76ers vs Magic

76ers vs Magic: 76ers vs Magic  Live Stream Online NBA Game 2019 Free TV Coverage, It’s safe to say that the NBA has been buzzing since it was announced that the Philadelphia 76ers were finalizing a trade to acquire Jimmy Butler. Now that the deal is official, Butler is set to make his Philadelphia debut alongside Joel Embiid and Ben Simmons. On the other hand, the Magic are attempting to rebound from a narrow loss to the Washington Wizards and will look to spoil Butler’s moment.

A third straight NBA championship and fourth in five years was not in the works for the Warriors. Instead, they saw their dynasty crumble in the most painful way possible as injuries knocked Klay Thompson and Kevin Durant out in The Finals. Until those players fell to the floor, the Warriors were well equipped to keep the champagne flowing.

Stephen Curry was once again a stellar offensive force. Thompson recovered from a slow start to round into typical form. Durant once again demonstrated why many believe he is the game’s greatest player. A mix of superstars, supporting cast, coaching and championship experience made the Warriors the strong Finals favorite no matter what team emerged from the East. It was also a bittersweet time for the franchise, which played for the final time in Oakland at Oracle Arena.

As it were, drastic change beckoned as summer approached. A new arena (the Chase Center) called the Warriors’ name, but unfortunately, Durant did not when he became a free agent. The Warriors, as we once knew them, were finished in multiple ways.

China has gone from basketball-mad to mad over basketball.

But is all this anger coming from the common man or the communist government?

It’s complicated.

“It’s a crazy time,” one 30-something told the Post. “It’s so complicated. Very, very complicated.”

With undertones that are both social and political, Hong Kong’s relationship with mainland China was complex even before the protests started, and long before Houston Rockets GM Daryl Morey started an international incident with his tweet backing the pro-democracy protesters.

The tweet left many in China vexed, but NBA commissioner Adam Silver’s support of Morey’s right to free speech — if not the message — left the communist government downright irate.
“It’s complicated,” a restaurant worker in the Bund area said, adding in quiet conspiratorial tones, “Politicians are always dirty. I don’t want to talk too much, but it’s always about politicians.”

The Post found differing degrees of anger over Morey’s tweet. One local said the Chinese want an apology, not Morey to be fired.

“That’s what we want. Well, that’s what our government wants. Quit or not quit, that’s not our business. They just want him to apologize,” said a local calling himself Peng.

We don’t need your support. (Don’t) support the mad people . . . He’s never been to Hong Kong to see how crazy they are. They damage bank machines, the bus, take rocks to the police station.”

The Post spoke with one Hong Kong resident in the Pudong neighborhood, a U.S.-raised 30-something. She rued the fact that the government shut down the Nets and Lakers public appearances — the teams were in China for a week and played two preseason games on Thursday and Saturday — and said the fans are the ones caught in the middle.

“It’s a shame. They just want to see basketball. Some people are (mad), but it’s mostly just the government.”

The NBA banners that adorned the streets are now gone. Chinese TV cancelled broadcasts and sponsors jumped ship to the extent some NBA teams are bracing for next year’s salary cap to drop 10-to-15% from lost revenue, according to Yahoo.

While Taiwanese-born Nets owner Joe Tsai’s stance on the issue has left fans forgiving of his team, at the NBA Style shop near Jing’an Temple in the Puxi neighborhood, Houston Rockets gear had all been plucked off the shelves and tossed in a heap on the floor.

One basketball-loving local’s eyes widened when approached by The Post’s Nets beat writer.

“If this situation happened last season you’d have Jeremy Lin; but he left the NBA and came to the CBA. In time you calm down each part, your part, our government, then recover before next season,” he said, before laughing “then you get [Nets player Kevin] Durant back.

“Brooklyn still will have good relationship with China because of Joe’s statement. So we will still love and happy to see Brooklyn on TV — if we can still see any game on TV.”

When The Post approached a fan near the NBA Style shop wearing a Stephon Marbury shirt, he waved him off and hurried away briskly. And fans that had lined up at the team hotel covered their faces whenever cameras were around, afraid to be seen supporting the NBA.

