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EPL Talk :
After last Saturday’s win by AC Milan against Valencia in the opening game of the 2013 International Champions Cup, the second match of the competition begins tonight between Juventus and Everton. The two clubs face each other in San Francisco tonight with the coverage beginning at 11pm ET live on FOX Soccer, ESPN Deportes and WatchESPN.
This will be the first time that many of us will get to see Everton and Juventus play this pre-season, so it’ll be interesting to see how Roberto Martinez’s Everton side plays tonight — if they’re any different than the David Moyes version.
The winner of tonight’s match will play either Real Madrid or LA Galaxy this Saturday night in Los Angeles.
Before, during or after tonight’s match, post your observations in the comments section below.
Everton vs Juventus, International Champions Cup: Open Thread is a post from World Soccer Talk.
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