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Euro 2012 qualifying schedule
October 7th, 2010 5PM

TAGS:  european championship, germany, television


[TELEVISION WATCH] Euro 2012 qualifying continues on Friday, the new viewing day for international soccer. Eight games -- including the Germany-Turkey game in Berlin -- will be available for viewing. For complete viewing information  ...

Spain vs. Lithuania (live) 3:55 pm.
Germany vs. Turkey (delay) 6 pm.
Moldova vs. Netherlands (delay) Saturday, 11 am.
Northern Ireland vs. Italy (delay) Saturday, 1 pm.
France vs. Romania (live) Saturday, 2:55 pm.
Montenegro vs. Switzerland (live) 2:30 pm.
Wales vs. Bulgaria (live) 2:30 pm.
Moldova vs. Netherlands (live) 2:30 pm.
Northern Ireland vs. Italy (live) 2:45 pm.
Germany vs. Turkey (live) 2:45 pm.
Ireland vs. Russia (live) 2:45 pm.
Portugal vs. Denmark (live) 3:45 pm.
Spain vs. Lithuania  (live) 4 pm.

France vs. Romania (live), 2:55 pm.

France vs. Romania (live) 3 pm.
Note: all times ET.

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