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International Weekend TV Schedule
April 25th, 2008 6:45AM

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Saturday's Manchester United-Chelsea -- a potential preview of the UEFA Champions League final -- should decide the English Premier League race. The races in Spain, Italy and Germany could be decided this weekend. Real Madrid will wrap up its 31st Spanish league title if it beats Athletic Bilbao at the Bernabeu Stadium on Sunday and both Villarreal and Barcelona fail to win their games this weekend. Inter Milan will retain its Italian Serie A title if it beats Cagliari Sunday and second-place Roma loses at home to Torino. Bayern Munich can clinch its 21st German championship if Werder Bremen and Schalke 04 lose on Saturday and it then wins at home to VfB Stuttgart on Sunday. For all the weekend international action on television ...

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

ARGENTINA
SUNDAY, April 27
FOX SPORTS EN ESPANOL
SAN LORENZO-BOCA JUNIORS (live), 3 pm.

COLOMBIA
SATURDAY, April 26
GOL TV
MILLONARIOS-INDEPENDIENTE SANTA FE (live), 7 pm.

SUNDAY, April 27
DEP. CALI-ENVIGADO (delay), 7 pm.

ECUADOR
SATURDAY, April 26
GOL TV
ESPOLI-EMELEC (live), 5 pm.

ENGLAND
SATURDAY, April 26
FOX SOCCER CHANNEL
SUNDERLAND-MIDDLESBROUGH (live), 10 am.
TOTTENHAM-BOLTON (delay), noon.
WIGAN-READING (delay), 2 pm.

SETANTA SPORTS USA
CHELSEA-MANCHESTER UNITED (live), 7:30 am.
BIRMINGHAM-LIVERPOOL (live), 10 am.
WEST HAM-NEWCASTLE (delay), 2:15 pm.
MANCHESTER CITY-FULHAM (delay), 4:15 pm.

SUNDAY, April 26
FOX SOCCER CHANNEL

EVERTON-ASTON VILLA (live), 11 am.

SETANTA SPORTS USA
PORTSMOUTH-BLACKBURN (delay), 7 pm.

MONDAY, April 28

SETANTA SPORTS USA
DERBY COUNTY-ARSENAL (live), 3 pm.

FRANCE
SUNDAY,
April 27
SETANTA SPORTS USA
VALENCIENNES-NANCY (live), noon.
MONACO-MARSEILLE (live), 2:45 pm.

GERMANY
SATURDAY, April 26
GOL TV
KARLSRUHER-WERDER BREMEN (live), 9:30 am.
HAMBURG-SCHALKE (delay), 11:30 am.

Sunday, April 27
GOL TV
BAYERN MUNICH-STUTTGART (live), 11 am.

ITALY
SUNDAY, April 27
FOX SOCCER CHANNEL
ROMA-TORINO (delay), 2:30 pm.
INTER MILAN-CAGLIARI (delay), 4:30 pm.

MEXICO
SATURDAY, April 26
AZTECA AMERICA
VERACRUZ-UNAM (delay), 10 pm.

ESPN DEPORTES
PACHUCA-CHIAPAS (live) 7:55 pm.

GALAVISION
SAN LUIS-ATLAS (live), 6 pm.
ATLANTE-MONTERREY (live), 10 pm.
TIGRES-SANTOS (delay), midnight

TELEFUTURA
GUADALAJARA-PUEBLA (live), 8 pm.

SUNDAY, April 27
AZTECA AMERICA

CRUZ AZUL-MORELIA (live), 6 pm.
PACHUCA-CHIAPAS (live), 8 pm.

TELEFUTURA
NECAXA-CLUB AMERICA (live), 5 pm.

UNIVISION
TOLUCA-UAG (live), 1 pm.

SCOTLAND
SUNDAY, April 26
CLOSED CIRCUIT/PPV
CELTIC-RANGERS (Setanta, live), 7:30 am.

SPAIN
SATURDAY, April 26
GOL TV
DEPORTIVO CORUNA-BARCELONA (live), 2 pm.

SUNDAY, April 27
BETIS-VILLARREAL (delay), 1 pm.
REAL MADRID-ATH. BILBAO (live), 3 pm.
GETAFE-ATL. MADRID (delay), 5 pm.



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