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International Weekend TV Schedule
January 11th, 2008 7AM

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After a week off because of play in the FA Cup, the English Premier League resumes with nine games available on U.S. television. Leader Arsenal hosts Birmingham Saturday, while second-place Manchester United plays Newcastle in the Magpies' first game since the exit of Manager Sam Allardyce. Play also resumes in Italy's Serie A after its winter break. In Spain, leader Real Madrid travels to last-place Levante on Saturday.

 

(All times Eastern unless noted. TV programming is always subject to change, so check your local listings.)

ENGLAND

Saturday, Jan. 12
FOX SOCCER CHANNEL
England
ARSENAL-BIRMINGHAM (live), 9:55 am.
England MAN. UNITED-NEWCASTLE (live), noon.
England EVERTON-MAN. CITY (delay), 4:30 pm.

SETANTA SPORTS USA
England
MIDDLESBROUGH-LIVERPOOL (live), 9:45 am.
England WEST HAM-FULHAM (delay), 2:30 pm.
England ASTON VILLA-READING (delay), 6 pm.
England CHELSEA-TOTTENHAM (delay), 7:45 pm.

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England CHELSEA-TOTTENHAM (live), 9:55 am.

Sunday, Jan. 13
FOX SOCCER CHANNEL
England BOLTON-BLACKBURN (live), 11 am.

SETANTA SPORTS USA
England
SUNDERLAND-PORTSMOUTH (live), 8:25 am.

FRANCE
Sunday, Jan. 13
SETANTA SPORTS USA
France PARIS SG-LENS (live), 11:55 am.
France RENNES-MARSEILLE (live), 2:50 pm.

ITALY
Saturday, Jan. 12
FOX SOCCER CHANNEL
Italy CATANIA-JUVENTUS (live), 2:25 pm.

Sunday, Jan. 13
FOX SOCCER CHANNEL
Italy
LAZIO-GENOA (live), 9 am.
Italy AC MILAN-NAPOLI (live), 2:25 pm.

SPAIN
Saturday, Jan. 12
GOL TV
Spain
BARCELONA-MURCIA (live), 1:55 pm.
Spain ATHLETIC BILBAO-SEVILLA (live), 3:55 pm.

Sunday, Jan. 13
GOL TV
Spain
VILLARREAL-DEP. CORUNA (live), 10:55 am.
Spain LEVANTE-REAL MADRID (live), 12:55 pm.
Spain ATLETICO MADRID-VALENCIA (live), 2:55 pm.



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