AC Milan will look to rebound from last week's Serie A upset loss with a win against Catania today.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic stole the show in mid-week with two goals in a UEFA Champions League victory against Auxerre, but he and the rest of Milan's loaded attack must come through today to keep Milan from falling too far behind Inter Milan in the race for the Scudetto.
Americans Stuart Holden and Brad Friedel will do battle today, while u.S. national team goalkeepers Tim Howard and Marcus Hahnemann will also be in action today.
MLS features some quality match-ups as well, with a desperate Chicago Fire side looking to upset Real Salt Lake and the Columbus Crew facing the Seattle Sounders in a preview of the U.S. Open Cup Final.
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 Schedule is after the jump):
TODAY'S SOCCER ON TV
9:30am– GolTV- Bayern Munich vs. Cologne
9:30am– ESPN3.com- Werder Bremen vs. FSV Mainz 05
10am– Fox Soccer Channel- Tottenham vs. Wolverhampton
10am– Fox Soccer Plus- Everton vs. Newcastle
Noon– Fox Soccer Plus- Fiorentina vs. Lazio
12:30pm– Fox Soccer Channel- Sunderland vs. Arsenal
2pm– GolTV- Sporting Gijon vs. Athletic Bilbao
2:45pm– Fox Soccer Channel- AC Milan vs. Catania
4pm– Telefutura- Real Salt Lake vs. Chicago Fire
4pm– GolTV- Real Sociedad vs. Real Madrid
5pm- Fox Soccer Channel– Blackburn vs. Fulham (Delayed)
6pm- Fox Soccer Plus– Aston Villa vs. Bolton (Delayed)
6pm– GolTV- Botafogo vs. Cruzeiro
7:20pm– GolTV- Atletico Huila vs. Nacional de Medellin
7:30pm– DIrect Kick- Columbus Crew vs. Seattle Sounders
8pm– Telemundo- Chivas de Guadalajara vs. Jaguares
8pm– Fox Sports Espanol- Veracruz vs. Irapuato
8:30pm– Direct Kick- Houston Dynamo vs. Toronto FC
9pm– Direct Kick- Colorado Rapids vs. New England Revolution
9:45pm– Telefutura- San Luis vs. Pachuca
10pm– Telemundo- Atlante vs. Morelia
10:30pm– Fox Soccer Channel- Los Angeles Galaxy vs. D.C. United
Good Call on that one Kitten
taste of their own medicine, wolves are whack.
Anyone know of a way I could mute Phil Schoen and keep Ray Hudson? The former does not know anything about anything.
Damn ronaldinho is nasty. He always has at least two defenders on him, and he still orchestrates Millan’s offense. If not for that nasty cross Milan would still be down at half time, in a game they should be loosing ( very bad defense).
No lie… that is an absolute pounding. Although at least they have picked up a few points. Schalke is still winless
What a great ending to the Sunderland match. Those boys have some spirit in them!
You sound like an idiot I have no clue what the hell you’re talking about. Salcido was the best player on the field because of his defensive play not just because of the assist, don’t bother responding because I’m done arguing with you lol
nonsense red card for Arsenal. just stupid
Darren Bent is gonna put one away. He’s making some dangerous runs.
Lazio has been looking good the last 2 weeks, not sure if it has as much to do with them today or if Fiorentina is just that bad.
Sorry to break up the EPL party but I love me some Serie A!
Through your logic, Dembele should be MOTM because he set up Salcido. Then whoever passed to Dembele set him up and this logic could go on and on but the fact is that Fulham got a point because Dempsey put a ball in the back of the net. A great cross is only that “a great cross” without someone to find that cross and convert.
man, Arsenal has no luck at al with injuries
You can change into a blank one if you get blood on it or it rips, I’ve seen it happen before in the Premier League
Fabregas off and straight to the dressing room, can’t be good for Arsenal