“It’s not that the police will arrest them. But if their face gets shared on social media people will attack them — and it will get shared,” the restaurant worker told the Post.

“On Weibo [a local social media platform] Chinese people if you say I watched LeBron James last night, I watched Kyrie Irving, so many people will attack you. Why you go do that, what’s wrong with you? Are you coward? If you like the American basketball why you don’t immigrate to the America?”

That kind of discord has become common, with some taking grievous offense and others just wanting to watch their team play.

“I cut off all ties with my father after he said that he would continue to support the Houston Rockets,” one ranted on sports forum Hupu, according to the South China Morning Post. “The national interest is much more important than family relationships.”This is quite the accomplishment for a team that hadn’t won more than 45 games since the 2009-10 campaign.

With the best shooting backcourt tandem in the NBA, combined with having one of the most prolific scorers on the roster in Kevin Durant, it wasn’t a surprise to many that the Golden State Warriors advanced to their fifth consecutive NBA Finals, becoming just the second team in history to pull off such a feat.

The surprise factor had to do with the Dubs losing the series in six games thanks to injuries to both Kevin Durant and Klay Thompson.

So, while most of the sports world expected the Warriors to claim their fourth title in five years, it is easy to see to how unforeseen circumstances can change things a bit. Having said that, here’s a look at a few bold predictions for the upcoming 2019-20 NBA season.

Bulls vs Raptors

Bulls vs Raptors: Bulls vs Raptors Live Stream, Online NBA Game 2019 Free TV Coverage, This time the Toronto Raptors will be the visitors when they play the Chicago Bulls on Saturday for the second time in five days.The Raptors scored an easy 112-103 home win over the injury-depleted Bulls on Tuesday. It is the eighth straight time the Raptors have defeated the Bulls and they will be going for a sweep of the four-game season series.

The Bulls followed their defeat in Toronto with a 118-98 home loss to the Portland Trail Blazers on Wednesday.

A third straight NBA championship and fourth in five years was not in the works for the Warriors. Instead, they saw their dynasty crumble in the most painful way possible as injuries knocked Klay Thompson and Kevin Durant out in The Finals. Until those players fell to the floor, the Warriors were well equipped to keep the champagne flowing.

Stephen Curry was once again a stellar offensive force. Thompson recovered from a slow start to round into typical form. Durant once again demonstrated why many believe he is the game’s greatest player. A mix of superstars, supporting cast, coaching and championship experience made the Warriors the strong Finals favorite no matter what team emerged from the East. It was also a bittersweet time for the franchise, which played for the final time in Oakland at Oracle Arena.

As it were, drastic change beckoned as summer approached. A new arena (the Chase Center) called the Warriors’ name, but unfortunately, Durant did not when he became a free agent. The Warriors, as we once knew them, were finished in multiple ways.

China has gone from basketball-mad to mad over basketball.

But is all this anger coming from the common man or the communist government?

It’s complicated.

“It’s a crazy time,” one 30-something told the Post. “It’s so complicated. Very, very complicated.”

With undertones that are both social and political, Hong Kong’s relationship with mainland China was complex even before the protests started, and long before Houston Rockets GM Daryl Morey started an international incident with his tweet backing the pro-democracy protesters.

The tweet left many in China vexed, but NBA commissioner Adam Silver’s support of Morey’s right to free speech — if not the message — left the communist government downright irate.
“It’s complicated,” a restaurant worker in the Bund area said, adding in quiet conspiratorial tones, “Politicians are always dirty. I don’t want to talk too much, but it’s always about politicians.”

The Post found differing degrees of anger over Morey’s tweet. One local said the Chinese want an apology, not Morey to be fired.

“That’s what we want. Well, that’s what our government wants. Quit or not quit, that’s not our business. They just want him to apologize,” said a local calling himself Peng.

We don’t need your support. (Don’t) support the mad people . . . He’s never been to Hong Kong to see how crazy they are. They damage bank machines, the bus, take rocks to the police station.”

The Post spoke with one Hong Kong resident in the Pudong neighborhood, a U.S.-raised 30-something. She rued the fact that the government shut down the Nets and Lakers public appearances — the teams were in China for a week and played two preseason games on Thursday and Saturday — and said the fans are the ones caught in the middle.

