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USWNT v. Portugal: Live stream, TV channel, how to watch Summer Series

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Preparations for the Tokyo Olympics continue apace for the USWNT, with the Summer Series kicking off today in Houston. The early game sees Jamaica face off against Nigeria at 2:30 PM PT, with the USWNT taking on Portugal in the nightcap at 5:30 PM PT; that game will air on FS1. The United States is currently on a 39-game unbeaten streak, the third-longest in their history.

The 23 players Vlatko Andonovski called in for the United States will be competing for 18 spots on the Olympic roster. Andonovski has said that while the majority of spots are already settled, a few positions are still up for grabs and performances in these three games will be important as he makes those final decisions. OL Reign’s Megan Rapinoe and Rose Lavelle should be sure locks for Tokyo, while newly signed defender Alana Cook is likely to be on the outside looking in given her relative lack of experience with the senior USWNT, but she could be selected as one of the alternates who travel with the team but are ineligible for selection barring a last-minute injury.

Portugal, currently ranked 29th in the world, will not be participating in this year’s Olympic games. Instead, they will be using this game as an opportunity to test themselves against the world’s best after a disappointing 1-0 aggregate loss to Russia in the Euro 2022 qualification playoffs eliminated them from contention for that tournament.

The early game today features Jamaica and Nigeria, both of whom will be opponents for the USWNT later in this series. That game will stream live on the US Soccer website. Former OL Reign forward Ifeoma Onumonu recently received her first call-up to represent Nigeria. Six other NWSL players are with Jamaica, including former Reign draft pick Havana Solaun.

Lineups

Jamaica/Nigeria

USA/Portugal

How to Watch

Jamaica v. Nigeria

Time/Date: Thursday, June 10, 2:30 PM PT
Location: BBVA Stadium, Houston, Texas
TV: None
Streaming: ussoccer.com/live

USA v. Portugal

Time/Date: Thursday, June 10, 5:30 PM PT
Location: BBVA Stadium, Houston, Texas
TV: FS1
Streaming: FoxSoccer.com / Fox Sports GO / Fubo TV (affiliate link)

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