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Saturday Cannon Fodder: talk sports amongst yourselves

There’s a ton to watch today!

2020 US Open - Day 6 Photo by Al Bello/Getty Images

Cannon Fodder, like me, slept in today. But don’t worry, there is still a fantastic slate of sports for y’all to watch and discuss here. Here’s an abridged list of what to watch today. We’ll have coverage of the Arsenal Women against Reading tomorrow.


Iceland v. England - UEFA Nations League, 12 PM ET on ABC
Portugal v. Croatia - UEFA Nations League, 2:45 PM ET on ABC
Denmark v. Belgium - UEFA Nations League, 2:45 PM ET on ESPN+
Sweden v. France - UEFA Nations League, 2:45 PM ET on ESPN+

Washington Spirit v. Sky Blue FC - NWSL, 1 PM ET on CBS

Orlando City v. Atlanta United - MLS, 8 PM ET on FOX
There’s three other MLS games tonight, all on ESPN+.


Islanders v. Flyers, Game 7 - 7:30 PM ET on NBC
Nothing like an NHL G7. Sidenote: I don’t like either of these teams. At all. I’m rooting for an unfixable power outage at the rink.


The US Open is into the third round, and while the fan-less Arthur Ashe Stadium has taken some getting used to, the tennis itself has been great. Tsitsipas-Coric last night was an great match that saw world #6 Tsitsipas blow a massive lead and eventually lose in a 5th set tiebreak.

Sloane Stephens v. Serena Williams - 2 PM ET on ESPN2
Oris Jabeur v. Sofia Kenin - 5:30 PM ET on ESPN 2
Madison Keys v. Alize Cornet - 7:00 PM ET on ESPN 2

Jeffrey John Wolf v. Daniil Medvedev - 12 PM ET on ESPN2
Marton Fucsovics v. Francis Tiafoe - 2:15 PM ET on ESPN2
Marin Cilic v. Dominic Thiem - 8:15 PM ET on ESPN2

There are several other tennis matches on today as well, all can be found on ESPN+.


Fedex Cup Championship, Day 2 - 1 PM ET on Golf Channel

Dustin Johnson and Jon Rahm are tied atop the staggered score leaderboard (staggered based on points accumulated over the season) heading into the day with Justin Thomas and Rory McIlroy very much in contention.


There are baseball games on today.

Enjoy your sports-filled Saturday!