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This Weekend’s Soccer on TV

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With the exception of Aston Villa fans and a handful of prognosticators, there weren't many people who could have seen Aston Villa have the type of season it is currently enjoying.

Brad Friedel and Villa is currently tied for third place in the English Premier League and can take sole possession of third with a win against Arsenal on Sunday in the weekend's top match.

The EPL is the lone top league in action this weekend so the TV schedule is on the light side this time around. That doesn't mean there aren't good storylines. You've got Marcus Hahnemann and suddenly streaking Wolves taking on Liverpool as well as Fulham facing Tottenham in a London Derby showdown on Saturday before taking on another London club, first-place Chelsea, on Monday.

Here is this weekend's schedule of matches on TV, including some Monday tilts:


7:45am– ESPN2- Birmingham City vs. Chelsea

8am– FSC/FSE- Fulham vs. Tottenham

8am– Setanta USA- West Ham United vs. Portsmouth

10am– FSC/FSE- Sunderland vs. Everton

10am– Setanta USA- Manchester City vs. Stoke City

10am– Setanta Xtra- Wigan vs. Blackburn

12:30pm– FSC/FSE- Liverpool vs. Wolves

1pm– Setanta USA- Leicester City vs. Sheffield United

2:30pm-FSC- Burnley vs. Bolton (Delayed)

2:30pm– FSE- Fulham vs. Tottenham (Delayed)

3pm– Setanta USA- Wigan vs. Blackburn (Delayed)

3am– FSC- Sydney FC vs. Adelaide United


8:30am– Setanta USA- Arsenal vs. Aston Villa

11am– FSC/FSE- Hull City vs. Manchester United

1pm– Telemundo- Catalonia vs. Argentina (Taped)

11pm– FSC- Hull City vs. Manchester United (Delayed)


7:30am- FSC/FSE- Tottenham vs. West Ham

10am– FSC- Blackburn vs. Sunderland

10am– Setanta USA- Chelsea vs. Fulham

10am– Setanta Xtra- Everton vs. Burnley

12:20pm– Newcastle United vs. Derby County

1:45pm– Setanta USA- Chelsea vs. Fulham (Delayed)

2:45pm– ESPN2- Wolves vs. Manchester City

8:45pm– Setanta USA- Everton vs. Burnley


What matches will you be looking forward to?

Share your thoughts below.


  1. Pete – I have followed Bayern since growing up in Jersey and watching Soccer made in Germany and the Cosmos when I was a kid. I love German football and think it is the way football was meant to be played. As for the rest of us GIs here in Germany, not sure how many if many at all follow football here. But we do live near Hoffe, Frankfurt, Stuttgart and Kaiserslautern–those are the teams GIs would likely watch. As for me I follow the entire league and my heart is always with Bayern.

  2. Anyone can do it, would anyone actually complete it in a game?

    If he has to wait until the mls season starts to show his form, it’s too late. I suppose he has to hope for an injury to someone in training, maybe he’ll get the nod then.


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