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Posted at 12:24 AM ET, 07/06/2011

Soccer on TV Wednesday: Women’s World Cup, Copa America, MLS

All times are Eastern

Women’s World Cup, Brazil-Equatorial Guinea 11:45 a.m. ESPN, ESPN3.com

Women’s World Cup, Norway-Australia 11:45 a.m. ESPN2, ESPN3.com

Women’s World Cup, USA-Sweden 2:30 p.m. ESPN, Galavision, ESPN3.com (tape at 9 p.m. on ESPN2)

Women’s World Cup, Colombia-North Korea 2:30 p.m. ESPN2, ESPN3.com

MLS, New York-Toronto 8 p.m. TSN (Canada), Direct Kick

MLS, Kansas City-Colorado 8:30 p.m. Direct Kick

Copa America, Argentina-Colombia 8:30 p.m. Telefutura, univisionfutbol.com, youtube.com/copamerica

MLS, Vancouver-Columbus 10 p.m. TSN (Canada), Direct Kick

MLS, Chivas USA-San Jose 10:30 p.m. Direct Kick

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At stake for the U.S. women’s team: With a win or draw, the Americans would win Group C and play the Group D runner-up, almost certainly Australia or Norway, in a quarterfinal Sunday in Augsburg. A loss would mean a quarterfinal Sunday in Dresden against the Group D winner, probably Brazil. The only way the Brazilians don’t win their group is if they lose to Equatorial Guinea and the Australia-Norway winner overcomes a considerable goal difference to win the tiebreaker.

The Saturday quarterfinals are already set:

England (2-0-1) vs. France (2-1-0) in Leverkusen, noon (ESPN, ESPN3.com)

Germany (3-0-0) vs. Japan (2-1-0) in Wolfsburg, 2:45 p.m. (ESPN, ESPN3.com)

By  |  12:24 AM ET, 07/06/2011

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