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International Weekend TV Schedule
February 15th, 2008 6:30AM

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This weekend's marquee match is the Manchester United-Arsenal clash, a battle of EPL leaders in the fifth round of the FA Cup. The other big match pits Juventus against Roma in a battle of Italian giants. For all the weekend international action ...

(All times Eastern. TV programming is always subject to change. Check your local listings.)

ARGENTINA

SUNDAY, Feb. 17
FOX SOCCER CHANNEL
NEWELL'S OB-RIVER PLATE (delay), 5 pm.
FOX SPORTS EN ESPANOL
NEWELL'S OB-RIVER PLATE (live), 2 pm.

COLOMBIA

SATURDAY, Feb. 16
GOL TV
AMERICA-ONCE CALDAS (live), 6:15 pm.

SUNDAY, Feb. 17
GOL TV
MILLONARIOS-LA EQUIDAD (live), 5:30 pm.

ENGLAND

SATURDAY, Feb. 16
FOX SOCCER CHANNEL
LIVERPOOL-BARNSLEY, FA Cup, 5th Round (live), 10 am.
CHELSEA-HUDDERSFIELD, FA Cup, 5th Round (delay), noon.
PPV-SETANTA
MAN. UNITED-ARSENAL, FA Cup, 5th Round (live), noon.

SUNDAY, Feb. 17
FOX SOCCER CHANNEL
PRESTON NORTH END-PORTSMOUTH, FA Cup, 5th Round (live), 11 am.

SETANTA SPORTS USA
MONACO-BORDEAUX (live), noon.
MARSEILLE-PARIS SG (live), 2:45 pm.

PPV-SETANTA
SHEFFIELD UTD.-MIDDLESBROUGH, FA Cup, 5th Round (live), noon.

GERMANY

SATURDAY, Feb. 16
GOL TV
KARLSRUHE-BAYER LEVERKUSEN (live), 9:30 am.
WERDER BREMEN-NUREMBERG (live), 11:30 am.

SUNDAY, Feb. 17
GOL TV
HANNOVER-BAYERN MUNICH (live), 11 am.

ITALY

SATURDAY, Feb. 16
FOX SOCCER CHANNEL
JUVENTUS-ROMA (live), 2:30 pm.
PARMA-AC MILAN (delay), 4:30 pm.

SUNDAY, Feb. 17
FOX SOCCER CHANNEL
GENOA-SAMPDORIA (live), 9 am.
FIORENTINA-CATANIA (delay), 2:30 pm.

MEXICO

SATURDAY, Feb. 16
ESPN DEPORTES
CRUZ AZUL-VERACRUZ (live), 6 pm.
AZTECA AMERICA
CRUZ AZUL-VERACRUZ (live), 6 pm.
MORELIA-MONTERREY (live), 8 pm.

SUNDAY, Feb. 17
AZTECA AMERICA
SANTOS-ATLANTE (live), 5 pm.

NETHERLANDS

SUNDAY, Feb. 17
SETANTA SPORTS USA
FEYENOORD-VITESSE (live), 8:30 am.

SPAIN

SATURDAY, Feb. 16
GOL TV
REAL BETIS-REAL MADRID (live), 2 pm.
REAL ZARAGOZA-BARCELONA (live), 4 pm.

SUNDAY, Feb. 17
GOL TV
GETAFE-VALENCIA (live), 1 pm.
ATLETICO MADRID-ATHLETIC BILBAO (live), 3 pm.



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