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6. WEEKEND TV HIGHLIGHTS: Feilhaber & HSV take on Bayern; Yanks to clash in England
November 24th, 2006 12:41AM
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American midfielder Benny Feilhaber, 21, who played the second half of Hamburg SV's 3-1 loss to Arsenal in Champions League on Tuesday and came close to scoring, could make his sixth Bundesliga appearance when HSV takes on Bayern Munich on Saturday (TV: 9:25 am ET on Gol TV).

Hamburg is trying to climb out of the relegation zone while Bayern, in fourth place and three points out of first place, hopes to regain the standings lead, currently held by Schlake 04, which faces Bochum on Friday (TV: 2:25 pm ET on Gol TV). Werder Bremen, currently in second place, faces Arminia Bielefeld on Saturday (TV: 11:30 am ET on Gol TV).

American keeper Kasey Keller and Borussia Moenchengladbach face third-place VfB Stuttgart on Sunday (TV: 1 pm ET on Gol TV).

In England, Reading, with Americans Marcus Hahnemannand Bobby Convey, face Fulham (Brian McBride and Carlos Bocanegra) on Saturday (TV: 10 am ET on Fox Soccer Channel).

The English Premier League's marquee match of the weekend takes place on Sunday when leader Manchester United tries to protect its three-point lead over second-place Chelsea (TV: 11 am ET on Fox Soccer Channel).

In Spain,Ronaldinho and leader Barcelona face ninth-place Villarreal on Saturday (TV: 2 pm ET on Gol TV).


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