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Everton and Tottenham both entered the current English Premier League campaign with aspirations of grabbing a Top Four finish in the league, and each will be desperate to grab three points when they meet in London today in order to move up and away from the middle of the table.

The Toffees and Spurs are currently tied on points in the standings, and a win would help one of them climb all the way to a tie for sixth with Arsenal, while a loss would leave one of them tied with Liverpool at mid-table.

In Spain, Barcelona will look to win a third straight La Liga match with a visit to fourth-place Valencia today. Lionel Messi’s side can move within two points of first-place Real Madrid with a win.

If you want to catch a glimpse of the future then seeing the U.S. Under-17 Men’s National Team will be your pick, as the young Americans take on Australia in the Nike Friendlies.

If you will be watching today’s action, or had a chance to catch today’s early-morning matches, feel free to share your thoughts and opinions on the action in the comments section below.

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


9:30 a.m. – GolTV USA – Wolfsburg vs. Borussia Mönchengladbach

11 a.m. – NBCSN – Tottenham vs. Everton

11 a.m. – beIN Sports en Español – Sevilla vs. Granada

11:30 a.m. – GolTV USA – Eintracht Frankfurt vs. Borussia Dortmund

12 p.m. – beIN Sports USA – Juventus vs. Torino

1 p.m. – beIN Sports en Español – Cordoba vs. Villarreal

1 p.m. – Univision – Toluca vs. Chiapas

2 p.m. – GolTV USA – Fluminense vs. Corinthians

2pm- – Clemson vs. North Carolina (NCAA Tournament)

3 p.m. – beIN Sports USA – Valencia vs. Barcelona

6 p.m. – – USA U-17 vs. Australia U-17

6pm- – Louisville vs. UMBC

7 p.m. – Univision Deportes – Atlas vs. Monterrey

7pm- – Notre Dame vs. Virginia (NCAA Tournament)

9 p.m. – ESPN – Seattle Sounders vs. LA Galaxy

10pm- Pac-12 Networks – UCLA vs. California (NCAA Tournament)


  1. Way to go, once again, MLS. Start the marquee matchup well after 9pm on the east coast. Buy a map you dolts, 47% of the country lives in the eastern time zone. Idiots.

    • Ya… They might need a new manager just to have someone different there. It’s not that Klopp is bad but 6 years is a long time.

      Thomas Tuchel is available. He would be tempting…

  2. Every goal Lampard scores makes it feel less likely that he’ll show up on time for MLS.

    If you owned both clubs and you had a player scoring goals for the important one, would you send him to the unimportant one while you still needed him?


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