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UEFA Europa League: Your Running Commentary

Giuseppe Rossi and Villarreal will look to do what they can to prevent an all-Portuguese UEFA Europa League final, as the Spanish side takes on Porto in the first leg of one of two semifinal ties on Thursday.

Portugal's Benfica and Sporting Braga meet in the other semifinal. Benfica has dominated the all-time series between the two sides but will be without star striker Eduardo Salvio, who broke his foot in the quarterfinals.

Here's the TV schedule for today's Europa League matches:

3:05 p.m. – GOLTV – Benfica vs. Braga

3:05 p.m. – DirecTV 480 – Porto vs. Villarreal

If you will be watching any of the Europa League semifinals, please feel free to share any thoughts, opinions and some play-by-play in the comments section below. Enjoy the action.


  1. Villereal is a good team, but man are they have a horror show out there. People were proclaiming villereal future champions, but i knew Porto was going to be hard.

  2. Yeah it’s become ugly. They had to feel okay with an away goal, even down a goal… but this seems like it could get worse at any moment.

  3. Zing. Villareal will be psyched to try to defend the lead they’ve stolen. And Braga is getting absolutely owned… Benefica will break them down eventually.


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