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June 26-27 games to watch featuring Brazil vs Paraguay, Norway WNT vs England WNT

June 25, 2019 By Ali M.
Clashes from the Africa Cup of Nations, Copa America quarter-finals, and FIFA Women's World Cup last eight comprise our list of must-watch games.

What to watch on Wednesday, June 26, 2019

Nigeria vs Guinea at 10:30 ET/14:30 GMT

Broadcast listings: Fanatiz USA and beIN Sports in the USA; EuroSport in the UK; beIN Sports in Canada; Kayo Sports and beIN Sports in Australia; Canal+ Sport 1 Afrique in Nigeria and Guinea

Preview: Nigeria were made to work hard in their opening game despite facing Burundi, having to wait until the 77th minute to break the deadlock. Guinea should be a tougher opposition but with a two-point lead over their opposition, the Super Eagles should be comfortable.

Egypt vs Congo DR at 16:00 ET/20:00 GMT

Broadcast listings: Fanatiz USA and beIN Sports in the USA; EuroSport in the UK; beIN Sport in Canada; Kayo Sports and beIN Sports in Australia; 

Preview: Congo DR's campaign did not begin well. Despite being one of the favorites to progress, they fell to a 2-0 defeat to Uganda in their opening game and now sit dead last in Group A. Egypt, led by Liverpool superstar Mohamed Salah, should be a tougher test and a defeat to the Pharaohs would all but eliminate them from the competition.

What to watch on Wednesday, June 27, 2019

Senegal vs Algeria at 13:00 ET/17:00 GMT

Broadcast listings: Fanatiz USA and beIN Sports in the USA; EuroSport in the UK; beIN Sports in Canada; Kayo Sports and beIN Sports in Australia; Canal+ Sport 1 Afrique in Senegal; beIN Sports in Algeria

Preview: Both sides began their campaign with 2-0 wins and are thus tied at the top. As a result, this could be the game to decide who will win the group. Will Mane and Co. come out on top or will Mahrez lead his nation to victory over the Lions of Teranga? Tune in to find out.

Germany U21 vs Romania U21 at 12:00 ET/16:00 GMT

Broadcast listings: Univision Deportes and ESPNU in the USA; Sky Sports in the UK; ORF Sport Plus and Sport1 in Germany; TVR in Romania

Spain U21 vs France U21 at 15:00 ET/19:00 GMT

Broadcast listings: Univision Deportes and ESPNU in the USA; Sky Sports in the UK; MiTele En Vivo and Cuatro in Spain; beIN SPORTS CONNECT in France

Preview: The penultimate stage of the Euro U21 Championship begins on Thursday. Germany kick things off with their semi-final showdown with Romania before Spain take on France in the last four later that same day. Romania have been the surprise package, finishing ahead of France, England, and Croatia in the group stage. Spain, meanwhile, are looking to make a fourth final in the last five tournaments, will take on France.

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

Broadcast listings: NBC Sports Live Extra App, UNIVERSO, FOX Network, and Telemundo Deportes En Vivo in the USA; BBC in the UK; TSN and RDS in Canada; SBS and Optus Sport in Australia; TV2 Sumo and TV 2 Norway in Norway

Preview: The FIFA Women's World Cup quarter-finals kick off with this banger. England, one of the competition's favorites, take on a Norway side that dumped Canada out of the competition. The Three Lionesses head into this showdown on the back of their dramatic 3-0 win over Cameroon. Phil Neville is still waiting on the fitness of captain Steph Houghton who picked up a knock in the round of 16 triumph.

Brazil vs Paraguay at 20:30 ET/00:30 GMT

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

Preview: The quarter-final round in Copa America kicks off on Thursday with a game featuring none other than the hosts. Brazil will lock horns with Paraguay in what should be a straight-forward win for the Selecao. However, should there be a repeat of their performance against Venezuela, then Tite's men could be in for trouble.

Today's top headlines

Neymar has verbal agreement with Barca

According to Sport, Neymar has reached a verbal agreement with Barcelona in an attempt to return to Camp Nou. The Brazilian will take a pay cut as he yearns for a reunion with Messi and Co. but no deal has been struck with his club PSG yet.

Neymar agrees to pay cut to force Barca return

Neymar, Barcelona, PSG, La Liga

Chelsea begin negotiations with Lampard

Chelsea are in search of a new manager and all roads point to Frank Lampard. His current club Derby revealed that negotiations with the Blues have begun ahead of his imminent return to Stamford Bridge.

Frank Lampard, Derby, Chelsea, English Premier League

 

 


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