World Football Update
Jon Forget
Nov 16th 2015
World Football Update

Feature Matches

We close the International window Tuesday, with a full day of International Friendlies, World Cup Qualifiers, and Euro 2016 Playoff matches! The action starts with two Euro 2016 Playoff matches between Denmark and Sweden & Slovenia and Ukraine. Sweden and Ukraine hold slight goal differential advantages going into the second leg, but both will be away for these fixtures. Despite the recent events in Paris, FIFA has decided to go ahead with the England v France Friendly at Wembley. The match will kick off at 1pm MST, and we will have this one featured at the Pub! A handful of South American and CONCACAF World Cup Qualifiers will feature starting Tuesday afternoon. Colombia face Argentina kicking off at 1:30pm, followed by Honduras v Mexico. Later in the day Uruguay take on Chile, and the USMNT face a tough test away to Trinidad & Tobago! The USA had a nice result on Friday, but this match will be no walk in the park, as evidenced by T & T's strong performance at last Summer's Gold Cup!

Saturday morning we kick things off early with Watford hosting Manchester United at 5:45am, followed by a handful of EPL fixtures at 8am. The highlight for Saturday's football line up is El Clasico, as Real Madrid and Barcelona meet for the first time this year in La Liga! Barca hold a three point advantage over their rivals in the standings, but may be heading into this one without the services of Lionel Messi! Anyway you slice it this is a must see clash between two of the best Clubs in the World! Simultaneous to the Clasico, Manchester City will be taking on Liverpool in the EPL. This is another great fixture, and we will have some space devoted to this match, with the bulk of the TV's devoted to the Clasico. Any overflow for the City v Liverpool clash can catch their match at our sister Pub Patrick Carroll's at 39th & Tennyson.

Sunday morning Tottenham take on West Ham in a London Derby, before our attention turns to MLS in the afternoon. The first leg of the Eastern Conference Finals kicks off at 3pm, with the Columbus Crew hosting the New York Red Bulls. This match will be followed directly by the first leg of the Western Conferemce Finals between the Portland Timbers and FC Dallas!

On the Horizon

Champions League and Europa League feature over the Thanksgiving week, with Club football, and MLS Playoffs highlighting the weekend!

This Week's Football

Monday November 16th
Ireland v Bosnia 12:45pm (Euro 2016 Playoff)
MNF 6:30pm (NFL)

Tuesday November 17th
Denmark v Sweden 12:45pm (Euro 2016 Playoff)
Slovenia v Ukraine 12:45pm (Euro 2016 Playoff)
England v France 1pm (International Friendly)
Colombia v Argentina 1:30pm (WCQ)
Honduras v Mexico 2pm (WCQ)
Uruguay v Chile 4pm (WCQ)
Trinidad & Tobago v USA 4:30pm (WCQ)
Brazil v Peru 6pm (WCQ joined in progress)
El Salvador v Canada 6:30pm (WCQ)

Thursday November 19th
Vasco de Gama v Corinthians 5pm (Brasiliero)
TNF 6:30pm (NFL)

Friday November 20th
Hamburg v Borussia Dortmund 12:30pm (Bundesliga)
Nice v Lyon 12:30pm (Ligue 1)
Middlesborough v Queens Park Rangers 12:45pm (Championship)

Saturday November 21st
Bristol City v Hull City 5:30am (Championship)
Watford v Manchester United 5:45am (EPL)
West Brom v Arsenal 8am (EPL)
Everton v Aston Villa 8am (EPL)
Newcastle v Leicester City 8am (EPL)
Chelsea v Norwich 8am (EPL)
Southampton v Stoke 8am (EPL)
Real Madrid v Barcelona 10:15am (La Liga)
Manchester City v Liverpool 10:30am (EPL)
Juventus v AC Milan 12:45pm (Serie A)

Sunday November 22nd
Fiorentina v Empoli 7am (Serie A)
Villareal v Eibar 8am (La Liga)
Tottenham v West Ham 9am (EPL)
Granada v Athletic Club 10am (La Liga)
Broncos @ Bears 11am (NFL)
Real Betis v Atletico Madrid 12:30pm (La Liga)
Inter v Frosinone 12:45pm (Serie A)
Columbus v NYRB 3pm (MLS Playoffs)
Portland v Dallas 5:30pm (MLS Playoffs)
Trinidad & Tobago v USA: The #RoadToRussia takes the boys through the idyllic islands of Trinidad & Tobago in their 2nd World Cup Qualifier. American Outlaws Denver will be at the pubs cheering up the guys & hoping to make it 2 wins out of 2. More Details:
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