“It’s a shame. They just want to see basketball. Some people are (mad), but it’s mostly just the government.”

The NBA banners that adorned the streets are now gone. Chinese TV cancelled broadcasts and sponsors jumped ship to the extent some NBA teams are bracing for next year’s salary cap to drop 10-to-15% from lost revenue, according to Yahoo.

While Taiwanese-born Nets owner Joe Tsai’s stance on the issue has left fans forgiving of his team, at the NBA Style shop near Jing’an Temple in the Puxi neighborhood, Houston Rockets gear had all been plucked off the shelves and tossed in a heap on the floor.

One basketball-loving local’s eyes widened when approached by The Post’s Nets beat writer.

“If this situation happened last season you’d have Jeremy Lin; but he left the NBA and came to the CBA. In time you calm down each part, your part, our government, then recover before next season,” he said, before laughing “then you get [Nets player Kevin] Durant back.

“Brooklyn still will have good relationship with China because of Joe’s statement. So we will still love and happy to see Brooklyn on TV — if we can still see any game on TV.”

When The Post approached a fan near the NBA Style shop wearing a Stephon Marbury shirt, he waved him off and hurried away briskly. And fans that had lined up at the team hotel covered their faces whenever cameras were around, afraid to be seen supporting the NBA.

“It’s not that the police will arrest them. But if their face gets shared on social media people will attack them — and it will get shared,” the restaurant worker told the Post.

“On Weibo [a local social media platform] Chinese people if you say I watched LeBron James last night, I watched Kyrie Irving, so many people will attack you. Why you go do that, what’s wrong with you? Are you coward? If you like the American basketball why you don’t immigrate to the America?”

That kind of discord has become common, with some taking grievous offense and others just wanting to watch their team play.

“I cut off all ties with my father after he said that he would continue to support the Houston Rockets,” one ranted on sports forum Hupu, according to the South China Morning Post. “The national interest is much more important than family relationships.”This is quite the accomplishment for a team that hadn’t won more than 45 games since the 2009-10 campaign.

With the best shooting backcourt tandem in the NBA, combined with having one of the most prolific scorers on the roster in Kevin Durant, it wasn’t a surprise to many that the Golden State Warriors advanced to their fifth consecutive NBA Finals, becoming just the second team in history to pull off such a feat.

The surprise factor had to do with the Dubs losing the series in six games thanks to injuries to both Kevin Durant and Klay Thompson.

So, while most of the sports world expected the Warriors to claim their fourth title in five years, it is easy to see to how unforeseen circumstances can change things a bit. Having said that, here’s a look at a few bold predictions for the upcoming 2019-20 NBA season.

Army Ten Miler 2019 Live

Army Ten Miler 2019 Live: Army Ten Miler 2019 Live Stream Watch Online Free. The annual Army Ten-Miler will bring 35,000 runners and thousands more spectators to the Washington region on Sunday, closing streets and disrupting traffic, parking and transit Army Ten Miler Live across parts of the District and Northern Virginia.The race, which TV Channel starts at 8 a.m., begins and ends at the Pentagon, and the course will take runners through a large swath of the region throughout the morning and early afternoon.

Runners will trek from the Pentagon toward the District via Route 110, passing Arlington National Cemetery and crossing the Francis Scott Key Memorial Bridge into Georgetown. There they will head east, passing parts of Foggy Bottom and entering the Mall area before crossing the Potomac again via the Interstate 395 HOV lanes to the finish line at the Pentagon.

Some of the street closures will begin as early as 5:30 a.m., and residents and visitors should also anticipate parking restrictions along the route. The entire stretch of Route 110, which runs from Rosslyn to Crystal City, will be closed from 5:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. There will also be shorter-term rolling closures in effect along the course from about 7:30 a.m. until 11:30 a.m.

This map will help you explore the 35th Army Ten-Miler. Keep reading for information on Metro and a list of the street closures.If you are planning to drive in Northern Virginia or the District on Sunday morning, consider avoiding the area.

