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Euro and Copa America 2020 open thread

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The final spots in the knockout stages are up for grabs.

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Spain v Poland - UEFA Euro 2020: Group E Photo by Foto Olimpik/NurPhoto via Getty Images

Get your Euro fix today because we’ve got a two-day break until the knockout rounds start on Saturday. Don’t worry, there are four matches to slake whatever hunger you may have. There’s also Copa America today and tomorrow to help tide you over, and plenty of non-soccer too, including the U.S. Olympic Trials and the NBA and NHL playoffs.

Yesterday, Bukayo Saka put in a brilliant, Man of the Match performance to lead England to a 1-0 win over the Czech Republic. The Arsenal man single-handedly solved the Three Lions’ ball progression problems and likely earned himself another start. In the other match, Croatia’s “old guard” of Luka Modric and Ivan Perisic stepped up to help down Scotland 3-1. I can’t say I’m too disappointed that the often injured Kieran Tierney will get a bit more time off than expected this summer.

Today’s Matches:

Slovakia vs. Spain, 12 pm ET, ESPN
Sweden vs. Poland, 12 pm ET, ESPN2
Portugal vs. France, 3 pm ET, ESPN
Germany vs. Hungary, 3 pm ET, ESPN2

Ecuador vs. Peru, 5 pm ET FS1
Brazil vs. Colombia, 8 pm ET FS1

The Euro 2020 matches will be streamed stateside on ESPN+ and FuboTV. The Copa America matches are on Fox Sports Live and FuboTV.

As always, check LiveSoccerTV.com for all your outside-the-U.S. viewing needs, and please do not discuss or share links to illegal streams here.

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