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UEFA Champions League TV Schedule
September 30th, 2008 7AM

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The UEFA Champions League resumes with Day 2 of group play. Tuesday's marquee game is last year's UEFA Cup champion, Zenit St. Petersburg, against Real Madrid. For all the games on television ...

(All times Eastern.)

TUESDAY, Sept. 30
ESPN2
AALBORG-MANCHESTER UNITED (live), 2:30 pm.

ESPN CLASSIC
ZENIT PETERSBURG-REAL MADRID (delay), 5 pm.

ESPN DEPORTES
ZENIT PETERSBURG-REAL MADRID (live), 12:25 pm.
VILLARREAL-CELTIC (live), 2:30 pm.
ARSENAL-PORTO (delay), 4:45 pm.
AALBORG-MANCHESTER UNITED (delay), 7:30 pm.

SETANTA SPORTS USA
ARSENAL-PORTO (live), 2 pm.
FENERBAHCE-DYNAMO KIEV (delay), 5:40 pm.
BAYERN MUNICH-LYON (delay), 7:30 pm.

WEDNESDAY, Oct. 1
ESPN2
LIVERPOOL-PSV (live), 2:30 pm.

ESPN CLASSIC
SHAKTHAR DONETSK-BARCELONA (delay), 5 pm.

ESPN DEPORTES
SHAKTHAR DONETSK-BARCELONA (live), 2:30 pm.
LIVERPOOL-PSV (delay), 4:45 pm.
ATLETICO MADRID-MARSEILLE (delay), 7:30 pm.

SETANTA SPORTS USA
CLUJ-CHELSEA (live), 2 pm.
ANORTHOSIS-PANATHINAIKOS (delay), 5:40 pm.
SPORTING LISBON-BASEL (delay), 7:30 pm.

 

 



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