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Must Watch Games:
*USA vs. Cuba
**Saturday, July 13th at 2:30 pm CST on Fox Soccer (Coverage starts at 2:00 pm)
***After blasting 6 goals past Guatemala in a friendly on last Friday and burning Belize for another 6 in their Gold Cup opener Tuesday, the U.S. look to continue their hot, high scoring run against Cuba on Saturday at Rio Tinto Stadium. Tuesday night’s match saw Chris Wondolowski pick up a new superstition after scoring a first-half hat trick with his last name spelled wrong on his jersey as well as Landon Donovan reach yet another landmark, becoming the first U.S. player to score over 50 goals and 50 assists all-time. Puebla’s Michael Orozco Fiscal and former Houston Dynamo midfielder Stuart Holden also got on the score sheet, a fine achievement for Holden who has capped off his return to the national team in excellent fashion, coming on as a sub in the last 2 matches and making a big impact each time. After holding their own in the first half, Cuba spent the second half of their opener subbing in as a punching bag for Costa Rica, losing 3-0.
*Martinique vs. Mexico
**Sunday, July 14th at 5:00 pm CST on Fox Soccer (Coverage starts at 4:30 pm)
***Mexico finally broke their losing streak Thursday night after a Raúl Jiménez header just before half and a second half penalty by Marco Fabián hoisted El Tri 2-0 over Canada. The young Canadian side seemed to stick with Mexico for the first 40 minutes of the game until the goal by Jiménez opened up the game and allowed Mexico to hold up the ball more and create more chances. The introduction of Miguel Layún at right back proved to be a great move from the start, as Layún was a terror up and down the right side all night. “Chepo” de la Torre will most likely stick with the same line up from Thursday night going into Sunday’s final group game show down with Martinique who sit tied with Mexico on 3 points. While Mexico was shocked by Panama in their opener, Martinique was the side doing the shocking in their opener, with a late 93’ goal from Fabrice Reuperne lifting them over Canada. However, their Cinderella story was short lived as Panama dispatched Martinique 1-0 on Thursday, putting the Panamanians through to the knockout round while setting up the showdown match up between the always favored Mexico and the underdog Martinique.
*Honduras vs. El Salvador
**Friday, July 12th at 6:00 pm CST on Fox Soccer (Coverage starts at 5:30 pm)
***In what is going to be one of the most intriguing matchups of Group B, favorites Honduras will battle a very feisty El Salvador who are coming off an entertaining 2-2 draw with Trinidad & Tobago on Monday. Rodolfo Zelaya had a brilliant game with his brace keeping the El Salvadorans in the match. Meanwhile Honduras kicked off their group play beating Haiti 2-0 off of goals from Rony Martínez and Marvin Chavez. While the possession remained steadily even for both teams throughout the match, Honduras came out with the majority of the shots, failing to capitalize on several great chances. El Salvador will definitely look to put a lot of pressure on the Hondurans so their failure to finish in the final third may come back and haunt them this game.
*France U-20 vs. Uruguay U-20
**Saturday, July 13th at 1:00 pm CST on ESPN (Coverage starts at 12:45 pm)
***Well, as always, this FIFA U-20 World Cup has been an exciting one! After defeating Ghana 2-1 in the semifinals, France has advanced to face Uruguay, who shattered our Cinderella team Iraq’s dreams after a 1-1 draw saw the South American team advance 7-6 via penalties. Now this final is yet another stage to showcase some of the most exciting up-and-coming world football talents. Players to watch include Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba and Arsenal’s new recruit Yaya Sanogo for France, while AS Roma’s Nicolas Lopez and newly signed Manchester United full back Guillermo Varela are players to keep an eye on for Uruguay.
*New England Revolution vs. Houston Dynamo
**Saturday, July 13th at 6:30 pm CST on KPRC Local 2
***Houston fans finally were able to breathe out a sigh of relief after the Dynamo’s dreadful winless streak was snapped last Saturday with a 1-0 win over Philadelphia at BBVA Compass Stadium. Now the Dynamo travel to New England who, after a streaky start to the season, have begun to gain momentum. The Revs beat the Dynamo at home in May 2-0 thanks to goals from 18-year-old Diego Fagundez and Juan Agudelo following a double ejection of the Dynamo’s Bobby Boswell and New England’s Dimitry Imbongo Boele for fighting in the first half.
*FC Dallas vs. Real Salt Lake
**Saturday, July 13th at 8:00 pm CST on TWC Sports
***The two top teams in the Western Conference are facing off on Saturday as the top of the table Real Salt Lake host a struggling FC Dallas side who, despite jumping out to a fast start, are winless since May. Even though they are missing 4 players out on international duty in the Gold Cup, Real Salt Lake have been on cruise control, unbeaten in their last 7 league games.
*Ghana U-20 vs. Iraq U-20
**Saturday, July 13th at 10:00 am CST on ESPN2 (Coverage starts at 9:45 am)
***After brilliant runs to the semifinals respectively, both Ghana and Iraq must settle for fighting for a third place medal in Istanbul on Saturday. While they may not be battling for the World championship title, both teams have provided some of the most entertaining football of the tournament and are certainly worth watching over breakfast Saturday.
*D.C. United vs. Chivas del Guadalajara
**Friday, July 12th at 7:00 pm CST on ESPN2
***While D.C. United have struggled through the first half of the 2013 MLS season, they will face Liga MX side Chivas del Guadalajara on Friday night in a friendly as Chivas look to prepare for their upcoming 2013 Apertura season. Anytime we you can get a Liga MX-MLS matchup, it is definitely something to keep an eye on! Also, another incentive to watch, the game will be called by our very own Glenn Davis alongside Taylor Twellman.
Also, check out the other Gold Cup games coming up:
*Friday, July 12th
**Trinidad and Tobago vs. Haiti at 6:00 pm CST on Fox Soccer
*Saturday, July 13th
**Costa Rica vs. Belize at 5:00 pm CST on Fox Soccer
*Sunday, July 14th
**Panama vs. Canada at 2:30 pm CST on Fox Soccer
*Monday, July 15th
**El Salvador vs. Haiti at 6:00 pm CST on Fox Soccer at BBVA Compass Stadium in Houston
**Honduras vs. Trinidad and Tobago at 8:30 pm CST on Fox Soccer at BBVA Compass Stadium in Houston
*Tuesday, July 16th
**Cuba vs. Belize at 4:30 pm CST on Fox Soccer
**United States vs. Costa Rica at 7:00 pm CST on Fox Soccer
Written by Cari Gelal