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UEFA Champions League on the air
October 17th, 2011 11:45PM

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[TELEVISION GUIDE] Day 3 of the UEFA Champions League will be played Tuesday and Wednesday. High-profile games available on live television include Manchester City-Villarreal and Real Madrid-Lyon on Tuesday and Marseille-Arsenal on Wednesday. For all the games live and on delay on the Fox channels ...

All times ET.

(Click here for games on foxsoccer.tv.)

Tuesday:
Fox Soccer
2:30 PM ET, live 
Otelul Galati vs. Man. United
5:00 PM ET, delay
Real Madrid vs. Lyon

Fox Soccer Plus

2:30 PM, live
Man. City vs. Villarreal
5:00 PM, delay
Otelul Galati vs. Man. United
8:30 PM, delay
Man. City vs. Villarreal

Fox Deportes
2:30 PM, live
Real Madrid vs. Lyon
5:00 PM, delay
Otelul Galati vs. Man. United
7:00 PM, delay
Man. City vs. Villarreal
9:00 PM, delay
Real Madrid vs. Lyon

Wednesday:
Fox Soccer
2:00 AM ET, next-day delay
Man. City vs. Villarreal
9:00 AM, next-day delay
Napoli vs. Bayern Munich
11:00 AM, next-day delay
Lille vs. Inter Milan
2:30 PM, live
Marseille vs. Arsenal
5:00 PM, delay
Barcelona vs. Viktoria Plzen

Fox Soccer Plus
12:00 AM, next-day delay
Lille vs. Inter Milan
4:00 AM, next-day delay
Otelul Galati vs. Man. United
10:00 AM, next-day delay
Man. City vs. Villarreal
12:00 PM, next-day delay
Real Madrid vs. Lyon
2:30 PM, live
Chelsea vs. Genk
5:00 PM, delay
Marseille vs. Arsenal
8:30 PM, delay
Chelsea vs. Genk

Fox Deportes
10:00 AM, next-day delay

Lille vs. Inter Milan
12:00 PM, next-day delay
Napoli vs. Bayer Munich
2:30 PM, live
Barcelona vs. Viktoria Plzen
5:00 PM, delay
Chelsea vs. Genk

Thursday:
Fox Soccer
2:00 AM, next-day delay
Chelsea vs. Genk
2:00 PM, next-day delay
Bayer Leverkusen vs. Valencia
4:00 PM, next-day delay  
AC Milan vs. BATE Borisov

Fox Soccer Plus
Thursday:
12:00 AM, next-day delay
Barcelona vs. Viktoria Plzen
4:00 AM, next-day delay
Marseille vs. Arsenal
6:00 AM, next-day delay
Real Madrid vs. Lyon
3:00 PM, next-day delay
Lille vs. Inter Milan

Fox Deportes
3:30 PM, next-day delay

AC Milan vs. BATE Borisov
5:30 PM, next-day delay
Marseille vs. Arsenal



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