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Welcome to Big Friday
by Paul Kennedy, September 2nd, 2010 11:31PM

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[TELEVISION WATCH] Soccer fans will have to get used to new viewing days as Friday's opening day of play in Euro 2010 qualifying marks the new Tuesday-Friday days for international matches during double-fixture windows. The  new Tuesday game days are intended to allow players to get home to their clubs a day earlier, and the Friday game days then keep three days of rest between international matches. For viewing information on Friday's 15 games available for viewing ...

EURO 2010 QUALIFYING (on the air Friday)
FOX SOCCER CHANNEL
ENGLAND-BULGARIA (live) 3 pm.

FOX SPORTS EN ESPANOL

ENGLAND-BULGARIA (live) 3 pm.

ESPN DEPORTES
LIECHTENSTEIN-SPAIN (live) 2:45 pm.
BELGIUM-GERMANY (delay) 4:45 pm.
ESTONIA-ITALY (delay), 7 pm.

ESPN3.com
ARMENIA-IRELAND (live) 11 am.
KAZAKHSTAN-TURKEY (live) noon.
ANDORRA-RUSSIA (live) 12:30 pm.
FAEROE ISLANDS-SERBIA (live) 1 pm.
SWEDEN-HUNGARY (live), 2 pm.
SLOVAKIA-MACEDONIA (live), 2:30 pm.
ESTONIA-ITALY (live) 2:30 pm.
SLOVENIA-NORTHERN IRELAND (live) 2:45 pm.
BELGIUM-GERMANY (live) 2:45 pm.
GREECE-GEORGIA (live) 2:45 pm.
SAN MARINO-NETHERLANDS (live) 2:45 pm.
LIECHTENSTEIN-SPAIN (live) 2:45 pm.
FRANCE-BELARUS (live) 3 pm.
PORTUGAL-CYPRUS (live) 3:45 pm.

All times ET.



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