Soccer Sunday: Your Running Commentary

Soccer Sunday: Your Running Commentary

European Soccer

Soccer Sunday: Your Running Commentary


DaniAlvesRonaldo (Reuters)

Barcelona and Real Madrid have been locked in a battle for the league title all season long and today marks the final weekend in one of the best championship races in La Liga history.

Barcelona takes a one-point lead into its match with relegation-battling Real Valladolid, a match the champions are expected to win. If Barcelona slips up, Real Madrid will have a chance to grab the trophy, assuming the 'Galacticos' can dispose of Malaga.

The Spanish League and Brazilian league are on the schedule on an otherwise slow soccer Sunday as we move closer to the World Cup. Women's soccer fans also have a viewing option, with Atlanta taking on Washington in WPS action.

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):


1pm– ESPN2/ESPN Deportes/ESPN3- Barcelona vs. Real Valladolid

1pm– DirecTV- Osasuna vs. Xerez

1pm– DirecTV- Valencia vs. Tenerife

1pm– DirecTV- Malaga vs. Real Madrid

1pm– Mexico vs. Chile (Friendly)

3pm– GolTV- Gremio vs. Corinthians

5:30pm– GolTV- Vasco da Gama vs. Palmeiras

6pm– FSC- Atlanta Beat vs. Washington Freedom


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