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How to Watch: U.S. vs. Serbia, U-20 World Cup quarterfinal

Can the Americans continue their run?

The U.S. look to reach rarefied air at the U-20 World Cup.
The U.S. look to reach rarefied air at the U-20 World Cup.
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There is an abundance of international soccer choices right now, what with the Women's World Cup, the Copa America and the various friendlies and qualifiers going on. Of course, included in that slate is the ongoing U-20 World Cup in New Zealand, and the United States remain involved in the proceedings, now down to the final eight.

The U.S. take on Serbia this evening for a slot in the semifinals, after downing Colombia 1-0 earlier in the week, while the Serbians defeated Hungary 2-1 in added extra time. Since youth soccer doesn't always follow the pattern of the senior level, who really knows what the Americans' chances are, but if they've made it to this point, they should have at least a decent shot of moving on. Still, it's a big game, no doubt about it.

Former Chivas USA Homegrown player Marky Delgado has started each game so far in the tournament for Tab Ramos' side, so as long as he's healthy, expect him to continue featuring. The U.S. will be without Kellyn Acosta for sure, since he got red carded in the last game, while former CUSA Academy player Bradford Jamieson IV is questionable after suffering a reported concussion against Colombia.

The good news on the West Coast is that unlike the previous games in New Zealand, this one is practically in prime time, so you won't even have to set your alarm to watch it.

How to Watch: 9:30 pm PT, Fox Sports 1

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