What 2 Watch – 7/20/17 – ICC, Gold Cup, Europa League, UEFA Women’s Euro

July 20th sees the continuation of various tournaments and competitions taking place this summer, so we are going to dive right into it.

Be sure to stay tuned to our Twitter (@wft_podcast) for live commentary, thoughts and analysis on tons of games throughout the season.

*All times Eastern Standard Time

All Day – UEFA Europa League Second Qualifying Round Second Legs – Various Teams

This is one matchup that doesn’t actively serve any specific demographic or region. All of the ties are available on different television and streaming providers based on the teams involved, and there are a lot of them. The biggest name involved in this stage is a now-Sneijder-less Galatasaray and they struggled in their first leg. There’s an entire list to be sorted through, so get on it now!

12:00 p.m. and 2:45 p.m. – UEFA Women’s European Championship Group A Day 2 – Norway vs Belgium and Netherlands vs Denmark – Rat Verlegh Stadion, Breda and Sparta Stadion Het Kasteel, Rotterdam

After the Netherlands and Denmark won their opening games, the two will face off in a potential group decider in Rotterdam. In the other game, Norway and Belgium will look to salvage their tournament in Breda. These games have been drawing large crowds and are a fun watch.

7:30 p.m. – Jamaica vs Canada – CONCACAF Gold Cup Quarterfinal – University of Phoenix Stadium, Glendale

The third quarterfinal of the competition will see the two countries fight for who plays Mexico or Honduras at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena. Both teams will be looking to make a big statement within the confederation.

10:00 p.m. – Manchester United vs Manchester City – International Champions Cup USA – NRG Stadium, Houston

It’s the Manchester Derby. Well, not quite. Yes, it’s a glorified friendly. However, the two teams will look to keep momentum going as the start of the Premier League season draws closer.

10:30 p.m. – Mexico vs Honduras – CONCACAF Gold Cup Quarterfinal – University of Phoenix Stadium, Glendale

Juan Carlos Osorio’s men have been rather disappointing so far this tournament and they have to avoid a disastrous result versus Honduras or else Osorio’s job could be in serious trouble. The table has been set for the United States and Mexico to meet in the final, but both nations are doing their best to prevent it it seems.

 

 

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