The good news is Metro will be opening an hour early, at 7 a.m., to accommodate race participants. There will be extra trains running on the Blue Line between Franconia-Springfield and Stadium-Armory from 7 a.m. until about 8:40 a.m. and from 11:15 a.m. to 12:50 p.m., Metro said.

The closest Metro station to the race starting point is the Pentagon station, which will be an “exit-only” station from 7 to 9 a.m. Metro officials are advising runners and spectators to use the Pentagon City station instead to avoid potential crowding at the Pentagon station.

Buses that usually travel to the Pentagon station will be redirected to Pentagon City from the start of service Sunday morning through 2 p.m. Find more details here about how to get there, parking, and taxi and ride-share drop-off locations.
The 35th Anniversary edition of Army Ten-Miler (ATM) is this Sunday, Oct. 13 at 8:00 a.m. EDT in Washington, DC. The 10-mile road race starts and finishes at the Pentagon, traversing a scenic course that takes the 35,000 runners through downtown Washington, D.C.

Race Weekend officially kicks off this Friday, Oct. 11 with the ATM Expo presented by Navy Federal Credit Union (NFCU), at the DC Armory (2001 E. Capitol St., SE), offering deals on clothing, shoes, accessories and other health and fitness items. All runners must collect their bib and race packet at packet pick-up which takes place during the ATM Expo. There is no packet pick-up on Sunday/race day.

Free and open to the public, the ATM Expo highlights include Interactive Military Displays, presented by the U.S. Army Special Operations Recruiting Battalion (SORB) booth and on the lawn outside of the DC Armory. SORB displays will feature the debut of ARMYCON’s live eSport gaming tournament, helicopters, 18-foot simulator trailer, Special Operations equipment and more. Open from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. on Oct. 11-12, the Expo is accessible by Metrorail, taking the Blue, Orange or Silver Line and exiting at the Stadium/Armory Station, or, by car, park for free in Lot 3 at the Armory. U.S. Military or Civilians with CAC/USID may access the Expo at 8:30 a.m. both days.

Registration is open for the Youth Run, a non-competitive 400m run for children ages 4 through 10. It takes place in the North Lot of the Pentagon, following the ATM, at 11:30 a.m., with children crossing the official ATM Finish Line. Cost is $15 per child and includes race bib, t-shirt and medal.

Brewers vs Nationals

Brewers vs Nationals: Brewers vs Nationals Live Stream Online NBA Game 2019 Free TV Coverage, The Brew Crew and the Nats will meet Tuesday in the nation’s capital for the National League Wild Card Game. It will be both team’s first time playing in the winner-take-all clash since it was introduced back in 2012. The victor will move on to play the reigning NL champion Los Angeles Dodgers in a five-game, divisional-round series beginning Thursday.

A third straight NBA championship and fourth in five years was not in the works for the Warriors. Instead, they saw their dynasty crumble in the most painful way possible as injuries knocked Klay Thompson and Kevin Durant out in The Finals. Until those players fell to the floor, the Warriors were well equipped to keep the champagne flowing.

Stephen Curry was once again a stellar offensive force. Thompson recovered from a slow start to round into typical form. Durant once again demonstrated why many believe he is the game’s greatest player. A mix of superstars, supporting cast, coaching and championship experience made the Warriors the strong Finals favorite no matter what team emerged from the East. It was also a bittersweet time for the franchise, which played for the final time in Oakland at Oracle Arena.

As it were, drastic change beckoned as summer approached. A new arena (the Chase Center) called the Warriors’ name, but unfortunately, Durant did not when he became a free agent. The Warriors, as we once knew them, were finished in multiple ways.

China has gone from basketball-mad to mad over basketball.

But is all this anger coming from the common man or the communist government?

It’s complicated.

“It’s a crazy time,” one 30-something told the Post. “It’s so complicated. Very, very complicated.”

With undertones that are both social and political, Hong Kong’s relationship with mainland China was complex even before the protests started, and long before Houston Rockets GM Daryl Morey started an international incident with his tweet backing the pro-democracy protesters.

The tweet left many in China vexed, but NBA commissioner Adam Silver’s support of Morey’s right to free speech — if not the message — left the communist government downright irate.
“It’s complicated,” a restaurant worker in the Bund area said, adding in quiet conspiratorial tones, “Politicians are always dirty. I don’t want to talk too much, but it’s always about politicians.”

