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UEFA Champions League live!
April 2nd, 2012 4:53PM
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[TELEVISION GUIDE] The second leg of the UEFA Champions League quarterfinals will be held Tuesday and Wednesday. Held to a 0-0 tie at the San Siro, Barcelona will be under pressure to beat AC Milan in Tuesday's return match at the Nou Camp. In the other series, Bayern Munich, Chelsea and Real Madrid all return home with leads after winning on the road. For the complete schedule ...

Note: Matches will be available live or on demand on Fox Soccer 2Go.

Tuesday:
FOX SOCCER
Barcelona vs. AC Milan (live) 2:30 PM
Bayern Munich vs. Marseille (delay) 5:00 PM
FOX SOCCER PLUS
Bayern Munich vs. Marseille (live) 2:30 PM
Barcelona vs. AC Milan (delay) 5:00 PM
FOX SPORTS NET
Bayern Munich vs. Marseille (live) 2:30 PM

Wednesday:
FOX SOCCER
Chelsea vs. Benfica (live) 2:30 PM
Real Madrid vs. APOEL (delay) 5:00 PM
FOX SOCCER PLUS
Real Madrid vs. APOEL (live) 2:30 PM
Chelsea vs. Benfica  (delay) 5:00 PM
FOX SPORTS NET
Real Madrid vs. APOEL (live) 2:30 PM



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