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International Match Day


If you have been craving some quality international soccer, then today is your day.

With an international fixture date on the menu, you will not only get some important CONCACAF World Cup qualifiers, you will also get some attractive friendlies on the docket.

Mexico takes on Honduras with a chance to knock the Catrachos out of next year’s qualifying with a win and a Jamaica win against Canada. Trinidad & Tobago can lock up a place in the Hexagonal round of CONCACAF qualifying with a win or tie against Cuba. If T&T loses, then Guatemala can slip into the Hexagonal with a victory against an inexperienced USA B team.

Friendlies offer up some quality match-ups as well, with England and Germany renewing their long-standing rivalry, while Brazil and Portugal square off.

If you will be watching today’s matches, please feel free to share your thoughts, opinions and some play-by-play in the comment section if this post.

Here is the schedule of international matches on TV today:

Matches on TV

  • 11:30am- FSC- South Korea at Saudi Arabia
  • 1:30pm- FSC- Australia at Bahrain
  • 2:45pm- GolTV- England at Germany
  • 3pm- Setanta- Ireland vs. Poland
  • 3:30pm- FSC- Japan at Qatar
  • 4:30pm- ESPN2- Italy at Greece
  • 8pm- ESPN Classic- Guatemala at USA
  • 8:30pm- Telemundo- Mexico at Honduras

Other Top Friendlies/qualifiers

  • Canada at Jamaica
  • Portugal at Brazil
  • Sweden at Netherlands
  • Argentina at Scotland
  • Italy at Greece
  • Nigeria at Colombia
  • Turkey at Austria
  • Bulgaria at Serbia
  • Ivory Coast at Israel
  • Norway at Ukraine
  • Chile at Spain
  • Angola at Venezuela
  • Wales at Denmark

Share your thoughts on these matches below and remember to make this your place for your comments during match action.



  1. Yes. Both Brazil and Portugal had full strength squads. Portugal scored first at the 4th minute. After that, it was all Brazil.

    C. Ronaldo played poorly and was marked tight. Kaka played very well, setting up several of the goals. 3 by Luis Fabiano, 1 each by Maicon, Elano and Adriano…


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