The Post found differing degrees of anger over Morey’s tweet. One local said the Chinese want an apology, not Morey to be fired.

“That’s what we want. Well, that’s what our government wants. Quit or not quit, that’s not our business. They just want him to apologize,” said a local calling himself Peng.

We don’t need your support. (Don’t) support the mad people . . . He’s never been to Hong Kong to see how crazy they are. They damage bank machines, the bus, take rocks to the police station.”

The Post spoke with one Hong Kong resident in the Pudong neighborhood, a U.S.-raised 30-something. She rued the fact that the government shut down the Nets and Lakers public appearances — the teams were in China for a week and played two preseason games on Thursday and Saturday — and said the fans are the ones caught in the middle.

“It’s a shame. They just want to see basketball. Some people are (mad), but it’s mostly just the government.”

The NBA banners that adorned the streets are now gone. Chinese TV cancelled broadcasts and sponsors jumped ship to the extent some NBA teams are bracing for next year’s salary cap to drop 10-to-15% from lost revenue, according to Yahoo.

While Taiwanese-born Nets owner Joe Tsai’s stance on the issue has left fans forgiving of his team, at the NBA Style shop near Jing’an Temple in the Puxi neighborhood, Houston Rockets gear had all been plucked off the shelves and tossed in a heap on the floor.

One basketball-loving local’s eyes widened when approached by The Post’s Nets beat writer.

“If this situation happened last season you’d have Jeremy Lin; but he left the NBA and came to the CBA. In time you calm down each part, your part, our government, then recover before next season,” he said, before laughing “then you get [Nets player Kevin] Durant back.

“Brooklyn still will have good relationship with China because of Joe’s statement. So we will still love and happy to see Brooklyn on TV — if we can still see any game on TV.”

When The Post approached a fan near the NBA Style shop wearing a Stephon Marbury shirt, he waved him off and hurried away briskly. And fans that had lined up at the team hotel covered their faces whenever cameras were around, afraid to be seen supporting the NBA.

“It’s not that the police will arrest them. But if their face gets shared on social media people will attack them — and it will get shared,” the restaurant worker told the Post.

“On Weibo [a local social media platform] Chinese people if you say I watched LeBron James last night, I watched Kyrie Irving, so many people will attack you. Why you go do that, what’s wrong with you? Are you coward? If you like the American basketball why you don’t immigrate to the America?”

That kind of discord has become common, with some taking grievous offense and others just wanting to watch their team play.

“I cut off all ties with my father after he said that he would continue to support the Houston Rockets,” one ranted on sports forum Hupu, according to the South China Morning Post. “The national interest is much more important than family relationships.”This is quite the accomplishment for a team that hadn’t won more than 45 games since the 2009-10 campaign.

With the best shooting backcourt tandem in the NBA, combined with having one of the most prolific scorers on the roster in Kevin Durant, it wasn’t a surprise to many that the Golden State Warriors advanced to their fifth consecutive NBA Finals, becoming just the second team in history to pull off such a feat.

The surprise factor had to do with the Dubs losing the series in six games thanks to injuries to both Kevin Durant and Klay Thompson.

So, while most of the sports world expected the Warriors to claim their fourth title in five years, it is easy to see to how unforeseen circumstances can change things a bit. Having said that, here’s a look at a few bold predictions for the upcoming 2019-20 NBA season.

Paraguay vs Slovakia Live

Paraguay vs Slovakia Live: Paraguay vs Slovakia Live Stream, How to Watch UEFA Euro 2020 Qualifying Game 2019 Watch Online, TV Channel, Times UEFA Euro 2020 qualifying continues during the international break. Here is a look at some of the world-class soccer you can watch while the club season is on hold. Numerous nations are assured of at least a playoff thanks to their performance in the UEFA Nations League, while others need better results into the second half of qualifying.

