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With Liverpool having already booked their place in the FA Cup Final, today we will find out which London club will join them at Wembley with silverware on the line.

Rivals Tottenham and Chelsea square off today in their FA Cup semifinal, and while both are fighting for a place in the Premier League Top Four, and Chelsea has the Champions League semifinals against Barcelona to think about, today's FA Cup tilt should still be a hotly-contested clash.

Manchester United will be back at Old Trafford today, looking to make up for the embarrassing loss to Wigan during the week. With Manchester City suddenly on the winning track again, the pressure is suddenly back on the Red Devils to keep some distance between themselves and their neighbors.

MLS Week 6 concludes tonight, with the Chicago Fire playing host to the Houston Dynamo, which come off a bye week and will look to record a third win of the season to climb up the Eastern Conference standings.

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):


6 a.m. - Deportes - Espanyol vs. Valencia

9:30 a.m. - Deportes - Borussia Monchengladbach vs. FC Cologne

11 a.m. – Fox Soccer Channel - Manchester United vs. Aston Villa

11 a.m. - FoxSoccer2Go - Sochaux vs. Dijon

11 a.m. - FoxSoccer2Go - Nancy vs. Bordeaux

11 a.m. – FoxSoccer2Go - Lorient vs. Montpellier

11 a.m. - FoxSoccer2Go - Valenciennes vs. Evian Thonon Gaillard

11 a.m. - FoxSoccer2Go - St. Etienne vs. Brest

11 a.m. - FoxSoccer2Go - Lille vs. Ajaccio

12 p.m. - GOLTV – Athletic Bilbao vs. Mallorca

1 p.m. – Univision - Toluca vs. Cruz Azul

1 p.m. - Fox Soccer Channel - Tottenham vs. Chelsea

2:45 p.m. - FoxSoccer2Go/Fox Deportes/ - Roma vs. Fiorentina

3 p.m. - GOLTV - Ponte Preta vs. Corinthians

3 p.m. – Fox Soccer Plus/FoxSoccer2Go - Auxerre vs. Paris-St. Germain

3:30 p.m. - Deportes - Rayo Vallecano vs. Atletico Madrid

7 p.m. - Galavision - Chicago Fire vs. Houston Dynamo

7 p.m. - GOLTV - Tigre vs. Boca Juniors


  1. Really a starter for Arsenal? And where exactly? Surely not over RVP. And the wings? They have 3 legit options for 2 spots already. Dempsey would be a squad player on the same tier Ramsey.

  2. 1st: Your presumption he’s exclusively locked in to staying in England is YOUR OWN presumption.

    2: What isn’t a presumption is he wants Champions League football. That can be attained, specifically with someone of his skill set, outside of England, too.

    3: To say he’d be 3rd or 4th on the depth chart on every other EPL-CL bound squad is ridiculous statement for effect.

    However, no one is under the assumption he’ll walk right in and be THE guy with a CL bound squad. Then again, proving himself time and time again isn’t something foreign to Dempsey.

    Btw, he’d be an immediate starter with Arsenal (who are above Tottenham).

  3. English refereeing has become comical crap. The bookies might want to stop taking bets on English matches since it has become such a game of chance.

  4. I’ve said it before: Dempsey to Spurs is the only move in England that sees him get playing time. He’s third or fourth on the depth chart on only other EPL side bound for the CL.


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