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Qatar vs Argentina, France vs Brazil feature in top nine matches to watch on June 21-23, 2019

June 21, 2019 By Ali M.
Nine games comprise our list of must-watch games from Friday to Sunday, including the final Copa America group-stage games, the Women's World Cup round of 16, and the AFCON 2019 opening game.

What to watch on Friday, June 21, 2019

Egypt vs Zimbabwe at 16:00 ET/20:00 GMT

Broadcast listings: beIN Sports and Fanatiz USA in the USA; Eurosport in the UK; DAZN and beIN Sports in Canada; Kayo Sports and beIN Sports in Australia; SuperSport in Zimbabwe

Preview: The 2019 Africa Cup of Nations kicks off on Friday with Egypt locking horns with Zimbabwe. The hosts are one of the favorites and will be on the hunt for a record-extending eighth title when their campaign commences. Salah will be the star name for the Pharaohs, as he aims to follow up on his Champions League success by lifting this continental trophy.

Ecuador vs Chile at 19:00 ET/23:00 GMT

Broadcast listings: ESPN+, NBC Sports Live Extra App, and Telemundo in the USA; Premier Sports in the UK; TSN in Canada; beIN Sports and Kayo Sports in Australia; Canal del Futbol, DIRECTV, and Teleamazonas in Ecuador; Canal 13, TVN, DIRECTV, and CDF HD in Chile

Preview: The defending champions return to action on Friday and after their 4-0 win over Japan, they will face a tougher test in the form of Ecuador. Chile will want to make it two wins out of two but La Tricolor should make things difficult for Alexis Sanchez and Co.

What to watch on Saturday, June 22, 2019

Germany vs Nigeria at 11:30 ET/15:30 GMT

Broadcast listings: Fox Sports 1, NBC Sports Live Extra App, and Telemundo in the USA; BBC in the UK; TSN and RDS in Canada; Optus Sport in Australia; ORF Sport Plus in Germany

Preview: The 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup round of 16 begins on Saturday with Germany's showdown against Nigeria. Die Nationalelf are one of the favorites, emerging from the group stage with a perfect record. Their opponent, meanwhile, only qualified for the knockout round as one of the four best third-placed nations. Expect the European giant to progress to the quarter-finals.

Norway vs Australia at 15:00 ET/19:00 GMT

Broadcast listings: FOX Network, Telemundo Deportes En Vivo, and NBC Sports Live Extra App in the USA; BBC in the UK; TSN and RDS GO in Canada; Optus Sport and SBS in Australia; NRK2 and NRK Live in Norway

Preview: Norway might be without Ballon d'Or winner Ada Hegerberg, but the Scandinavian women's national team still poses a threat to Australia in this round of 16 showdown. Gresshoppene have not been the best attacking side, scoring only one of their six goals from open play. However, they have shown that they don't need to dominate in order to get the desired result. Expect them to hit the Matildas on the transition, as Italy did in the group stage.

Peru vs Brazil at 15:00 ET/19:00 GMT

Broadcast listings: ESPN+, NBC Sports Live Extra App, Globo TV Internacional, and Telemundo in the USA; Premier Sports in the UK; TSN GO in Canada; beIN Sports and Kayo Sports in Australia; DIRECTV and América TVGO in Peru; Globo and SporTV in Brazil

Preview: This game will be crucial at it will decide who wins Group A in Copa America 2019. Brazil's goalless draw with Venezuela allowed Peru to move level on points with the Selecao. The hosts boast a superior goal difference which means a draw would play in their favor, but should La Blanquirroja triumph, Coutinho and Co. could even drop to third as Venezuela are on two points and can leapfrog them with a win.

USA vs Trinidad and Tobago at 20:00 ET/00:00 GMT

Broadcast listings: Fox Sports 1 and Univision in the USA: FreeSports TV UK in the UK; TSN in Canada

Preview: This should be an interesting Gold Cup clash. While Trinidad and Tobago sit in third in the standings compared to USA's number one spot, they are the nation that denied the Stars and Stripes a spot in the 2018 FIFA World Cup. For Pulisic and Co, a shot at revenge is up for grabs. Will they tear apart the Caribbean nation or suffer another shock defeat? Tune in to find out.

What to watch on Sunday, June 23, 2019

France vs Brazil at 15:00 ET/19:00 GMT

Broadcast listings: FOX Network, Telemundo, and NBC Sports Live Extra App in the USA; BBC in the UK; TSN and RDS GO in Canada; Optus Sport in Australia; Canal+ Sport and TF1 in France; SporTV in Brazil

Preview: This should be an exciting FIFA Women's World Cup round of 16 clash. France, the hosts, will lock horns with Brazil, lead by the legendary Marta. Les Bleus will have the crowd behind them due to their home advantage while As Canarinhas bounced back with a win over Italy in their most recent game. Do not miss this encounter!

Qatar vs Argentina at 15:00 ET/19:00 GMT

Broadcast listings: Telemundo, NBC Sports Live Extra App, and ESPN+ in the USA; Premier Sports in the UK; TSN in Canada; beIN Sports and Kayo Sports in Australia; beIN Sports in Qatar; DIRECTV, TyC Sports, and Canal 7 TV Publica in Argentina

Preview: All eyes will be on Argentina as they take on Qatar in a do-or-die game. Victory should be enough to secure progression for La Albiceleste, but after their abysmal displays against Colombia and Paraguay, the odds of them suffering an embarrassment against Qatar are high. Messi opened his goalscoring account in their recent 1-1 draw but even he was not enough to solve Argentina's tactical disasterclass. Al-Annabi can also progress, as they boast one point and sit ahead of Leo and Co. All of this should make for an interesting 90 minutes.

Colombia vs Paraguay at 15:00 ET/19:00 GMT

Broadcast listings: NBC Sports Live Extra App, UNIVERSO, Globo TV Internacional, ESPN+, and Telemundo Deportes En Vivo in the USA; Premier Sports in the UK; TSN GO in Canada; beIN Sports and Kayo Sports in Australia; Caracol and DIRECTV in Colombia; Tigo Sports Paraguay in Paraguay

Preview: Colombia's progression was secured after their win over Qatar but Paraguay's fate remains undecided. They boast two points and would go through with a win. Unfortunately, their final game comes against Los Cafeteros, which makes them the underdog. Queiroz might rest his key players ahead of the knockout stage, a move which might hand Los Guaraníes La Albirroja hope.

Today's big headlines

Torres announces his retirement

After a glorious 18-year career, Fernando Torres announced that he will be retiring from football. The once unstoppable Spaniard will bow out from the beautiful game having won the FIFA World Cup, the Champions League, the Europa League, and two European Championships.

Torres draws the curtains on an 18-year trophy-laden career

Fernando Torres, Retirement, Atletico, Chelsea, Liverpool, Barcelona

Llorente trades Real Madrid for Atletico

In a move that little saw coming, Marcos Llorente left Real Madrid for city rivals Atletico in a five-year deal. Interestingly, the player's father and grandfather also played for the two Madrid giants.

Llorente leaves Real Madrid for Atletico

 Marcos Llorente, Atletico Madrid, Real Madrid, La Liga

 

 


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