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Sixteen hours of soccer
February 11th, 2009 7AM
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[TELEVISION]The USA-Mexico game in Columbus isn't the only game on television on Wednesday. You could spend 16 straight hours watching all kinds of soccer action -- qualifiers from Asia, a repeat of the 2005 USA-Mexico game in Columbus, the France-Argentina friendly and the opening game of American Michael Orozco's San Luis in the Libertadores Cup.

5 AM
Fox Soccer Channel:World Cup 2010 JAPAN-AUSTRALIA, Qualifier (live)
A top-of-the-table clash between two undefeated teams in Group 1.

11 AM
Fox Soccer Channel:World Cup 2010 IRAN-SOUTH KOREA, Qualifier (delay)
The top teams in Group 2 meet in Tehran.

1 PM
ESPN Deportes: World Cup 2006 USA-MEXICO, Qualifier (repeat)
The USA clinched a berth in the 2006 finals with a 2-0 win.

2:30 PM
Gol TV:Friendly GERMANY-NORWAY (live)
In-form Bayern striker Miroslav Klose and Mario Gomez will start up front.

3 PM
ESPN2 & ESPN Deportes: Friendly ARGENTINA-FRANCE (live)
This is Diego Maradona's second match in charge, and he'll be without playmaker Juan Roman Riquelme because of scheduling conflict. Maradona isn't happy with the Argentine federation over its lack of support. "I thought the national team was the important thing," says Maradona.

5:30 PM
Fox Soccer Channel:Libertadores Cup SAN LORENZO-SAN LUIS (live)
Orozco has been starting for San Luis but is sidelined for the opener in Argentina with an injury.

7 PM
ESPN2 & Univision:World Cup 2010 USA-MEXICO, Qualifier (live)
Vamanos!



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