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UEFA Champions League TV Schedule
October 21st, 2008 7AM

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The UEFA Champions League resumes with Day 3 of the group stage on Tuesday and Wednesday. Tuesday's action includes two Manchester United-Celtic, a battle of English and Scottish champions, and Juventus-Real Madrid, a matchup of teams that have won 11 European Cup titles between them.

TUESDAY, Oct. 21

ESPN2
MANCHESTER UNITED-CELTIC (live), 2:30 pm.

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

ESPN DEPORTES
JUVENTUS-REAL MADRID (live), 2:30 pm.
FENERBAHCE-ARSENAL (delay), 4:45 pm.
MANCHESTER UNITED-CELTIC (delay), 7:30 pm.

SETANTA SPORTS USA
ZENIT-BATE (live), 12:15 pm.
FENERBAHCE-ARSENAL (live), 2:45 pm.
PORTO-DYNAMO KIEV (delay), 6 pm.

WEDNESDAY, Oct. 22

ESPN2
ATLETICO MADRID-LIVERPOOL (live), 2:30 pm.

ESPN CLASSIC
CHELSEA-ROMA (delay), 5 pm.

ESPN DEPORTES
BASEL-BARCELONA (live), 2:30 pm.
ATLETICO MADRID-LIVERPOOL (delay), 4:45 pm.
CHELSEA-ROMA (delay), 7:30 pm.

SETANTA SPORTS USA
CHELSEA-ROMA (live), 2 pm.
PANATHINAIKOS-WERDER BREMEN (delay), 5:35 pm.
SHAKHTAR-SPORTING LISBON (delay), 8 pm.



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