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USMNT weekend viewing guide: we’re still here

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Despite a delay there is still action this weekend

SC Paderborn 07 v SV Werder Bremen - Bundesliga Photo by Friedemann Vogel/Pool via Getty Images

We’re running a bit late this weekend and games are already underway so we’ll get right to it and keep things brief to provide a forum for the regular weekend chat. Apologies.

Saturday

Borussia Dortmund v Hoffenheim - 9:30a on FS2

Giovanni Reyna gets his second straight start as Borussia Dortmund close out their season against Hoffenheim. Reyna rewarded his coach with an assist last weekend as Dortmund secured second place in the Bundesliga.

Wolfsburg v Bayern Munich - 9:30a on FS1

John Brooks gets the start as Wolfsburg look to secure Europa League play with a result against Bayern Munich. Wolfsburg are currently tied with Hoffenheim with 49 points so these two games represent the most significant action in the Bundesliga this weekend.

Freiburg v Schalke 04 - 9:30a on TUDN.com

Weston McKennie and Schalke close out their disappointing season with a match against Freiburg that isn’t particularly meaningful for either team though I’m sure Schalke would rather not finish their season on a sixteen game winless streak.

Relegation watch looking through the paywall

  • Josh Sargent and Werder Bremen could still sneak into the Relegation Playoff position with a win against Koln today and an loss by Alfredo Morales’ Fortuna Dusseldorf. Werder Bremen and Koln face off at 9:30 on Fox Soccer Match Pass while Union Berlin and Dusseldorf kick off at the same time, same coverage.

Sunday

Leicester City v Chelsea - 11:00a on ESPN+

No games on the big networks Sunday so if you have a chance catch Christian Pulisic and Chelsea face Leicester City in FA Cup action. It sounds like this Pulisic kid might be decent so check him out.

Newcastle United v Manchester City - 1:30p on ESPN+

DeAndre Yedlin has played just one minute in two matches since the restart of the season. His Newcastle side will face Manchester City in FA Cup action Sunday afternoon.

Again, apologies for the delay, enjoy some soccer this weekend and let us know what you’re watching in the comments below.