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    2020 NWSL Challenge Cup: Schedule, dates, start times as Houston Dash, Utah Royals play a thriller

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    The 2020 NWSL Challenge Cup rolls on as the Utah Royals FC and Houston Dash staged a 3-3 thriller in Utah that ultimately ended with No. 8 overall draft pick Tziarra King scoring an 89th minute equalizer on her first pro game. The tournament features eight participants spending roughly a month in Utah with the hopes of taking home the inaugural trophy for the top women’s league in the world. 

    The second of eight matchdays in the preliminary round is set for Tuesday. The knockout stage begins in the middle of July. The final will air on CBS while all matches will be available to stream on CBS All Access

    So who wins the NWSL Challenge Cup? And which long shot could stun the soccer world? Visit SportsLine now to see the model’s picks for the NWSL Challenge Cup, all from the proprietary European soccer model that’s up an eye-popping 13,800 percent!  

    Here’s the schedule and kickoff times for the preliminary round and the knockout stage:

    Sat., June 27

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    North Carolina Courage 2, Portland Thorns FC 1    

    FINAL CBS & CBS All Access

    Washington Spirit 2, Chicago Red Stars 1

    FINAL CBS All Access  

    Tue., June 30

    Houston Dash 3, Utah Royals FC 3

    FINAL CBS All Access  

    OL Reign vs. Sky Blue FC 

    10 p.m.   CBS All Access  

    Wed., July 1

    Portland Thorns FC vs. Chicago Red Stars

    12:30 p.m. CBS All Access  

    Washington Spirit vs. North Carolina Courage

    10 p.m.   CBS All Access  

    Sat., July 4

    Utah Royals FC vs. Sky Blue FC

    12:30 p.m. CBS All Access  

    Houston Dash vs. OL Reign

    10 p.m.   CBS All Access  

    Sun., July 5

    North Carolina Courage vs. Chicago Red Stars

    12:30 p.m. CBS All Access  

    Portland Thorns FC vs. Washington Spirit

    10 p.m.   CBS All Access  

    Wed., July 8

    Utah Royals FC vs. OL Reign

    12:30 p.m. CBS All Access  

    Sky Blue FC vs. Houston Dash

    10 p.m.   CBS All Access  

    Sun., July 12

    Washington Spirit vs. Houston Dash

    12:30 p.m. CBS All Access  

    Chicago Red Stars vs. Utah Royals FC 

    10 p.m.   CBS All Access  

    Mon., July 13

    OL Reign vs. Portland Thorns FC

    12:30 p.m. CBS All Access  

    Sky Blue FC vs. North Carolina Courage 

    10 p.m. CBS All Access  

    Fri., July 17

    Quarterfinal 1 at Zions Bank Stadium

    12:30 p.m. CBS All Access  
    Quarterfinal 2 at Zions Bank Stadium 10 p.m. CBS All Access  
    Sat., July 18 Quarterfinal 3 at Zions Bank Stadium 12:30 p.m. CBS All Access
    Quarterfinal 4 at Zions Bank Stadium 10 p.m. CBS All Access

    Wed., July 22

    Semifinal 1 at Zions Bank Stadium

    12:30 p.m. CBS All Access
    Semifinal 2 at Rio Tinto Stadium 10 p.m. CBS All Access

    Sun., July 26

    Final at Rio Tinto Stadium

    12:30 p.m.  CBS & CBS All Access

    For more on the NWSL, click here.

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