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Top 40 games to watch in Mar. 20-26 intl' break

Top 40 football matches to watch during March 20-26, 2019 international break

March 20, 2019 By Ali M.
As many as 40 interesting games are on the way in the latest international break, with the likes of Argentina, Brazil, Portugal, Germany, Netherlands, and Belgium gearing up for action.

Top seven standout games

Euro 2020 qualifier: Belgium vs Russia on March 21, 2019

After missing out on a spot in the UEFA Nations League finals courtesy of an embarrassing defeat to Switzerland, Belgian will now have to secure their Euro 2020 spot via your conventional qualifying campaign. The Red Devils kick things off against Russia on ESPN2 and Univision in the USA.

The 2018 World Cup host will want to build on their successful campaign which saw them narrowly miss out on a spot in the semi-finals. Hazard and Co. will be their biggest opponent and winning at Brussels could set the right tone from the get-go.

International friendly: Argentina vs Venezuela on March 22, 2019

All eyes will be on one man and one man only: Lionel Messi. After taking a sabbatical from the national side after their World Cup disappointment, one many thought he would return from, the five-time Ballon d'Or has finally accepted a call-up to the national side.

Leo in Argentina's new kit

Lionel Messi, Argentina, 2019 Copa America

With the 2019 Copa America fast approaching, Lionel Scaloni must get things organized -- unlike his predecessor -- in order to end La Albiceleste's title drought. Their clash with Venezuela will be a good test, with La Pulga likely to play alongside Icardi and/or Dybala. Tune in to beIN Sports and Fanatiz USA to follow this game live in the United States.

Africa Cup of Nations qualifier: Burundi vs Gabon on March 23, 2019

This game, which will be aired on beIN Sports and Fanatiz USA in the United States, is do or die for Gabon. They will be taking on second-placed Burundi in their final Africa Cup of Nations qualifier. The task is simple for Aubameyang and Co.: grab all three points in order to grab that last qualifier spot or miss out on Egypt 2019.

Euro 2020 qualifier: Netherlands vs Germany on March 24, 2019

Joachim Low's mission to steer Germany out of their fall from grace begins on March 24. Unfortunately, their first Euro 2020 qualifier will be a difficult trip to the Netherlands, a side they failed to beat both home and away in the UEFA Nations League.

This game; which will be aired on UniMás, Univision, and ESPN+; should be a worthy test for Ronald Koeman's side ahead of the UEFA Nations League final. Will Depay and Co. beat die Mannschaft? Don't miss this showdown.

Euro 2020 qualifier: Portugal vs Serbia on March 25, 2019

With Cristiano Ronaldo back in the squad, Portugal begins their Euro 2020 qualifying campaign. The reigning European Championship holder is the favorite to top group B, but they will face stiff competition from Serbia, their opponent on Matchday 1.

International friendly: USA vs Chile March 26, 2019

USA's preparations for the 2019 Gold Cup will see them take on Chile in an international friendly on air on UniMás, Univision, and ESPN2. The rebuilding process for the Stars and Stripes is underway and Gregg Berhalter's boys will test themselves against a capable South American side. For La Roja, they will hope to make up for the embarrassment of failing to qualify for the World Cup by successfully defending their Copa America title but will take on the USMNT beforehand.

International Friendly: Czech Republic vs Brazil on 26 March, 2019

Another international friendly, but one of importance for Brazil, as they take on the Czech Republic in preparation for next summer's Copa America. This game, on ESPN3 in the USA, should give Tite a chance to figure things out in the absence of the influential Neymar.

Other key games from this international break


Wednesday, 20 March 2019

19:45 | Germany vs Serbia

Thursday, 21 March 2019

0:00 (20:00 ET) | USA vs Ecuador

Friday, 22 March 2019

10:20 | Japan vs Colombia

0:00 | (20:00 ET) Peru vs Paraguay

1:00 | (21:00 ET) Guatemala vs Costa Rica

2:15 | (22:15 ET) Mexico vs Chile

Saturday, 23 March 2019

17:00 | Brazil vs Panama

Tuesday, 26 March 2019

9:30 | Japan vs Bolivia

10:00 | Korea Republic vs Colombia

14:50 | Nigeria vs Egypt

18:00 | Morocco vs Argentina

23:30 | Honduras vs Ecuador

0:00 (20:00 ET) | Peru vs El Salvador

1:00 | (21:00 ET) Costa Rica vs Jamaica

1:00 | (21:00 ET) Mexico vs Paraguay

UEFA Euro Qualifying

Thursday, 21 March 2019

19:45 | Croatia vs Azerbaijan

19:45 | Netherlands vs Belarus

Friday, 22 March 2019

19:45 | England vs Czech Republic

19:45 | Moldova vs France

19:45 | Portugal vs Ukraine

Saturday, 23 March 2019

19:45 | Italy vs Finland

19:45 | Spain vs Norway

Sunday, 24 March 2019

14:00 | Wales vs Slovakia

17:00 | Hungary vs Croatia

19:45 | Cyprus vs Belgium

Monday, 25 March 2019

17:00 | Turkey vs Moldova

19:45 | France vs Iceland

19:45 | Montenegro vs England

Tuesday, 26 March 2019

19:45 | Bosnia and Herzegovina vs Greece

19:45 | Italy vs Liechtenstein

19:45 | Malta vs Spain

19:45 | Switzerland vs Denmark

CONCACAF Nations League Qualifying

Saturday, 23 March 2019

2:00 (22:00 ET) | El Salvador vs Jamaica

The biggest talking points for this international break

Messi and Cristiano back with the NT

The two best players in the world have not featured for the national sides recently. In Messi's case, he took a break from Argentina after their 2018 World Cup disappointment. Cristiano, meanwhile, stayed away from Portugal's most recent fixtures coincided with the return of the rape allegations. Both are back for their countries, however, and ready to lit the international stage once more.

Here's why the return of CR7 and Leo matters

Cristiano Ronaldo, Lionel Messi, Portugal, Argentina, International Break

Aubameyang's retirement fiasco

After hinting at an international retirement and failing to show up for Gabon, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has answered the call-up for the current international break. However, the Arsenal star has hinted at hanging up his boots amid criticism of the Gabonese FA. Could taking his country into the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations be his final mission?

Germany begins life without the exiled Muller, Boateng, and Hummels

Joachim Low announced not too long ago that three of Germany's senior figures; Thomas Muller, Jerome Boateng, and Mats Hummels; will no longer be considered for selection. Despite being three crucial figures in die Mannschaft's 2014 World Cup success, the manager is ready to inject youth into his squad after their atrocious title defense. Life without the trio begins now.

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