16/07/2022 Football

Saturday

16/07/2022 Football – Two Games in the Women’s Euros. At 20:00, is Denmark v Spain. Also at 20:00, is Finland v Germany. There are also plenty of friendlies taking place.

16/07/2022 Football - Euro 2022
16/07/2022 Football - Euro 2022 - Denmark v Spain
16/07/2022 Football - Euro 2022 - Denmark v Spain

16/07/2022 Football – Euro 2022 – Denmark v Spain

Spain will set up a Euro 2022 quarter-final against England if they avoid defeat by Denmark on Saturday.

The Danes, currently third in Group B, must beat the pre-tournament favourites to book a meeting with the Lionesses in the last eight.

The teams go into the game level on three points, but Spain sit above Denmark because of their superior goal difference.

“Tomorrow is a final we want to win,” said Spain coach Jorge Vilda.

“It is the only objective. If you go out to get a draw or speculate on the result, it can end badly.”

Denmark coach Lars Sondergaard, meanwhile, described Saturday’s crucial game as the “most important” of his time as national head coach.

“I have told the players this is the game of the year, but hopefully there will be another game of the year in a few days’ time,” he said.

“We’re very satisfied that we’ve come so far and that we get to play a decider in the final group game, but of course we would like to go one step further.”

“We know that we’re the underdogs. We know it’s going to be hard, but we’re looking forward to it.”

Sondergaard is likely to have a full squad to choose from, with forward Kathrine Kuhl available after missing the win over Finland through suspension.

Spain defender Laia Aleixandri missed training on Thursday with a minor hamstring injury but will take part in Friday evening’s session with the rest of the squad.

Denmark v Spain: ‘A final we want to win’, says Spain coach Jorge Vilda – BBC Sport

16/07/2022 Football - Euro 2022 - Finland v Germany

16/07/2022 Football – Euro 2022 – Finland v Germany

Euro 2022 quarter-finalists Germany will look to end their Group B campaign on a high when they face Finland on Saturday.

The eight-time tournament winners booked their place in the last eight with victories over Denmark and Spain.

Finland can no longer qualify from the group after losing both their games so far, but Germany are taking nothing for granted at Stadium MK.

“We’ll have to be careful,” said defender Marina Hegering.

“Physically, we’ll have to hold up very well because that’s definitely where their strengths lie. They also have two or three very quick forwards.”

Felicitas Rauch and Lena Oberdorf will miss the game through suspension, while Lea Schuller is absent because of Covid-19.

Germany coach Martina Voss-Tecklenburg has also confirmed Lina Magull and Sydney Lohmann are unlikely to feature “as things stand”.

Finland forward Sanni Franssi missed Friday’s training session as a precaution but still has a chance of making the squad on Saturday.

“We know the situation,” said midfielder Essi Sainio. “This will be our last match at the tournament, but we’re still playing at the Euros.

“The stadium is magnificent, the fans are fantastic. There will be no question of us being motivated.

“We’re looking forward to playing a great game.”

Finland v Germany: Group B winners taking nothing for granted – BBC Sport

16/07/2022 Football - Pre-season friendlies
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16/07/2022 Football – Other Games

OTHER FOOTBALL – SATURDAY 16 JULY

12:45am UK SAT / 7:45pm ET FRI
CANADIAN PREMIER LEAGUE – York United v Pacific
UK – BT Sport 3
Canada – OneSoccer
South Africa – Flow Sports
USA – Fox Sports 2

1:00am UK SAT / 8:00pm ET FRI
COPA AMÉRICA FEMININA – Peru v Venezuela
USA – Fox Sports 1

1:30am UK SAT / 8:30pm ET FRI
ARGENTINE PRIMERA DIVISION – Aldosivi v Atletico Tucuman
USA – Paramount+

1:30am UK SAT / 8:30pm ET FRI
ARGENTINE PRIMERA DIVISION – Arsenal v CA Platense
USA – Paramount+

3:00am UK SAT / 10:00pm ET FRI
USA NWSL – San Diego v Louisville
USA – Paramount+

7:45am UK / 2:45am ET
WOMEN’S WORLD CUP QUALIFIER – Tonga v Cook Islands
New Zealand – Sky Sport 7

10:00am UK / 5:00am ET
KOREAN K-LEAGUE – Ulsan v Suwon
UK – OneFootball

11:00am UK / 6:00am ET
JAPANESE J-LEAGUE – Kashiwa v Sapporo
Australia – Optus Sport 1
Malaysia – Astro Supersport 5

11:00am UK / 6:00am ET
JAPANESE J-LEAGUE – Nagoya Grampus v Kawasaki Frontale
Australia – Optus Sport 2

11:00am UK / 6:00am ET
JAPANESE J-LEAGUE – Sagan Tosu v Yokohama FM
Australia – Optus Sport 3

12:00pm UK / 7:00am ET
KOREAN K-LEAGUE – Seoul v Daegu
UK – OneFootball

5:00pm UK / 12:00pm ET
ARGENTINE PRIMERA DIVISION – Barracas v Argentinos Juniors
USA – Paramount+

6:00pm UK / 1:00pm ET
PRE-SEASON – Koln v AC Milan
Canada – DAZN
South Africa – Supersport LaLiga

7:00pm UK / 2:00pm ET
PRE-SEASON – Roma v Portimonense
Canada – DAZN

7:30pm UK / 2:30pm ET
ARGENTINE PRIMERA DIVISION – Gimnasia v Colon
USA – Paramount+

7:30pm UK / 2:30pm ET
ARGENTINE PRIMERA DIVISION – Independiente v Colon
USA – Paramount+

7:30pm UK / 2:30pm ET
PRE-SEASON – Inter Milan v Monaco
Caribbean – Flow Sports

8:30pm UK / 3:30pm ET
BRAZILIAN SERIE A – Athletico Paranaense v Internacional
Caribbean – Flow Sports
USA – Paramount+

10:00pm UK / 5:00pm ET
ARGENTINE PRIMERA DIVISION – Newell’s Old Boys v Racing Club
UK – OneFootball
USA – Paramount+

11:00pm UK / 6:00pm ET
BRAZILIAN SERIE A – Avai v Santos
UK – OneFootball
USA – Paramount+

11:00pm UK / 6:00pm ET
BRAZILIAN SERIE A – Flamengo v Coritiba
UK – OneFootball
USA – Paramount+

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