San Marino
4:00 PM UTC
Game Details
Game Details
Game Details
3:30 PM UTC
Game Details
Costa Rica
8:00 PM UTC
Game Details
9:00 PM UTC
Game Details
New England Revolution
Orlando City SC
11:30 PM UTC
Game Details
Montreal Impact
Chicago Fire
12:00 AM UTC Sep 6, 2015
Game Details
Seattle Sounders FC
Toronto FC
2:00 AM UTC Sep 6, 2015
Game Details

Arsenal overload left side as Benteke bullies

Tactics Board

Arsenal and Liverpool battle at the Emirates

50-50 Challenge
 By Chris Wright

Raheem Sterling and Fabian Delph in Snakes on a Plane gag

Raheem Sterling and Fabian Delph chose a flight to San Marino as the perfect opportunity to get back at the angry Liverpool and Aston Villa fans still fuming over the England internationals' move to Manchester City.

Posing for a selfie with Delph (a Delphie?) en route, Sterling tacked a series of choice emojis which appeared to reference the slew of "snake" vitriol they both received from jilted fans of their former sides.

 By David Usher

Liverpool of 2015-16 far from being "worst" in recent years

Liverpool legend Ian Rush doesn't think manager Brendan Rodgers is under pressure following their start to the Premier League season.

Harry Redknapp caused a bit of a stir on Merseyside earlier this week with some rather scathing comments on the present Liverpool team, describing them as the worst he's seen in years. The closing of the transfer window and the two-week international break means there's not a great deal else going on, so Redknapp's rather damning critique of the Reds got considerably more attention than it usually would among Liverpool's support.

"I don't fancy Liverpool at all," said Redknapp at the Telegraph...

 By Steven Kelly

Benteke, Firmino and Milner part of Rodgers' busy Liverpool summer

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno says Mario Balotelli was never given a proper chance at Liverpool.

With the transfer window now closed, it's time to look at Liverpool's ins and outs and whether Brendan Rodgers can be pleased with his summer business.


Christian Benteke (Aston Villa, £32million); Roberto Firmino (Hoffenheim, £29m); Nathaniel Clyne (Southampton, £12m); Danny Ings (Burnley, fee still to be decided by tribunal); Joe Gomez (Charlton Athletic, £3m); James Milner (Manchester City, free); Adam Bogdan (Bolton Wanderers, free).


Raheem Sterling (Manchester City,...

Manchester City lead Premier League transfer grades after brilliant summer

As the transfer window shuts, the ESPN FC panel take a look back at Arsenal and Manchester United's inability to secure a marquee signing, Chelsea's new additions, Kevin De Bruyne joining Manchester City to bolster Manuel Pellegrini's attack and much more

With the summer transfer window finally done and dusted, ESPN FC grades all 20 Premier League clubs based on how they fared in their dealings.

Manchester City - A+

Winners of the window and, consequently, now strong favourites to be winners of the title. Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho spoke recently of how City "reacted" to his team winning the league in the way the London side itself did last season, but it was more than that.

This was more than a reaction. It was precise and rational business,...

 By Steven Kelly

Liverpool signs of recovery destroyed by awful loss to West Ham

Brendan Rodgers says West Ham's early goal was crucial in Liverpool's 3-0 home defeat to Slaven Bilic's men on Saturday.

It didn't seem possible that things could get any worse for the players signed by Liverpool during the infamous summer 2014 transfer window, but in the last week or so that's exactly what has happened.

Emre Can was considered a rare success, or a young player with potential at least, yet he had a nightmare in Saturday's 3-0 humiliation against West Ham to the extent he was ignominiously hauled off at half-time.

Dejan Lovren was hoping to build on a competent start to the season, but with Brendan...

How much is Brendan Rodgers to blame for Liverpool's lack of direction?

Liverpool's three-match winning streak came to an abrupt halt when West Ham convincingly defeated them 3-0 at Anfield.
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers believes West Ham's early goal was key to their victory.

It's hard to imagine a fanbase more hysterical than Liverpool's. The mood swings of those who profess allegiance to Anfield are bewildering. The 3-0 home defeat by West Ham United on Saturday caused an explosion of fury and finger-pointing after the positive reaction to the 0-0 draw away to Arsenal in the previous match.

The international break comes at a bad time for Brendan Rodgers. Many of his squad will be away, giving the manager less time to repair the damage of Saturday. For the fans, it...