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Soccer Sunday: Your Running Commentary

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By ADAM TROXTELL

In the buildup to this summer’s Copa America, Chile also might have revenge on the mind when facing Brazil in London.

The match held at the Emirates Stadium is the first meeting between the two sides since Brazil’s win on penalty kicks in the round of 16 at last year’s World Cup. Both teams called up the big guns for this friendly match, with Neymar and Alexis Sanchez expected to play.

Qualification continues for next summer’s European Championships, with Germany trying to retake first place in their group against Georgia. It should be an easy time for the Germans, who are currently staring up at Poland in a close Group D.

Ireland hosts Poland later in the day, with just three points separating first from fourth. Third place Scotland plays bottom dwellers Gibraltar.

Portugal can take top spot in Group I with a win against Serbia. Denmark, who currently tops the group, plays France in a friendly match this round.

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

Enjoy the action (today’s soccer on TV schedule after the jump):

10 a.m. — beIN Sports USA — Brazil vs. Chile

Noon — Fox Sports 2 — Georgia vs. Germany

Noon — Fox Soccer Plus — Northern Ireland vs. Finland

Noon — ESPN3 — Romania vs. Faroe Islands

Noon — ESPN Deportes — Scotland vs. Gibraltar

2 p.m. — beIN Sports en Espanol — Barcelona II vs. Tenerife

2:45 p.m. — Fox Soccer Plus — Hungary vs. Greece

2:45 p.m. — ESPN2 — Portugal vs. Serbia

2:45 p.m. —ESPN3 — Republic of Ireland vs. Poland

3 p.m. — GolTV USA — Sao Paulo vs. Linense

4 p.m. — beIN Sports en Espanol — Sabadell vs. Mallorca

5 p.m. — ESPN2 — Chicago Fire vs. Philadelphia Union

5:30 p.m. — GolTV USA — Santos vs. San Bento

7 p.m. — Fox Sports 1 — Real Salt Lake vs. Toronto FC

8 p.m. — GolTV USA — Nacional vs. Atenas

Comments

  1. Twellman with an awkward Bradley Cooper joke beginning his interview with Mike Magee……. then he tries a second one; even worse…

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    • if Twellman didn’t fit the “pot-stirrer” role so well i wonder if he’d be a commentator…

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