Lots of games to keep an eye on tonight, here’s what I’ll be watching:
- USWNT vs. France, 4:00 p.m., NBCSN: The second game of the Olympics should be a much tougher test for the U.S. against the up and coming French.
- Cruz Azul vs. Xolos, 6:00 p.m., Univision Deportes: Atlanta United’s Hector Villalba made the trip with Tijuana to Mexico City for tonight’s match against Cruz Azul, so you would expect he is at least in the 18.
- Colorado vs. Vancouver, 9:00 p.m., MLS Live: I’ll be keeping an eye on all of tonight’s MLS matches, but this one is the most intriguing. Vancouver is playing their third straight game on the road and desperately need points to secure their playoff positioning with Portland on the heels. Colorado will be trying to bounce back from their worst loss of the season, a 5-1 drubbing at NYCFC.
I’ll miss the International Champions Cup match at Wembley between Liverpool and Barcelona, that one kicks off at noon on ESPN.
Let us know what you’ll be watching in the comments with your thoughts and predictions.
The U.S. Women’s National Team faces its toughest test of the Olympics group stage, playing France today at 4:00 p.m. Eastern (Stars and Stripes FC)
Scoreless draw at Avaya Stadium between San Jose and New York City FC (MLS)
Seattle’s U16 team wins a trophy in an international tournament in Sheffield, England (Sounder at Heart)
Becks still has it? (MLS)
What to expect from the Eastern Conference matchup between Philadelphia and DC United tonight (Black and Red United)
Rayo OKC is having a solid debut season in the NASL on the field, but have fallen apart off the field (The Oklahoman)
Could John Brooks leave Hertha Berlin after their Europa League elimination? (Stars and Stripes FC)
Even though Atlanta United’s Chris McCann is suspended for Coventry City’s opening match in League One today, follow along with all the action to get to know his Sky Blues better (Coventry Telegraph)
Once rumored to be headed to Atlanta, Andres Guardado prepares to defend the Eredivisie title with PSV (FMF State of Mind)
Rangers is back in the Scottish top flight starting today after being placed in the fourth tier in 2012 following liquidation (BBC)
Hull City is still without a manager, and Chris Coleman is looking less likely by the day (Telegraph)
Falcons sign veteran WR Lance Moore (The Falcoholic)
Down on the farm, the future of the Braves is looking good (Talking Chop)