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Soccer Tuesday: Your Running Commentary


Tuesday is a day loaded with both league and cup action as several of the world’s top teams take the field for midweek action.

In England, League Cup action takes centerstage with a battle of Premier League powerhouses leading the way. Reigning Premier League champions Leicester City host Chelsea in the day’s marquee matchup, while Liverpool, Arsenal and Everton area ll ina ction against lower-league opposition.

German action is headlined by Borussia Dortmund’s clash with Wolfsburg, while Bobby Wood and Hamburg take the field against Freiburg. Meanwhile, Italian action sees Milan take on Lazio, while Paris Saint-Germain faces Dijon in Ligue 1.

If you will be watching today’s action, please feel free to share your thoughts and opinions in the comments section below.

Enjoy the action (Today’s TV schedule below):


2 p.m. – Fox Sports 1 – Wolfsburg vs. Borussia Dortmund

2 p.m. – Fox Soccer 2 Go – Ingolstadt vs. Eintracht Frankfurt

2 p.m. – Fox Soccer 2 Go – Darmstadt vs. Hoffenheim

2 p.m. – Fox Sports 2 – Freiburg vs. Hamburg


2:45 p.m. – beIN Sports USA – Leicester vs. Chelsea

2:45 p.m. – beIN Sports Connect- Nottingham Forest vs. Arsenal

2:45 p.m. – beIN Sports Connect- Everton vs. Norwich

2:45 p.m. – beIN Sports Connect- Derby County vs. Liverpool


2 p.m. – beIN Sports en Espanol – Malaga vs. Eibar

4 p.m.- beIN Sports en Espanol – Sevilla vs. Real Betis


2:45 p.m. – beIN Sports Connect – Milan vs. Lazio


2 p.m. – beIN Sports Connect – Lille vs. Toulouse

2 p.m. – beIN Sports Connect – Paris Saint-Germain vs. Dijon


8 p.m. – UniVision Deportes – Cruz Azul vs. Toluca

8 p.m. – UniMas – Chivas de Guadalajara vs. Tigres

10 p.m. – UniVision Deportes – Necaxa vs. Club America


    • Probably a little of both. I was switching channels back and forth watching Pulisic and Bobby Wood and unfortunately both had pedestrian games today. Pulisic didn’t play badly, just that he hardly got any action; all the play seemed to be coming from the other wing.

      • frankly, the first half of his last game was underwhelming as well–very much a case of “not bad, just forgettable”. to his credit, he turned it around in the second half, but if today’s game was anything like the last, i wouldn’t be surprised if he got pulled for performance reasons.

    • He actually played quite well. Getting past his man on the side line, drawing fouls, and earning a corner. Running by people a couple times even though it was clear he looked a bit drained; he went to the ground a couple times where I thought he would’ve normally stayed up.
      He was getting a little bit frustrated at some of the perceived non-calls.

      That said he was still tracking back and looking dangerous going forward, and had he stayed in I’m pretty sure he would’ve been involved in a goal or two.

      I think him getting subbed at half was part of the plan going into this game.

  1. christian, bobby, and timmy starting in bundesliga; morales on bench.

    lichaj and yedlin starting in england; hyndman and zelalem on bench; no danny williams.

  2. I’m interested in the games tomorrow too. I think we may see Cameron Carter-Vickers and Julian Green in action. These busy midweek fixture games are perfect to get a sense of where our younger players are in the pecking order. Hopefully a few more of them start to see more time.

    Also, Pulisic is so fun to watch!


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