The National Women's Soccer League continues with the 2020 Challenge Cup as tournament hosts Utah Royals FC square off against Sky Blue FC. Both squads are searching for their first tournament win after earning a draw in their respective opening match in Herriman. Below you'll find out how to watch the game and what to know.
- Date: Saturday, July 4
- Time: 12:30 p.m. ET
- Location: Zions Bank Stadium -- Herriman, Utah
- Live stream: CBS All Access
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Utah Royals FC: Coach Craig Harrington utilized the majority of his club regulars in the opener as they lined up in 3-5-2. Like most teams in this tournament, look for some rotation in this match, while keeping an eye Tziarra King, the 2020 draft pick who subbed on late and scored a late game equalizer in her professional debut. She's the only rookie to find the back of the net thus far in this tourney.
Sky Blue FC: Coach Freya Coombe and her club earned a draw in the opener and collected some confused punditry over the choice to have her most lethal offensive option on the back line in Midge Purce. With forward Imani Dorsey listed as questionable in this week's injury report with a head injury, Sky Blue FC will be searching someone to step up and provide the scoring.
Utah Royals FC take this one after building off of their wild 3-3 game against Houston Dash. Pick: Utah Royals FC 2, Sky Blue FC 1.
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