How to Watch Euro 2020 Qualifying
Match Team: Paraguay vs Slovakia
Date: Thurs. Oct. 13
TV Channel: TUDN
Live Stream: fuboTV (watch for free)

France, who plays Iceland Thursday afternoon, is in a tight race for one of the top two qualifying spots in Group H. The team’s 15 points through six matches is only good enough for second, as Turkey has the group lead through tiebreakers. Iceland is only three points behind Les Bleu and could throw a wrench into their plans of following up a World Cup triumph with a European championship. This match will have huge implications on the final group results.

Group D is wide open at the top with Denmark and Switzerland battling the Republic of Ireland for the two qualification spots. The Irish have a two-point lead at the top, with Denmark sitting in second. However, Switzerland is only one point behind in third and have an extra game to play. A win over the Danes for Switzerland Saturday afternoon in this one could very well seal their fate heading into the summer.La Roja is cruising in qualifying so far. They’ve opened up a seven-point gap atop Group F with a perfect 18 points out of a possible 18. Norway will attempt to ruin Spain’s perfect run Saturday afternoon and gain ground in the group. Norway is in fourth place with eight points.

The Germans find themselves atop Group C despite a loss to the Dutch in their last game. An up and down run of form since last summer’s World Cup has Jogi Loew’s side in a state of flux. However, a win against Estonia on Sunday afternoon should be nothing more than a formality. What’s more important for this Germany squad is finding the right mix of players to succeed in the long-term.Saturday, Oct. 12:

  • 9:00 a.m. ET – Kazakhstan vs. Belgium (TUDN)
  • Noon ET – Belarus vs. Netherlands (TUDN)
  • 2:30 p.m. ET – Estonia vs. Germany (TUDN)

Slovakia vs Paraguay Live

Slovakia vs Paraguay Live: Slovakia vs Paraguay Live Stream, How to Watch UEFA Euro 2020 Qualifying Game 2019 Watch Online, TV Channel, Times UEFA Euro 2020 qualifying continues during the international break. Here is a look at some of the world-class soccer you can watch while the club season is on hold. Numerous nations are assured of at least a playoff thanks to their performance in the UEFA Nations League, while others need better results into the second half of qualifying.

How to Watch Euro 2020 Qualifying
Match Team: Slovakia vs Paraguay
Date: Thurs. Oct. 13
TV Channel: TUDN
Live Stream: fuboTV (watch for free)

France, who plays Iceland Thursday afternoon, is in a tight race for one of the top two qualifying spots in Group H. The team’s 15 points through six matches is only good enough for second, as Turkey has the group lead through tiebreakers. Iceland is only three points behind Les Bleu and could throw a wrench into their plans of following up a World Cup triumph with a European championship. This match will have huge implications on the final group results.

Group D is wide open at the top with Denmark and Switzerland battling the Republic of Ireland for the two qualification spots. The Irish have a two-point lead at the top, with Denmark sitting in second. However, Switzerland is only one point behind in third and have an extra game to play. A win over the Danes for Switzerland Saturday afternoon in this one could very well seal their fate heading into the summer.La Roja is cruising in qualifying so far. They’ve opened up a seven-point gap atop Group F with a perfect 18 points out of a possible 18. Norway will attempt to ruin Spain’s perfect run Saturday afternoon and gain ground in the group. Norway is in fourth place with eight points.

The Germans find themselves atop Group C despite a loss to the Dutch in their last game. An up and down run of form since last summer’s World Cup has Jogi Loew’s side in a state of flux. However, a win against Estonia on Sunday afternoon should be nothing more than a formality. What’s more important for this Germany squad is finding the right mix of players to succeed in the long-term.Saturday, Oct. 12:

  • 9:00 a.m. ET – Kazakhstan vs. Belgium (TUDN)
  • Noon ET – Belarus vs. Netherlands (TUDN)
  • 2:30 p.m. ET – Estonia vs. Germany (TUDN)

Ecuador vs Argentina Live

Ecuador vs Argentina Live: Ecuador vs Argentina Live Stream, How to Watch UEFA Euro 2020 Qualifying Game 2019 Watch Online, TV Channel, Times UEFA Euro 2020 qualifying continues during the international break. Here is a look at some of the world-class soccer you can watch while the club season is on hold. Numerous nations are assured of at least a playoff thanks to their performance in the UEFA Nations League, while others need better results into the second half of qualifying.

