This Weekend’s Soccer on TV

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By DAN KARELL

For the second time in seven days, Tottenham prepares to face a Manchester side that’s in a strong run of form.

On the back of a 6-0 defeat to Manchester City, Tottenham welcomes Manchester United to White Hart Lane, with Man United coming off a 5-0 rout of their own in UEFA Champions League action on Wednesday. Andre Villas-Boas’ side redeemed itself with a Europa League win on Thursday but with the Portuguese manager on the hot seat, a win against the defending English Premier League champions could go a long way towards him keeping his job.

Barcelona manager Gerardo Martino lost his first official match since taking over this summer as the Catalan club fell to Ajax in the Champions League, 2-1. However, Barcelona is still unbeaten in La Liga but faces a stiff challenge on the road with a trip to the Basque Country to face Athletic Bilbao. Bilbao is in fifth place in the league and has just one loss in its last seven matches.

After losing their lead in Serie A, AS Roma will hope that playing on the road could lower the pressure on their players a little bit with a match at Atalanta, while leaders Juventus host Udinese, which always provides a difficult challenge despite financial difficulties.

In the evening on Saturday and Sunday, the Mexican Apertura playoffs second leg continues, with the stars of the Mexican national team on Club America hoping to progress past Tigres UANL. The aggregate score of that series is currently 2-2.

Here is a rundown of This Weekend’s Soccer on TV:

FRIDAY

2:30pm – Marseille vs. Montpellier – beIN Sport USA

2:30pm – Villarreal vs. Malaga – beIN Sport en Español

SATURDAY

9:30am – Bayern Munich vs. Eintracht Braunschweig – GolTV USA

10am – Cardiff City vs. Arsenal – NBC Sports Network

10am – Everton vs. Stoke City – NBC Sports Live Extra

10am – Aston Villa vs. Sunderland – NBC Sports Live Extra

10am – Norwich City vs. Crystal Palace – NBC Sports Live Extra

10am – West Ham United vs. Fulham – NBC Sports Live Extra

10am – Elche vs. Atletico Madrid – beIN Sport en Español

10am – Huddersfield Town vs. Burnley – beIN Sport USA

12pm – Parma vs. Bologna – beIN Sport USA

12pm – Celta Vigo vs. Almeria – beIN Sport en Español

12:30pm – Newcastle vs. West Bromwich Albion – NBC

2pm – Real Madrid vs. Real Valladolid – beIN Sport USA/beIN Sport en Español

3pm – Juventud vs. Peñarol (Uruguay) – GolTV

4pm – Espanyol vs. Real Sociedad – beIN Sport en Español

6pm – Cruz Azul vs. Toluca – Univision

9pm – Club Leon vs. Morelia – Telemundo

SUNDAY

1am – Melbourne Heart vs. Adelaide United – Fox Sports 2

6:30am – ADO Den Haag vs. Ajax – ESPN Deportes

7am – Tottenham vs. Manchester United – NBC Sports Network

8:30am – Hull City vs. Liverpool – NBC Sports Network

8:30am – Feyenoord vs. PSV Eindhoven – GolTV USA

9am – Atalanta vs. AS Roma – beIN Sport USA

9am – Inter Milan vs. Sampdoria – beIN Sport en Español

11am – Chelsea vs. Southampton – NBC Sports Network

11am – Granada vs. Sevilla – beIN Sport en Español

11:10am – Manchester City vs. Swansea City – NBC Sports Live Extra

11:30am – Borussia Monchengladbach vs. Freiburg – GolTV USA

12:30pm – Juventus vs. Udinese – beIN Sport USA

1pm – Valencia vs. Osasuna – beIN Sport en Español

2pm – Cruzeiro vs. Bahia – GolTV USA

3pm – Athletic Bilbao vs. Barcelona – beIN Sport USA/beIN Sport en Español

4:15pm – Lanus vs. Boca Juniors – GolTV USA

6pm – Club America vs. Tigres UANL – Univision Deportes

9pm – Santos Laguna vs. Queretaro – Univision Deportes

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One Response to This Weekend’s Soccer on TV

  1. Clyde Frog says:

    Hey Bahia are on TV in the US! We can watch….oh….never mind.