemouth lineup, while Reading regular Danny Williams will hope to lead his side over Brighton and Hove Albion.

Elsewhere, Omar Gonzalez and Pachuca headline a series of Liga MX clashes, while Russel Canouse and Jerome Kiesewetter could go head to head in a 2. Bundesliga clash.

Here’s a look at Tuesday’s Americans Abroad:


Christian Pulisic and Borussia Dortmund take on Wolfsburg.

Alfredo Morales and Ingolstadt face Timmy Chandler and Eintracht Frankfurt.

Bobby Wood and Hamburg visit Freiburg.


Emerson Hyndman and Bournemouth face Preston North End.

Danny Williams and Reading take on Brighton and Hove.

Eric Lichaj and Nottingham Forest face Gedion Zelalem and Arsenal.

DeAndre Yedlin and Newcastle take on Wolverhampton Wanderers


Luis Silva, Jose Torres and Tigres face Chivas de Guadalajara

Omar Gonzalez and Pachuca take on Morelia.

Sebastian Saucedo and Veracruz visit Puebla.

Ventura Alvarado and Club America face off with Necaxa.


Russel Canouse and VFL Bochum visit Jerome Kiesewetter and Fortuna Dusseldorf

Andrew Wooten and SV Sandhausen take on Heidenheimer SB.


Duane Holmes and Scunthorpe United host Charlton Athletic.


Desevio Payne and FC Groningen visit Capelle.

  • Fast Right Leg

    Pulisic looked good, but a little tired from the busy stretch.

    Wood almost had a goal, bit of an ugly chance but he made it very close. Hamburg looks like a team that isn’t going to play him into good chances.


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