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What to watch on Nov. 20, 2018

November 20, 2018 matches to watch featuring France vs Uruguay, Italy vs USA

November 20, 2018 By Ali M.
France vs Uruguay, Italy vs USA, Argentina vs Mexico, and Brazil vs Cameroon are some of today's key games to watch on TV or stream.

International friendlies stealing the spotlight - watch these

France vs Uruguay

Kick-off is at 15:00 ET/20:00 GMT on ESPN+, Univision Deportes En Vivo, and Galavision; Sky Sports in the UK; Optus Sport in Australia; M6 in France; and VTV Uruguay in Uruguay.

France will be in action day after missing out on the UEFA Nations League final four, hoping to get over that disappointment with a win. Netherlands' 2-2 draw with Germany on Monday meant that it was the Dutch, not the World Cup champion, that will move on in this new European tournament.

Griezmann to weat the flag of his second country in today's friendly 

Les Bleus' last game saw them lose 2-0 to the Netherlands, but they aren't the only side hurting from a defeat ahead of this tie. Uruguay was defeated 1-0 by continental rival Brazil via a late Neymar penalty. La Celeste will be eyeing a return to winning ways. Can they pull it off against Mbappe and Co? Tune in to find out.

Italy vs USA

This game is scheduled at 14:45 ET/19:45 GMT on Fox Sports, UniMás, and Univision in the USA; Sky Sports in the UK; Optus Sport in Australia; and Rai Italia in Italy.

This clash will see two teams going through a transition period lock horns. Both teams failed to make the recent World Cup and made several changes after that disappointment. While things have improved, they are nowhere near perfection. That goes for the USA, who heads into this tie having lost 3-0 to England. This will be the Stars and Stripes final game in 2018 and possibly their last under interim boss Dave Sarachan. A victorious farewell would be nice but don't expect Italy to roll over.

Will we see another exciting Italy vs USA clash? 

Under Roberto Mancini, the Azzurri missed out on a spot in the final four to Portugal but managed to stay up, which is a feat on its own given how they fared in the World Cup playoffs. They failed to beat Fernando Santos' crew in their recent encounter at the San Siro but will be hopeful of a better result against the USMNT.

Argentina vs Mexico

This game kicks off at 19:00 ET/00:00 GMT on Univision and UniMás in the USA; TyC Sports in Argentina; and Televisa Deportes En Vivo, UnivisionTDN, Azteca Deportes En Vivo, TDN, Azteca 7, and Canal 5 Televisa in Mexico. For La Albiceleste, recovery from their nightmare at Russia 2018 continues. The South American giant remain without skipper Lionel Messi, who has asked not to be called up. The task for Lionel Scaloni is to build a formidable squad without the five-time Ballon d'Or winner that can handle teams such as El Tri.

Brazil vs Cameroon

Kick-off is at 14:30 ET/19:30 GMT on beIN Sports in the USA; FreeSports TV UK in the United Kingdom; DAZN and beIN Sports in Canada; and Globo and SporTV in Brazil. The Selecao's preparations for next year's Copa America continues, this time with a clash against Cameroon. Despite their shortcomings in the 2018 World Cup, Tite's men have been excellent since his appointment. As for the Indomitable Lions, this will be a good test for Seedorf's men as they are on the brink of an African Cup of Nations qualification.

One more UEFA Nations League tie for Portugal

Portugal vs Poland

This game will begin at 14:45 ET/19:45 GMT and will be aired on Univision Deportes En Vivo and ESPN+ in the USA; Sky Sports in the UK; Optus Sport in Australia; RTP and Sport TV1 in Portugal; and IPLA and Polsat Sport in Poland.

There is little to play for in this game except for pride. Poland has been relegated from League A and will be keen on bowing out with a victory. As for Portugal, they will wish to remain unbeaten in the group stage. Unfortunately, though, this tie will miss two big names in the form of Cristiano and Lewandowski.

No Cristiano, no Lewandowski, no problem?

FIFA U17 Women's World Cup

The group stage of the FIFA U17 Women's World Cup will wrap up on Tuesday for a number of nations. First and second in Group A and Group B will lock horns in the form of Ghana U17 vs New Zealand U17 and Japan U17 vs Mexico U17.

Africa Women Cup of Nation

Two games will take place on Tuesday in the Africa Women Cup of Nation: Ghana vs Mali and Cameroon vs Algeria. For Ghana and Cameroon, victories would secure them a spot in the semis.

Today's big headlines

Van Dijk consoles heartbroken referee

Germany 2-2 Netherlands was a wonderful game for Virgil Van Dijk, as the draw helped his country progress to the UEFA Nations League final four. However, the referee had recently lost his mother and broke down in tears after the final whistle. After seeing what happened, the Liverpool center-back gave the match official a warm embrace, a classy gesture which was hailed.

Van Dijk shows his class after FT 

Rashford linked with Real Madrid

He may not be having the best of seasons at Man United, but Marcus Rashford is reportedly on the radar of Santiago Scolari. The Real Madrid manager is keen on bringing the Englishman to the Bernabeu as he sees him as a talent for the future.

Rashford wanted at the Bernabeu


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