England's preparations for the European Championships have been marred by injuries, but the Three Lions still have plenty of weapons to lean on heading into next week's Euros. We will see just how much Roy Hodgson's squad has left when England takes on Belgium today.
The losses of Frank Lampard and Gareth Barry have hurt England's midfield, but Steven Gerrard and Scott Parker have the qualities to keep the squad rolling. Belgium will provide a stiff test though, with Eden Hazard and Marouane Fellaini among the talents England will have to deal with.
Major League Soccer has taken the weekend off for the most part, but there is one match-up on the schedule as the New England Revolution take on the Chicago Fire in a match-up of Eastern Conference squads with playoff aspirations.
In South America, World Cup qualifying gets into full swing, with Argentina and Uruguay among the teams in action.
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Enjoy the action (Today's TV schedule, as well as some matches you can find online, is after the jump):
TODAY'S SOCCER ON TV
12:15pm- Fox Soccer Channel- England vs. Belgium
1pm- ESPN3.com- Norway vs. Croatia
2pm- DirecTV- Uruguay vs. Venezuela
2pm- Online- Netherlands vs. Northern Ireland
2:45pm- Online- Portugal vs. Turkey
4:10pm- DirecTV- Bolivia vs. Chile
4:30pm- DirecTV- El Salvador vs. Honduras
6:30pm- DirecTV- Argentina vs. Ecuador
7pm- USLLive.com- Rochester Rhinos vs. Richmond Kickers
7:30pm- MLS Direct Kick- New England Revolution vs. Chicago Fire
7:30pm- USLLive.com- Wilmington Hammerheads vs. Orlando City
8pm- USLLive.com- Dayton Dutch Lions vs. Charleston Battery