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Liverpool and Manchester United will renew their contentious rivalry this morning at Anfield, with the home team searching for a first victory, and the visitors looking to grab first place in the English Premier League.

Liverpool has recorded just two points from four matches, and will be desperate for a win as they welcome Manchester United to a stadium where they have struggled to earn results in recent years.

In Manchester, reigning Premier League champions Manchester City will be taking on an Arsenal side playing well at the moment. The Gunners have enjoyed a surprisingly good defensive start to the new campaign, but that defense will be tested by a City attack that should feature Sergio Aguero and David Silva.

Clint Dempsey will look to build on a good showing for Tottenham in Europa League when Spurs take on London rival Queens Park Rangers.

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):


8:30am- Fox Soccer Channel– Liverpool vs. Manchester United

9am- beIN Sport en Espanol– Inter Milan vs. Siena

9am- bein SPORT– Udinese vs. AC Milan

9:30am- GolTV– Bayer Leverkusen vs. Borussia Moenchengladbach

10am- Fox Soccer 2go– Newcastle United vs. Norwich City

10:30am-– PSV Eindhoven vs. Feyenoord

11am- Fox Soccer Channel– Manchester City vs. Arsenal

11am- Fox Soccer Plus- Tottenham vs. Queens Park Rangers

11am- beIN Sport– Olympique Marseille vs. Evian TG

11:30am- GolTV– Werder Bremen vs. Stuttgart

Noon- beIN Sport en Espanol– Atletico Madrid vs. Real Valladolid

2:45pm- RAI– Lazio vs. Genoa

3pm- Univision Deportes– Lille vs. Lyon

3:15pm-– Academica vs. Benfica

3:30pm- beIN Sport– Rayo Vallecano vs. Real Madrid

4pm- MLS Direct Kick– Philadelphia Union vs. Houston Dynamo

7pm- Galavision– D.C. United vs. Chivas USA

7:30pm- MLS Direct Kick– Vancouver Whitecaps vs. Colorado Rapids


  1. Cherundolo just got skinned on a late move that ended with Danny Williams getting a tap in goal. Both he and Fabian have scored for Hoffenheim this game.

  2. Danny Williams scores and Hoffenheim beats Hannover, 3-1! Fabian Johnson should be MOTM. Danny Williams played superbly as well throughout. Cherundolo was beaten repeatedly down the left, including on Johnson’s fantastic goal.

    Hoffenheim looks like a young exciting team on the rise.

  3. You lying sack of stuff–I assume a Fulham fan troll coming here to attack Dempsey. Absolutely not true that fans were booing Clint. There were a few boos late in the first half, but were for overall bad play by the whole team and probably for AVB also. Dempsey got warm applause as he was subbed off in 88th minute.

  4. I agree that Dempsey looked off today. Nowhere near as good as I thought he looked vs Lazio.

    Spurs look like my youth teams look when I’ve tried to teach them too much: slow to the ball; no sponteneity; a little lost. I think AVB may not be long for the PL.


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