Soccer Saturday: Your Running Commentary

Soccer Saturday: Your Running Commentary

European Soccer

Soccer Saturday: Your Running Commentary


Gonzalo Higuain (AP) 

Real Madrid, Inter Milan and FC Twente all look to keep their grips on first place in their respective leagues today when Saturday soccer action kicks off around the world.

Real Madrid leads Barcelona on goal differential and will be looking for a home win vs. Sporting Gijon to maintain that margin, while Inter Milan faces a tough Palermo side on the road as Jose Mourinho's men look to stave off AC Milan's challenge in Serie A.

Tonight also marks the debut of Red Bull Arena, with the New York Red Bulls taking on Brazilian powerhouse Santos in a sold-out exhibition (6:30pm, FSC).

If you will be watching today's soccer 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):


10:30am-ESPN Deportes- Eintracht Frankfurt vs. Bayern Munich
11am-FSC-Everton vs. Bolton
11am- Fox Soccer Plus- Stoke City vs. Tottenham
1PM- Fox Soccer Plus- Fiorentina vs. Genoa
1PM- ESPN Deportes- Deportivo La Coruna vs. Valladolid
1PM- DirecTV Channel 456- Athletic Bilbao vs. Getafe
1:30PM- FSC- Arsenal vs. West Ham
1:30PM- GolTV- Borussia Dortmund vs. Bayer Leverkusen
3PM- ESPN Deportes- Real Madrid vs. Sporting Gijon
3PM- Fox Soccer Plus- Bristol City vs. Newcastle
3:30PM- FSC- Palermo vs. Inter Milan
4PM- GolTV- Palmeiras vs. Ponte Preta
5PM- ESPN Deportes- Espanyol vs. Sevilla
5PM-Fox Soccer Plus- Sunderland vs. Birmingham (Delayed)
6:30PM-FSC- New York Red Bulls vs. Santos
7PM-Fox Soccer Plus- Wigan vs. Burnley (Delayed)
7PM-ESPN Deportes- PSV Eindhoven vs. FC Twente (Delayed)
7PM- Telemundo/mun2- Monterrey vs. Chivas de Guadalajara
7:15PM-GolTV-Santa Fe vs. Millonarios
8:30PM- FSC- Portsmouth vs. Hull City (Delayed)
9PM- ESPN Deportes- Morelia vs. Atlante
9:30PM- GolTV- Atletico Junior vs. Cartagena
11PM- Telefutura- San Luis vs. Toluca

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