This Weekend’s Soccer on TV

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By DAN KARELL

After some exciting midweek UEFA Champions League action, the focus returns to the world’s respective domestic leagues.

It seems like ages ago since Chelsea and Everton last faced off, but it was only last September. A first-half stoppage-time goal from Steven Naismith provided the difference on that occasion, but five months later these are two different teams. Chelsea currently occupy first place in the English Premier League standings while Everton have dropped to sixth.

Nonetheless, seeing Eden Hazard, Oscar, and Willian go up against Gerard Deulofeu and Ross Barkley should make for some exciting action.

In Italy, the second Derby della Mole takes place this weekend as Juventus host Torino. The visitors will be looking for their first victory against Juventus since 1995. Juventus on the other hand are coming off a big Europa League victory on Thursday and can keep their Serie A lead at nine points with a win on Sunday.

Other matches to keep an eye on this weekend include Real Sociedad hosting Barcelona, Lyon visiting Lille, and Club America welcoming Pumas UNAM into the Estadio Azteca for the Mexico City derby.

Here’s a rundown of this weekend’s soccer on TV:

FRIDAY

2:30pm – AS Monaco vs. Reims – beIN Sports USA

2:30pm – Schalke 04 vs. Mainz – GolTV USA

2:45pm – Dundee United vs. Motherwell – Fox Soccer Plus

3pm – Real Valladolid vs. Levante – beIN Sports en Español

8:30pm – Queretaro vs. Cruz Azul – Azteca America/ESPN Deportes

10:30pm – Club Tijuana vs. Chiapas – Azteca America/ESPN Deportes

SATURDAY

1:30am – Newcastle Jets vs. Sydney – Fox Soccer Plus

7:45am – Chelsea vs. Everton – NBC Sports Network

7:45am – Heart of Midlothian vs. Celtic – Fox Soccer Plus

9:30am – Hamburg vs. Borussia Dortmund – GolTV USA

10am – Arsenal vs. Sunderland – USA Network

10am – Real Madrid vs. Elche – beIN Sports USA

10am – Manchester City vs. Stoke City – Premier League Extra Time

10am – West Bromwich Albion vs. Fulham – Premier League Extra Time

10am – West Ham United vs. Southampton – Premier League Extra Time

10am – Cardiff City vs. Hull City – Premier League Extra Time

11am – Marseille vs. Lorient – Univision Deportes

12pm – Celta de Vigo vs. Getafe – beIN Sports en Español

12:30pm – Crystal Palace vs. Manchester United – NBC

12:30pm – Wolfsburg vs. Bayer Leverkusen – GolTV USA

2pm – Real Sociedad vs. Barcelona – beIN Sports USA

2pm – Montpellier vs. Ajaccio – Univision Deportes

2:45pm – Bologna vs. AS Roma – beIN Sports USA

4pm – Almeria vs. Malaga – beIN Sports en Español

5:30pm – Nacional (Uru) vs. Danubio – GolTV USA

6pm – Club America vs. Pumas UNAM – Univision

8pm – Pachuca vs. Morelia – Univision Deportes

8pm – Tigres UANL vs. Veracruz – UniMás

9:05pm – Club Leon vs. Santos – Telemundo

10pm – Atlas vs. Monterrey – Univision Deportes

SUNDAY

1am – Melbourne Heart vs. Brisbane Roar – Fox Sports 2

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

8:30am – Newcastle United vs. Aston Villa – Premier League Extra Time

9am – Inter Milan vs. Cagliari – beIN Sports en Español

9am – Sampdoria vs. AC Milan – beIN Sports USA

11am – Norwich City vs. Tottenham – NBC Sports Network

11am – Real Betis vs. Athletic Bilbao – beIN Sports en Español

11:30am – Hannover vs. Bayern Munich – GolTV USA

12:30pm – Juventus vs. Torino – beIN Sports USA

1pm – Valencia vs. Granada – beIN Sports en Español

1pm – Toluca vs. Chivas de Guadalajara – Univision

2pm – Sao Paulo vs. Santos – GolTV USA

2:45pm – Lazio vs. Sassuolo – beIN Sports USA

3pm – Lille vs. Lyon – Univision Deportes

3pm – Osasuna vs. Atletico Madrid – beIN Sports USA

4pm – Boca Juniors vs. Estudiantes – GolTV USA

6pm – Atlante vs. Puebla – Univision Deportes

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3 Responses to This Weekend’s Soccer on TV

  1. Sly says:

    Arsenal Stoke… I wonder what the action is on that. Going to the emirates will be tough but this will be a bruiser I can see stoke leaving with a point.

  2. shawn says:

    real madrid and sunderland side by side tommorrow