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Soccer Saturday: Your Running Commentary

Last season, Andre Villas Boas was fired after a lackluster spell as manager at Chelsea. This year, he has found a new home with Tottenham Hotspur, and today he gets the chance to exact revenge on the team that let him go.

Tottenham face off against Chelsea in an intriguing London rivalry that features two teams in the top five of the English Premier League table. Tottenham are currently in fifth, only behind fourth-placed Everton on goal differential. Chelsea are currently atop the EPL, like they have been for much of the season. The Blues have opened up a four-point lead.

In Italy, the two teams that look most capable of capturing this year’s Scudetto will meet as Juventus plays Napoli. And in Germany, Bayern Munich puts its still-perfect record on the line against Fortuna Dusseldorf.

Finally, don’t miss one of the final weekends of the MLS regular season, where four playoff spots remain. Three of them could potentially be clinched in the Eastern Conference today, depending on the results of several matches.

If you will be watching today’s action, please feel free to share your thoughts, opinions and some play-by-play in the comments section below.

Enjoy the action (Today’s TV schedule is after the jump):

7:45am- ESPN2- Tottenham vs. Chelsea

9:30am- GolTV- Fortuna Dusseldorf vs. Bayern Munich

10am- Fox Soccer Channel- Manchester United vs. Stoke City

10am- Fox Soccer Plus- West Bromwich Albion vs. Manchester City

10am- FoxSoccer2Go.com- Fulham vs. Aston Villa

10am- FoxSoccer2Go.com- Liverpool vs. Reading

10am- FoxSoccer2Go.com- Swanswea City vs. Wigan Athletic

10am- FoxSoccer2Go.com- West Ham vs. Southampton

10am-beIN Sport en Espanol- Malaga vs. Real Valladolid

11am- Univision Deportes- Paris St. Germain vs. Reims

Noon- beIN Sport- Juventus vs. Napoli

Noon- beIN Sport en Espanol- Real Madrid vs. Celta Vigo

12:30pm- Fox Soccer Channel- Norwich City vs. Arsenal

12:30pm- GolTV- Werder Bremen vs. Borussia Moenchengladbach

12:45pm- ESPN3.com- Heracles vs. Ajax

1:30pm- MLS Direct Kick- Toronto FC vs. Montreal Impact

1:45pm- ESPN3.com- PSV Eindhoven vs. Willem II

2pm- beIN Sport- Valencia vs. Athletic Bilbao

2pm- Univision Deportes- Rennes vs. Montpellier

2:30pm- GolTV- Borussia Dortmund vs. Schalke 04 (Delayed)

2:45pm- beIN Sport en Espanol- Lazio vs. AC Milan

4pm- beIN Sport- Deportivo La Coruna vs. Barcelona

7pm- MLS Direct Kick/MSG Plus- New York Red Bulls vs. Sporting Kansas City

7:05pm- Fox Soccer Channel- U.S. Women’s National Team vs. Germany

7:30pm- NBC Sports Network- Houston Dynamo vs. Philadelphia Union

7:30pm- MLS Direct Kick- D.C. United vs. Columbus Crew

7:30pm- MLS Direct Kick- New England Revolution vs. Chicago Fire

10:30pm- MLS Direct Kick- Chivas USA vs. Colorado Rapids

  • Liga

    It’s getting harder and harder to make arguments against Lionel Messi being the greatest ever.


  • Liga

    9 goals (Messi hat trick, Alba own goal and Pizzi penalty)
    9 cards (1 red)
    22 shots
    23 fouls
    115 turnovers

    Most intense and entertaining match of the year in any league.


  • ec

    Barca survive the game of the day, 5-4 final, but I don’t trust their defense at all for repeating in Champ’s League. Good times!


  • MiamiAl

    Amazing DC UNITED goal from Lewis Neal in extra time to beat the Crew 3-2. DC United now moves into 2nd place of the East! You’re gonna have to beat us at RFK now! Good luck!


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