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Real Madrid is in full slump mode by its standards, but still sits just one point out of first place in the Spanish Premier League. A loss today in ‘El Clasico’ could doom Real Madrid’s title hopes while also leaving Barcelona in prime position to win the league crown.

Real Madrid’s defense has been extremely shaky, and will need to straighten out in order to contain a Barcelona attack that is on form. Lionel Messi is playing some of his best soccer of the season, and will look to add to his long history of tormenting Real Madrid.

Manchester United and Liverpool renew their own rivalry at Anfield, as the Red Devils look to put a serious dent in Liverpool’s hopes of a top four finish.

In Germany, Bayern Munich takes on Fabian Johnson and Borussia Moenchengladbach in a match that should have plenty of action.

If you will be watching today’s action, please feel free to share your thoughts, opinions and some play-by-play in the comment section below.

Enjoy the action (Today’s Soccer TV schedule is after the jump):


9:30 a.m. — NBCSN — Liverpool vs. Manchester United

10 a.m. — beIN Sports USA — Juventus vs. Genoa

10:30 a.m. — GolTV USA — Mainz vs. Wolfsburg

11 a.m. — beIN Sports en Espanol — Villarreal vs. Sevilla

Noon — NBCSN — Hull vs. Chelsea

Noon — Premier League Extra Time — QPR vs. Everton

Noon — beIN Sports USA — Reims vs. Monaco

12:30 p.m. —GolTV USA — Bayern Munich vs. Borussia M’gladbach

2 p.m. — Univision — Pumas vs. Puebla

3 p.m. — GolTV USA — Sao Paulo vs. Marilia

3:55 p.m. — beIN Sports USA — Barcelona vs. Real Madrid

5 p.m. — ESPN2 — New York Red Bulls vs. D.C. United

7 p.m. — Fox Sports 1 — San Jose Earthquakes vs. Chicago Fire

7 p.m. — UniMas — Guadalajara vs. Toluca


    • Correct. And at remains in at left mid where Mönchengladbach lead Bayern München 1-0 in the 75th minute! Steal one for the good guys Fab!

      • He is playing well.(Nothing great. Has needed or been asked to be amazing.) That whole Gladbach team defends wonderfully and controls the game.

        Johnson for the FIRST HUG after the 2nd GOAL!

      • Ah, Johnson messes up a 3rd goal chance. Twice now something like that has happened. Other chance wasn’t Johnson though.

      • Too bad on that mis-passed by FJ, I would have loved to see them run the score up on München. He’s starting to get some games as a rotational starter and they have won the last few he’s featured in. Let’s hope Coach Favre keeps his side unchanged for a few games since they beat Bayern.

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  2. Looks like Gerrard was frustrated with not getting playing time and the way Liverpool were playing in the 1st half. 30 seconds in the 2nd half, he does a silly stamp and gets sent off. Wasn’t Liverpool’s day at all.


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