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The National Women's Soccer League continues with the 2020 Challenge Cup as tournament hosts Utah Royals FC square off against OL Reign on Wednesday. Utah is coming off a win over Sky Blue FC, while OL Reign are still searching for their first win and goal this tournament.

Below you'll find out how to watch the game and what to know.

Viewing information

  • Date: Wednesday, July 8
  • Time:  12:30 p.m. ET
  • Location: Zions Bank Stadium -- Herriman, Utah
  • Live stream: CBS All Access
  • Odds: Royals +110; Reign +200; Draw +225

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Utah Royals FC: Coach Craig Harrington has his squad lining up in a 3-5-2 formation this tournament. The team has a win and a draw during the Challenge Cup to date, but it's the form of veterans Amy Rodriguez and Vero Boquete that is turning heads. Rodriguez has a goal and assist, while Boquete has a goal and two assists. 

OL Reign: Coach Farid Benstiti and his team have struggled to get things going offensively this tournament, as the squad continues to show commitment to its overall shape. Despite having the majority of possession in their last match against Houston, the Reign failed to record a shot on goal.

Game prediction

1-1 draw: Utah continues to impress but OL Reign will be able to break down the press.

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