How to Watch Euro 2020 Qualifying
Match Team: Ecuador vs Argentina
Date: Thurs. Oct. 13
TV Channel: TUDN
Live Stream: fuboTV (watch for free)

France, who plays Iceland Thursday afternoon, is in a tight race for one of the top two qualifying spots in Group H. The team’s 15 points through six matches is only good enough for second, as Turkey has the group lead through tiebreakers. Iceland is only three points behind Les Bleu and could throw a wrench into their plans of following up a World Cup triumph with a European championship. This match will have huge implications on the final group results.

Group D is wide open at the top with Denmark and Switzerland battling the Republic of Ireland for the two qualification spots. The Irish have a two-point lead at the top, with Denmark sitting in second. However, Switzerland is only one point behind in third and have an extra game to play. A win over the Danes for Switzerland Saturday afternoon in this one could very well seal their fate heading into the summer.La Roja is cruising in qualifying so far. They’ve opened up a seven-point gap atop Group F with a perfect 18 points out of a possible 18. Norway will attempt to ruin Spain’s perfect run Saturday afternoon and gain ground in the group. Norway is in fourth place with eight points.

The Germans find themselves atop Group C despite a loss to the Dutch in their last game. An up and down run of form since last summer’s World Cup has Jogi Loew’s side in a state of flux. However, a win against Estonia on Sunday afternoon should be nothing more than a formality. What’s more important for this Germany squad is finding the right mix of players to succeed in the long-term.Saturday, Oct. 12:

  • 9:00 a.m. ET – Kazakhstan vs. Belgium (TUDN)
  • Noon ET – Belarus vs. Netherlands (TUDN)
  • 2:30 p.m. ET – Estonia vs. Germany (TUDN)

Argentina vs Ecuador Live

Argentina vs Ecuador Live: Argentina vs Ecuador Live Stream, How to Watch UEFA Euro 2020 Qualifying Game 2019 Watch Online, TV Channel, Times UEFA Euro 2020 qualifying continues during the international break. Here is a look at some of the world-class soccer you can watch while the club season is on hold. Numerous nations are assured of at least a playoff thanks to their performance in the UEFA Nations League, while others need better results into the second half of qualifying.

How to Watch Euro 2020 Qualifying
Match Team: Argentina vs Ecuador
Date: Thurs. Oct. 13
TV Channel: TUDN
Live Stream: fuboTV (watch for free)

France, who plays Iceland Thursday afternoon, is in a tight race for one of the top two qualifying spots in Group H. The team’s 15 points through six matches is only good enough for second, as Turkey has the group lead through tiebreakers. Iceland is only three points behind Les Bleu and could throw a wrench into their plans of following up a World Cup triumph with a European championship. This match will have huge implications on the final group results.

Group D is wide open at the top with Denmark and Switzerland battling the Republic of Ireland for the two qualification spots. The Irish have a two-point lead at the top, with Denmark sitting in second. However, Switzerland is only one point behind in third and have an extra game to play. A win over the Danes for Switzerland Saturday afternoon in this one could very well seal their fate heading into the summer.La Roja is cruising in qualifying so far. They’ve opened up a seven-point gap atop Group F with a perfect 18 points out of a possible 18. Norway will attempt to ruin Spain’s perfect run Saturday afternoon and gain ground in the group. Norway is in fourth place with eight points.

The Germans find themselves atop Group C despite a loss to the Dutch in their last game. An up and down run of form since last summer’s World Cup has Jogi Loew’s side in a state of flux. However, a win against Estonia on Sunday afternoon should be nothing more than a formality. What’s more important for this Germany squad is finding the right mix of players to succeed in the long-term.Saturday, Oct. 12:

  • 9:00 a.m. ET – Kazakhstan vs. Belgium (TUDN)
  • Noon ET – Belarus vs. Netherlands (TUDN)
  • 2:30 p.m. ET – Estonia vs. Germany (TUDN)

Mali vs South Africa Live

Mali vs South Africa Live: Mali vs South Africa Live Stream, How to Watch UEFA Euro 2020 Qualifying Game 2019 Watch Online, TV Channel, Times UEFA Euro 2020 qualifying continues during the international break. Here is a look at some of the world-class soccer you can watch while the club season is on hold. Numerous nations are assured of at least a playoff thanks to their performance in the UEFA Nations League, while others need better results into the second half of qualifying.

