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Real Madrid and Chelsea face road tests
February 22nd, 2011 12:26AM

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TAGS:  denmark, england, france, spain, uefa champions league

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[TELEVISION GUIDE] For giants Real Madrid and Chelsea, defeat is not an option when they play on the road Tuesday in the UEFA Champions League. A Real Madrid loss would mean four straight losses at Lyon's Stade Gerland and threaten to extend to extend the Merengues' string of exits in the round of 16 to seven. A Chelsea loss at FC Copenhagen's Parken Stadium could mean the end of the line for Blues manager Carlo Ancelotti. For viewing information on this week's four games ...

TUESDAY, February 22 (live)
FOX SPORTS NET
UEFA Champions League LYON-REAL MADRID (live) 2:30 pm.

FOX SOCCER CHANNEL
FC COPENHAGEN-CHELSEA (live) 2 pm.

FOX DEPORTES
LYON-REAL MADRID (live) 2:30 pm.

FOXSOCCER.tv
LYON-REAL MADRID (live) 2:45 pm.
FC COPENHAGEN-CHELSEA (On Demand) 5 pm.

WEDNESDAY, February 23 (live)
FOX SOCCER CHANNEL
MARSEILLE-MAN. UNITED (live) 2 pm.

FOX SOCCER PLUS
INTER MILAN-BAYERN MUNICH (live) 2 pm.

FOX DEPORTES
MARSEILLE-MAN. UNITED (live) 2:30 pm.

FOXSOCCER.tv
INTER MILAN-BAYERN MUNICH (live) 2:45 pm.
MARSEILLE-MAN. UNITED (On Demand) 5 pm.

Note: All times ET.



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