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International Weekend TV Schedule
May 16th, 2008 7AM

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Portsmouth and Cardiff City, two unlikely teams, meet in Saturday's English FA Cup at Wembley Stadium. Italy's Scudetto will be decided on Sunday when leader Inter Milan and second-place Roma, one point back, travel to Parma and Catania, respectively. Mexico's playoffs continue with the second leg of the quarterfinals, while league play concludes in Germany and Spain. 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, May 18
FOX SOCCER CHANNEL

INDEPENDIENTE-RIVER PLATE (delay), 4 pm.

FOX SPORTS EN ESPANOL
INDEPENDIENTE-RIVER PLATE (live), 3 pm.

COLOMBIA
SUNDAY, May 18
ENVIGADO-MILLONARIOS (live), 4:30 pm.

ENGLAND
FRIDAY, May 16
SETANTA SPORTS USA
DONCASTER-SOUTHEND, League One, Semifinals, 2nd Leg (live), 2:30 pm.

SATURDAY, May 17
SETANTA SPORTS USA
League Two, Semifinals, 2nd Leg (live), 7 am.
League Two, Semifinals, 2nd Leg (live), 12:30 pm.

CLOSED CIRCUIT/PPV
PORTSMOUTH-CARDIFF CITY, FA Cup, Final (Setanta, live), 10 am.

GERMANY
SATURDAY, May 17

GOL TV

NUREMBERG-SCHALKE (live), 9:30 am.
BAYERN MUNICH-HERTHA BERLIN (delay), 11:30 am.

STUTTGART-ARMINIA BIELEFELD (delay), 2 pm.

ITALY
SUNDAY, May 18
FOX SOCCER CHANNEL
PARMA-INTER MILAN (live), 9 am.
CATANIA-ROMA (delay), 11 am.
AC MILAN-UDINESE (delay), 1 pm.

MEXICO
SATURDAY, May 17
TELEFUTURA
GUADALAJARA-MONTERREY Quarterfinals, Second Leg (live), 9 pm.

SUNDAY, May 18
UNIVISION
Mexico
SAN LUIS-TOLUCA, Quarterfinals, Second Leg (live), 1 pm.

PORTUGAL
SUNDAY, May 18
CLOSED CIRCUIT/PPV

SPORTING LISBON-PORTO, Cup (live), noon.

SCOTLAND
SATURDAY, May 17
CLOSED CIRCUIT/PPV
MOTHERWELL-RANGERS (Setanta, live), 6 am.

SUNDAY, May 18
CLOSED CIRCUIT/PPV
DUNDEE-CELTIC (Setanta, live), 8:30 am.

SPAIN
SATURDAY, May 17
GOL TV
MURCIA-BARCELONA (live), 4 pm.

SUNDAY, May 18
GOL TV
MALLORCA-ZARAGOZA (live), 12 pm.
REAL MADRID-LEVANTE (live), 2 pm.



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