The United States plays their final match of 2014 today, and they do it in Dublin. That is where they will take on an Ireland team that lost to Scotland in a crucial Euro qualifier last week, leaving the Irish squad in a bit of a rough spot.
The Americans also lost last week, albeit in a friendly. They took on Colombia in London and, after scoring the opening goal, conceded twice as the world's No. 3 ranked team got the best of them.
ESPN will have their A-team back together for this contest as Ian Darke and Taylor Twellman are in the booth for this one. The match will be on the Deuce, ESPN2, though. UniMas will also have a televast of the match in Spanish.
This will be the final match the U.S. plays under the current TV contract. A new one goes into effect beginning next year and all matches that the U.S. has domestic rights to -- so still no away World Cup qualifiers, while tournaments have their own TV contracts -- will be televised by on one of the ESPN or FOX networks.
Match date/time: Tuesday, November 18; 2:45 p.m. ET
Venue: Aviva Stadium, Dublin, Ireland
TV: ESPN2 (English), UniMas (Spanish)
Streaming: Watch ESPN