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Euro 2008 Qualifying TV Schedule
November 16th, 2007 7AM



Euro 2008 qualifying concludes Saturday with a full slate of games. Ten qualifiers will be available on U.S. cable or pay-per-view, most notably Scotland-Italy and Israel-Russia.

Group A
(12 games)
Poland 24 points;
Portugal 23;
Serbia 20;
Finland 20;
Belgium 15;
Armenia 9 (10 games);
Kazakhstan 7;
Azerbaijan 5 (10 games).

Saturday, November 17
Finland vs. Azerbaijan
Portugal vs. Armenia (TV: Setanta Sports USA, live, 3:55 ET)
Serbia vs. Kazakhstan
Poland vs. Belgium (TV: PPV-Setanta, live, 2:25 ET)

Group B
(10 games)
France 25 points (11 games);
Scotland 24 (11 games);
Italy 23;
Ukraine 16;
Lithuania 10;
Georgia 10 (11 games);
Faeroe Islands 0 (11 games).

Saturday November 17
Scotland vs. Italy (TV: ESPN Deportes, live, 11:55 am ET)
Lithuania vs. Ukraine

Group C
(10 games)
*Greece 25 points;
Norway 20;
Turkey 19;
Bosnia 13 (11 games);
Hungary 12;
Moldova 9 (11 games);
Malta 5.

November 17, 2007
Moldova vs. Hungary
Greece vs. Malta (TV: PPV-Setanta, live, 1:25 ET)
Norway vs. Turkey (TV: Setanta Sports USA, live, 12:55 ET)

Group D
(10 games)
*Czech Republic 23 points
*Germany 23;
Ireland 16 (11 games);
Cyprus 14;
Slovakia 13;
Wales 13;
San Marino 0 (11 games).

Saturday November 17
Wales vs. Ireland
Czech Republic vs. Slovakia (TV: Fox Soccer Channel, live, 2:30 pm ET)
Germany vs. Cyprus

Group E
(10 games)
Croatia 26 points;
England 23 (11 games)
Russia 21;
Israel 17;
Macedonia 11;
Estonia 4 (11 games);
Andorra 0.

November 17, 2007
Israel vs. Russia (TV: Fox Soccer Channel, live, noon ET)
Andorra vs. Estonia
Macedonia vs. Croatia (TV: PPV-Setanta, live, 1:55 ET)

Group F
(10 games)
Sweden 23 points;
Spain 22;
Denmark 17;
Northern Ireland 17;
Latvia 9;
Iceland 8 (11 games);
Liechtenstein 7 (11 games).

November 17, 2007
Spain vs. Sweden (TV: Gol TV, live, 4pm ET)
Northern Ireland vs. Denmark
Latvia vs. Liechtenstein

Group G
(10 games)
*Romania 26 points;
Netherlands 23;
Bulgaria 19;
Albania 11;
Slovenia 11 (11 games);
Belarus 7;
Luxembourg 3 (11 games).

Saturday, November 17
Bulgaria vs. Romania
Albania vs. Belarus
Netherlands vs. Luxembourg


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