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Liverpool's Internationals Matchday: England, Denmark, and Everything to Play For

Join us on the Liverpool Offside as we keep track of all Liverpool's players involved in World Cup qualification today, with big games for England and Denmark the main attraction.

Dean Mouhtaropoulos

Wales are out, Belgium have the day off, and with Denmark getting an early kickoff for their trip to face Armenia, Liverpool fans get an intriguing double header with England's potentially decisive Group H match against Ukraine following. Join the conversation on the Liverpool Offside and let us know what you think of the day's various goings on with World Cup 2014 qualification nearly over.

Full previews for all today's matches that have Liverpool players involved in them can be found here.

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Armenia v. Denmark
Tuesday, September 10th
5:00PM BST/12:00 Noon EST

The early kickoff means no viewing conflicts for Liverpool fans interested in watching Daniel Agger and Denmark in a match that could go a long way towards determining the World Cup fate of Liverpool's vice-captain. With both countries level on nine points along with the Czechs, and all three nations a point back of Bulgaria in second, it might not strictly be a must win—but it's probably a match Denmark can't lose if they want to keep their qualification hopes alive.

Slovakia v. Bosnia and Herzegovina
Tuesday, September 10th
7:15PM BST/2:15PM EST

After turning in a man of the match performance for Slovakia on Thursday, Martin Skrtel needs another strong showing to help his country close the gap on Greece and Bosnia-Herzegovina, both four points ahead in Group G.

Ukraine v. England
Tuesday, September 10th
7:45PM BST/2:45PM EST

The headline game for most pits Steven Gerrard and England against Ukraine. England currently stand first in Group H thanks to a goal differential advantage over upstarts Montenegro, but Ukraine are only a point back of both and a win could see the Eastern Europeans leapfrog into first place with only two games remaining.

Uruguay v. Colombia
Tuesday, September 10th
11:00PM BST/6:00PM EST

Starting at a more reasonable time for fans on both sides of the Atlantic than on Friday when they faced off against Peru, Uruguay find themselves increasingly comfortable in fifth place in CONMEBOL's qualification tournament. Which is probably good for them since they go into today's match heavy underdogs against Colombia.

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