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Watch football live online this weekend: Five games to stream if you’re struggling without Europe’s top five leagues

By Richard McTiernan

Published: 7:35, 17 June 2022

The international break is over but if you still want to watch some live football, let us guide you with our five best games you can watch this weekend.

How to live stream the football matches in this article online:

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*Geo restrictions apply, 18+ only, must have a funded account or placed a bet in the last 24 hours, BeGambleAware. All odds and offers within this article are accurate at the time of writing (13:30, 16/06/22).

Dundalk v Shamrock Rovers (Friday, 7.45pm)

The action begins on Friday night in the Republic of Ireland with a top of the table clash between Dundalk and Shamrock Rovers. Dundalk are eight points behind Shamrock with a game in hand so victory over them here would really cut into their lead. The game starts at 7:45pm (UK time) and should be a competitive one.

Lamia v Veria (Saturday, 6pm)

Saturday evening (6pm UK time) is the big game in Greece which is the second leg of the relegation/promotion play-off. Lamia play host to Veria who the defeated 2-1 in the opening leg. The winning team will find themselves with a spot in the Greece Super League next season. You can read our full match streaming guide here.

Seattle Sounders v Los Angeles FC (8pm, Saturday)

Following on from that (8pm UK time) is the start of a full schedule of MLS action with Western Conference leaders Los Angeles away to the Seattle Sounders. Seattle are just outside the play-off spots and are in good form winning eight of their last ten in all competitions.

Tenerife v Girona (Sunday, 8pm)

On Sunday evening the Spanish promotion play-off will come to a conclusion as Tenerife and Girona do battle (8pm UK time). The first leg in Girona ended in a goal-less draw so it is all to play for. The winner will secure a spot in La Liga next season and you can get our full live streaming guide for this game here.

Juventude v Atletico Goianiense (Sunday, 10pm)

Rounding off the weekend is Brazilian Serie A action and on Sunday evening (10pm UK time) is an important relegation battle. Second bottom Juventude travel to Atletico Goianiense who sit 16th and just one spot above the relegation places.

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