The National Women’s Soccer League rolls on with the 2020 Challenge Cup as Sky Blue FC face off against Houston Dash on Wednesday. Houston has been impressive in its first two matches of group play netting goals and getting results, while Sky Blue FC is still looking for its first win and first goal of the tournament.
Below you’ll find out how to watch the game and what to know.
- Date: Wednesday, July 8
- Time: 10 p.m. ET
- Location: Zions Bank Stadium — Herriman, Utah
- Live stream: CBS All Access
- Odds: Sky Blue +188; Dash +120; Draw +240
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Sky Blue FC: The team has struggled to generate offensive opportunities so far during group play, including zero shots on goal in the last match against the Utah Royals. Head coach Freya Coombe is missing key players like Carli Lloyd and Mallory Pugh, and defender Sabrina Flores has been a brighter spot for the team over two matches, but the squad will need to show it can generate offense before the knockout rounds.
Houston Dash: Second-year head coach James Clarkson has his players believing in themselves as the Dash continue to impress in group play. The Dash have a win and a draw, with three different scorers over two group matches. The backline has made adjustments to keep a clean sheet, and midfielder Kristie Mewis will continue to be a key component for the team moving forward.
Houston Dash show their offensive prowess again. Pick: Houston Dash 2, Sky Blue FC 0
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