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February 22nd, 2008 6:31AM
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(All times Eastern unless noted. TV programming is always subject to change. Check your local listings.)

ENGLAND
SATURDAY, Feb. 23
FOX SOCCER CHANNEL
FULHAM-WEST HAM (live), 10 am.
NEWCASTLE-MANCHESTER UNITED (live), noon.
WIGAN-DERBY COUNTY (delay), 4:30 pm.

SETANTA SPORTS USA
BIRMINGHAM-ARSENAL (live), 7:30 am.
LIVERPOOL-MIDDLESBROUGH (live), 9:45 am.
PORTSMOUTH-SUNDERLAND (delay), 12:15 pm.

SUNDAY, Feb. 24
FOX SOCCER CHANNEL
BLACKBURN-BOLTON (live), 11 am.
BLACKBURN-BOLTON (delay), 11 pm.

FOX SPORTS EN ESPANOL
BLACKBURN-BOLTON (delay), 4 pm.

SETANTA SPORTS USA
TOTTENHAM-CHELSEA, League Cup, Final (live), 9:30 am.

GERMANY
SATURDAY, Feb. 23
GOL TV
EINTRACHT FRANKFURT-WERDER BREMEN (live), 9:30 am.
BAYER LEVERKUSEN-SCHALKE (live), 11:30 am.

SUNDAY, Feb. 24
GOL TV
Germany
BAYERN MUNICH-HAMBURG (live), 11 am.

MONDAY, Feb. 25
No live games.

ITALY
SATURDAY, Feb. 23
FOX SOCCER CHANNEL
REGGINA-JUVENTUS (live), 2:30 pm.

SUNDAY, Feb. 24
FOX SOCCER CHANNEL
ROMA-FIORENTINA (live), 9 am.
AC MILAN-PALERMO (live), 2:30 pm.

FOX SPORTS EN ESPANOL
Italy
ROMA-FIORENTINA (live), noon.
Italy AC MILAN-PALERMO (delay), 6 pm.

MEXICO
FRIDAY, Feb. 22
FOX SPORTS EN ESPANOL
VERACRUZ-TOLUCA (live), 7 pm.

SATURDAY, Feb. 23
GALAVISION
ATLANTE-TIGRES (live), 10 pm.


TELEFUTURA
GUADALAJARA-SAN LUIS (live), 8 pm.

SUNDAY, Feb. 24
TELEFUTURA
CLUB AMERICA-SANTOS (live), 5 pm.


UNIVISION
UNAM-NECAXA (live), 1 pm.

SPAIN
SATURDAY, Feb. 23
GOL TV
VALENCIA-RECREATIVO HUELVA (live), 2 pm.
SEVILLA-ZARAGOZA (live), 4 pm.

SUNDAY, Feb. 24
GOL TV
Spain BARCELONA-LEVANTE (live), 1 pm.
Spain REAL MADRID-GETAFE (live), 3 pm.

 

 



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