Previous
Manchester City
Steaua Bucuresti
6:45 PM UTC
Leg 2Aggregate: 5 - 0
Game Details
Rostov
Ajax Amsterdam
6:45 PM UTC
Leg 2Aggregate: 1 - 1
Game Details
Sunderland
Shrewsbury Town
6:45 PM UTC
Game Details
Morecambe
AFC Bournemouth
6:45 PM UTC
Game Details
Fulham
Middlesbrough
6:45 PM UTC
Game Details
Accrington Stanley
Burnley
6:45 PM UTC
Game Details
Columbus Crew SC
Philadelphia Union
11:30 PM UTC
Game Details
Montreal Impact
DC United
11:30 PM UTC
Game Details
Orlando City SC
Toronto FC
11:30 PM UTC
Game Details
Chicago Fire
LA Galaxy
12:30 AM UTC Aug 25, 2016
Game Details
Houston Dynamo
Seattle Sounders FC
1:00 AM UTC Aug 25, 2016
Game Details
San Jose Earthquakes
New England Revolution
2:30 AM UTC Aug 25, 2016
Game Details
Ottawa Fury FC
Miami FC
11:00 PM UTC
Game Details
Next

When is the Europa League draw?

Europa League
Read

When is the Champions League draw?

Champions League
Read

EFL Cup third round draw

EFL Cup
Read

Trending: Batshuayi brace for Chelsea

Latest
Read

Delaney: Big clubs' transfer needs

Premier League
Read

Monaco UCL win boost France - Vasilyev

Monaco
Read

De Guzman set for Chievo move - agent

Transfers
Read
By ESPN Staff

McClaren's appointment a 'natural step' - Owen

Michael Owen has welcomed the appointment of Steve McClaren as England head coach and believes the Football Association have been wise in looking to a familiar face.

The Middlesbrough manager will leave his current post at the end of the season and, after assisting Sven-Goran Eriksson at the World Cup finals, will replace the Swede on August 1.

McClaren was chosen above candidates including Bolton's Sam Allardyce and Charlton's Alan Curbishley, and Owen believes that by trusting in the 45-year-old the FA have made a decision which will please England's players.

Owen said in The Times: 'He has been with the national team for a few years and that helps. He knows the ropes of international football.

'He does a lot with the team as it is, coaching, going through different things tactically, sorting things out on the pitch and off it.

'It does seem a natural step. He has come through the ranks from being a coach to being a manager and now an international manager.

'It is good he will be involved in this World Cup and I am sure he will learn more things [this summer]. It is nice the continuity is kept.'

Owen has recovered from the broken foot he sustained against Tottenham on New Year's Eve, but with the World Cup just five weeks away, he does not intend to take any risks and could sit out Sunday's final Barclays Premiership match of the season against Chelsea.

'I've come this far and I don't want to risk any stresses and strains for one game, so we'll calculate the decision with the Newcastle physios and manager and see where we come to,' he told Sky Sports News.