Wednesday, Feb. 11

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Today's Preview
Soccer competes with college basketball for the title of most played matchups for Wednesday. In the afternoon we have a slate full of World Cup Qualifying and International Friendly's.

Getting things started at 12:15 p.m. ET, Wales and Poland battle it out in Portugal in an International Friendly with Wales receiving the slight edge with the draw. If you prefer World Cup Qualifying, choose an Albania win or Malta win or draw at 1:30 p.m. ET.

In the next soccer slot, you can pick then watch Argentina take on France on ESPN360. if you want to wait until 4 p.m. ET, Spain hosts England, with Beckham's English club receiving a rare draw.

In United States soccer action, Landon Donovan's squad hosts Mexico in Columbus, Ohio. Mexico gets the draw here but The StreakMaster expects a 2-0 U.S. victory.

Some great college basketball matchups hit the main stage starting with Xavier (-2.5) at Dayton. At the same time over on ESPN, we put Jonny Flynn's (Syracuse) points against A.J. Price's (UConn) points and assists.

Our lonely 8 p.m. ET matchup features Georgia's leading scorer, Terrance Woodbury (13.7 points per game) against Tennessee's winning margin (-17).

At 9 p.m. ET, look out for an upset special when Baylor hosts No. 2 ranked Oklahoma (-3). If that spread scares you off, you can choose if the Texas Tech-Kansas State game will be over or under 153.5 total points.

Don't forget your NHL fix with the Canadiens at Oilers (-117) and the Flames at Ducks (-113), both at 10 p.m. ET.


NCAA Basketball: No. 3 North Carolina at No. 5 Duke
College basketball's greatest rivalry hits center stage at Cameron Indoor Stadium at 9 p.m. ET on ESPN. UNC is currently favored by two points, and if Wayne Ellington can keep up his stellar play, the Tar Heels should be able to make it four in a row in Durham. Don't expect the Dukies to lay down though, as this game should be another great chapter in the book that is Carolina-Duke.

Yesterday's Results
Streakers had their first solid day in what seems to be a long time, finishing with a 66.2 overall winning percentage. Providence, Clemson and Seton Hall all took care of business to bump some Streakers up on our leaderboard.