Getty Images The two top teams in Copa America's Group B meet on Wednesday as first-place Brazil take on second-place Colombia. Brazil are 2-0-0 in the cup and haven't conceded a goal, while Colombia are 1-1-1, coming off a poor 2-1 loss to Peru. A win for either would clinch their spot in the quarterfinals since four out of five teams advance from each group. Here's how you can watch the match and what to know: Viewing information Date : Wednesday, June 23 Time : 8 p.m. ET Location : Estadio Nilton Santos -- Rio de Janeiro, Brazil TV: FS1 and TUDN Live stream: fuboTV (Try for free) Odds: Brazil -225; Draw +320; Colombia +750 (via William Hill sportsbook) Craving even more coverage of the world's game? Listen below and follow ¡Qué Golazo! A Daily CBS Soccer Podcast where we take you beyond the pitch and around the globe for commentary, previews, recaps and more. Storylines Brazil: Tite's team are on a roll, and a win will be enough to . . .
Getty Images Slovakia and Spain meet in Seville this Wednesday. The hosts are in danger of crashing out of the 2020 UEFA European Championship should things go wrong, after a lackluster start with two draws. Slovakia's win over Poland has them well-positioned to advance with a draw while Sweden are already assured of a knockout phase berth. Spain's lack of attacking threat has seen Alvaro Morata come in for plenty of criticism and failure to fire once more could see their adventure end. Here is how you can watch the match and what to know: Viewing information Date: Wednesday, Jun. 23 | Time: 12 p.m. ET Location: La Cartuja -- Seville, Spain TV: ESPN/Univision Live stream: fuboTV (try for free) Odds: SVK +1400; Draw +500; ESP -450 (via William Hill sportsbook) Storylines Slovakia: After their heroic win over Poland, a narrow loss to Sweden means that Slovakia need to at least draw against Spain. Get a point and they're through to the knockouts, . . .
Getty Images Last year, the Travelers Championship delivered in a big way following the huge three-month hiatus the PGA Tour went on amid the COVID-19 pandemic. This year, much of the same is expected with a big-time field playing a good course in what will be a bit of a lighthearted week after the U.S. Open. Dustin Johnson, Brooks Koepka and Bryson DeChambeau are your headliners, but half of the top 10 in the world is here, and they're joined by other big names like Phil Mickelson, Bubba Watson, Matthew Wolff and Sergio Garcia. A complete ball-striking fiesta! While it remains unlikely that we get a Koepka-DeChambeau showdown, there's at least a chance it happens. They play very few of the same tournaments every year -- only the U.S. Open and PGA Championship over the last month -- so any event that has both of their names in the field raises the anticipation stakes just a bit, even if it will probably take the timing of a weekend pairing for it to happen. Koepka again . . .
The Women’s Super League title race is taking form and shaping up to be one for the ages as the second half of the 2020-21 WSL season approaches with six more games this weekend, including two to be broadcast live on NBCSN and streamed on NBCSports.com . [ MORE: Transfer news: Arsenal, Odegaard in advanced talks ] Chelsea, who took the lead in WSL title race last weekend with a 2-1 victory over then-leaders Manchester United , will visit bottom-of-the-table Bristol City on Sunday as the Blues look to not only maintain, but perhaps strengthen, their hold on the top spot. Manchester United sit level with Chelsea on 26 points, but trail on goal differential after having played one more game. The Red Devils will host 8th-place Birmingham City on Sunday. [ MORE: Surging Man City to be without De Bruyne for 4-6 weeks ] Just three points back of Chelsea sits former leaders Arsenal, who will host 10th-place West Ham United on Sunday (Watch live, 7 am ET, on NBCSN and . . .
The Asian Boxing Championship, which was to be held in India in November-December, has been postponed to next year due to the coronavirus pandemic , the national federation's Secretary General Jay Kowli told PTI on Tuesday. The decision was taken at the Asian Boxing Confederation's (ASBC) Executive Committee meeting held online on Monday. "A postponement was proposed owing to the conditions prevailing because of the pandemic and it was accepted. India remains the host and the tournament will now happen in 2021," Kowli, who is a member of the ASBC EC, said. "The 2021 window for it will be discussed in the next EC meeting in November," he added. India last hosted the men's Asian meet back in 1980 in Mumbai before conducting the women's event in 2003 in Hisar. The tournament became a combined event for men and women last year. The COVID-19 pandemic has decimated the sporting calendar the world over with several big events, including the Tokyo Olympics and the ICC T20 . . .