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April 24th, 2010 2:37AM

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[AMERICANS ABROAD] Maurice Edu and DaMarcus Beasley could be celebrating another Scottish title on Sunday, while Jozy Altidore and Jonathan Spector fight to avoid relegation on Saturday. Here's five games involving Americans abroad we're following this weekend ...

Jozy Altidore: Hull City vs. Sunderland (Saturday: 10 am ET)
The Tigers must win if they want to have any realistic chance of staying in the EPL.

Jonathan Spector:
West Ham United vs. Wigan (Saturday: 10 am ET)
The Hammers begin the weekend with a three-point cushion over Hull and four-point cushion over Burnley in their bid to avoid relegation. (They also have a huge edge in goal difference.)

Carlos Bocanegra: Rennes at Paris SG (Saturday: 3 pm ET)
Rennes coach Frederic Antonetti could put Bocanegra back in the starting lineup. The left back has been sidelined with a groin injury.

Maurice Edu/DaMarcus Beasley: Rangers at Hibernian (Sunday: 9:30 am ET)
Rangers will retain its Scottish title if it wins at Hibs. (It will also clinch if Celtic fails to win at Dundee United earlier in the day.)

Jonathan Bedoya: Orebro vs. Halmstad (Sunday, 11 am ET)
Bedoya, a darkhorse candidate to make the U.S. World Cup, could help his cause with another solid game for Orebro, fourth in the Swedish Allsvenskanliga after seven games.



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