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International weekend: how to watch, who to watch

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A lot of Arsenal players are playing this weekend.

he looks like he just ate something sour
he looks like he just ate something sour
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The season's just barely gotten started, so of course it's time for an international break! Neat! Anyway, Euro 2016 qualifying continues this weekend, and there's also some World Cup qualifying action as well. What games should you pay attention to?

First of all, Gedion Zelalem's playing a watchable game - not a qualifier, but his US Men's U-23 team takes on England's U-21 team today, and it'll be streamed on ESPN3.com at 11.40AM PT/2.40 ET. EDIT: Zelalem is out for this match. It's still available to watch, but he won't be there.

Let's go down part of the rest of the list!

- France, with Olivier Giroud, Laurent Koscielny, and Mathieu Debuchy, play Portugal tomorrow and Serbia on Monday
- England, with Kieran Gibbs, Ox, and Theo Walcott, play San Marino Saturday and Switzerland on Tuesday
- Germany, with Mesut Özil, play Poland Friday and Scotland on Monday
- Wales, with Aaron Ramsey, play Cyprus Thursday and Israel Sunday
- Spain, with Santi Cazorla, play Slovakia Saturday and Macedonia on Tuesday
- Czech Republic, with Petr Cech, play Kazakhstan Thursday and Latvia on Sunday
- Brazil, with Gabriel, will play Costa Rica on Saturday and USA on Tuesday
- Costa Rica, with Joel Campbell, will play Brazil on Saturday and Uruguay on Tuesday

A complete rundown of players playing and who their teams are playing, and in what competition, can be found here, and worldwide broadcast information for all these games can be found here.