How to Watch Euro 2020 Qualifying
Match Team: Mali vs South Africa
Date: Thurs. Oct. 13
TV Channel: TUDN
Live Stream: fuboTV (watch for free)

France, who plays Iceland Thursday afternoon, is in a tight race for one of the top two qualifying spots in Group H. The team’s 15 points through six matches is only good enough for second, as Turkey has the group lead through tiebreakers. Iceland is only three points behind Les Bleu and could throw a wrench into their plans of following up a World Cup triumph with a European championship. This match will have huge implications on the final group results.

Group D is wide open at the top with Denmark and Switzerland battling the Republic of Ireland for the two qualification spots. The Irish have a two-point lead at the top, with Denmark sitting in second. However, Switzerland is only one point behind in third and have an extra game to play. A win over the Danes for Switzerland Saturday afternoon in this one could very well seal their fate heading into the summer.La Roja is cruising in qualifying so far. They’ve opened up a seven-point gap atop Group F with a perfect 18 points out of a possible 18. Norway will attempt to ruin Spain’s perfect run Saturday afternoon and gain ground in the group. Norway is in fourth place with eight points.

The Germans find themselves atop Group C despite a loss to the Dutch in their last game. An up and down run of form since last summer’s World Cup has Jogi Loew’s side in a state of flux. However, a win against Estonia on Sunday afternoon should be nothing more than a formality. What’s more important for this Germany squad is finding the right mix of players to succeed in the long-term.Saturday, Oct. 12:

  • 9:00 a.m. ET – Kazakhstan vs. Belgium (TUDN)
  • Noon ET – Belarus vs. Netherlands (TUDN)
  • 2:30 p.m. ET – Estonia vs. Germany (TUDN)

South Africa vs Mali Live

South Africa vs Mali Live: South Africa vs Mali Live Stream, How to Watch UEFA Euro 2020 Qualifying Game 2019 Watch Online, TV Channel, Times UEFA Euro 2020 qualifying continues during the international break. Here is a look at some of the world-class soccer you can watch while the club season is on hold. Numerous nations are assured of at least a playoff thanks to their performance in the UEFA Nations League, while others need better results into the second half of qualifying.

How to Watch Euro 2020 Qualifying
Match Team: South Africa vs Mali
Date: Thurs. Oct. 13
TV Channel: TUDN
Live Stream: fuboTV (watch for free)

France, who plays Iceland Thursday afternoon, is in a tight race for one of the top two qualifying spots in Group H. The team’s 15 points through six matches is only good enough for second, as Turkey has the group lead through tiebreakers. Iceland is only three points behind Les Bleu and could throw a wrench into their plans of following up a World Cup triumph with a European championship. This match will have huge implications on the final group results.

Group D is wide open at the top with Denmark and Switzerland battling the Republic of Ireland for the two qualification spots. The Irish have a two-point lead at the top, with Denmark sitting in second. However, Switzerland is only one point behind in third and have an extra game to play. A win over the Danes for Switzerland Saturday afternoon in this one could very well seal their fate heading into the summer.La Roja is cruising in qualifying so far. They’ve opened up a seven-point gap atop Group F with a perfect 18 points out of a possible 18. Norway will attempt to ruin Spain’s perfect run Saturday afternoon and gain ground in the group. Norway is in fourth place with eight points.

The Germans find themselves atop Group C despite a loss to the Dutch in their last game. An up and down run of form since last summer’s World Cup has Jogi Loew’s side in a state of flux. However, a win against Estonia on Sunday afternoon should be nothing more than a formality. What’s more important for this Germany squad is finding the right mix of players to succeed in the long-term.Saturday, Oct. 12:

  • 9:00 a.m. ET – Kazakhstan vs. Belgium (TUDN)
  • Noon ET – Belarus vs. Netherlands (TUDN)
  • 2:30 p.m. ET – Estonia vs. Germany (TUDN)