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Barcelona and PSG eye title celebrations this Sunday; Milan poised to secure Champions League spot; Juventus and Real Madrid also feature in beIN Sports’ live schedules for May 10-13, 2013
Miami Beach, Florida (May 10, 2013) – Five matches headline beIN Sports’ packed three-day action dominated by the Italian Serie A, the Spanish La Liga and the Championship. Crystal Palace vs Brighton & Hove Albion kick starts the party at 14:45 EST on Friday to make way for more entertainment on May 11 and May 12. LiveSoccerTV.com (@LiveSoccerTV) breaks down beIN Sport USA and beIN Sport en Español’s live TV listings for you.
La Vecchia Signora cannot stop winning, even after clinching the Scudetto. Fresh from the 1-0 win away to Atalanta, Juve return to their stadium looking to thrill the home crowd again. Watch Juventus vs Cagliari live from 12:00pm EST / 16:00 GMT / 18:00 CET on Saturday, May 11, 2013.
The Bianconeri head into their clash with Palermo knowing that a point would be enough to clinch them the Scudetto for a second straight year.
Juventus are just one point away from clinching the Serie A for a second successive season, and the Italian giants won't want to miss out on the opportunity when they battle with relegation-threatened Palermo at Juventus Stadium on Sunday.
With only four games left to play this season, Juventus are no less than 11 points clear of second-placed Napoli, but although…
Real Madrid vs Real Valladolid, Juventus vs Palermo and Barcelona vs Real Betis feature as the three big matches on beIN Sports between May 3 and May 5
Miami Beach, Florida (May 3, 2013) – Three big fixtures – two from the Spanish La Liga and one from the Italian Serie A – headline beIN Sports’ coverage this weekend. Real Madrid vs Real Valladolid, Juventus vs Palermo and Barcelona vs Real Betis will feature on both channels – beIN Sport USA and beIN Sport en Español. LiveSoccerTV.com (@LiveSoccerTV) offers you a full view of beIN Sports’ live TV listings between May 3 and May 5, 2013.
A few days ago, the Santiago Bernabeu’s home supporters were on the brink of witness a momentous comeback of Real Madrid against Borussia Dortmund. Although it did not happen this way, Los Blancos showed tremendous zeal throughout the match and this is the kind of spirit they will want to maintain until the end of the campaign.
Barcelona visit San Mames to play Athletic Bilbao; Real Madrid get Copa del Rey final rehearsal with Atletico date; watch both matches and more on beIN Sports this weekend
Miami Beach, Florida (April 26, 2013) – beIN Sports end-of-month coverage starts this Friday with a Championship fixture between Leicester City and Watford which will air on both channels from 14:45 EST / 18:45 EST / 20:45 CET. The weekend will then be filled with a total of seven Spanish La Liga matches. Inevitably, the games that are set to attract wide viewership are Athletic Bilbao vs Barcelona and Atletico Madrid vs Real Madrid. LiveSoccerTV.com (@LiveSoccerTV) provides you with full live TV listings for beIN Sport en Español and beIN Sport USA.
Barcelona and Real Madrid find themselves in a very embarrassing and awkward position after heavy Champions League defeats, to Bayern and Dortmund respectively. The Catalans and the Blancos have one more away trip on their agenda before returning home for next week’s uphill task in Europe.
The Bianconeri will be crowned Italian champions for a second straight season if they defeat city rivals Torino on Sunday and Napoli lose to Pescara on Saturday.
Juventus will be after a record 31st Scudetto when they visit the home of local rivals Torino in what promises to be a hotly-contested Derby della Mole on Sunday.
The Turin giants will be proclaimed Italian champions for a second straight season if they pick up the three points at Torino and second-placed Napoli, who will be without star striker Edinson Cavani…
Juventus know that if they manage to overcome fierce rivals Milan on Sunday they would virtually assure themselves of the Scudetto.
Italian champions Juventus will be hoping to take a giant step towards back-to-back Serie A titles when they take on rivals AC Milan in what promises to be a hotly-contested derby at Juventus Stadium on Sunday.
Juventus lead the Serie A with 74 points from 32 games, 11 points ahead of second-placed Napoli with 63 points, and 15 points ahead of third-placed…
Top networks line up Juventus vs Milan for live coverage this Sunday; RAI Internazionale, ESPN, beIN SPORT, Al Jazeera Sports and SuperSports among those; full live TV listings on Live Soccer TV
Miami Beach, Florida (April 19, 2013) -- Juventus vs Milan is one of the biggest matches set to take place in Europe this weekend. LiveSoccerTV.com's data team has gathered information for live stream and TV schedules. The detailed list, sorted by country, features Canada, UK, USA, India and 125 other location around the world.
Matchday 33 in the Italian Serie A will save the best for last as big rivals Juventus and Milan will face off in Turin at 14:45 EST on Sunday, April 21. This match is a matter of first versus third in the standings. Antonio Conte’s men are on course to lifting the Scudetto while the Rossoneri are eying a second-place finish.
Both teams suffered an UEFA Champions League heartbreak and must now concentrate solely on their domestic campaign. Without Mario Balotelli who is suspended, what are Milan’s chances of upstaging La Vecchia Signora?
In arguably one of the biggest games in Serie A, Milan travel to Turin to face Scudetto hopefuls Juventus in a bid to find inspiration in the absence of Mario Balotelli.
They say that one player does not define a team’s success and neither a solitary performer lays foundations of a team in transitions. However, there are times when a single player can make a huge impact to what a club can achieve.
The case is more or less the same when it comes to AC Milan who have come to put their trust in troubled Italy international, Mario Balotelli. Since the departure of Zlatan Ibrahimovic to Paris Saint-Germain, no player has made such an impact on the Rossoneri as the young striker has.
It has been a disappointing season for the Italians in Europe, with none of the clubs succeeding to go through to the semi-final of either the UEFA Champions League, or the UEFA Europa League.
The Italians have a rich history of football in both Europe and the World, with the national team winning the Fifa World Cup on four occasions, and Italian clubs lifting European trophies several times. However, this season proved to be a barren period on the European stage. Here we look at the different clubs that represented Italy in Europe this season:
Juventus is the leading Serie A team of the season. It has recorded the greatest number of wins in the league and its goal difference of 42 towers above all others.
Following their disappointing Champions League elimination to Bayern Munich, the Bianconeri will be hoping to bounce back against Lazio and take a giant step towards back-to-back Serie A titles.
Italian league leaders Juventus will be hoping to put their Champions League elimination quickly behind them and pick up a crucial victory over sixth-placed Lazio at the Stadio Olimpico that would virtually clinch them the Scudetto for a second straight season.
The Italian giants can now focus all of their energy on the domestic…
Tonight, Bayern Munich will play Juventus in the second leg of the Champions League Quarterfinal, a tie that they are leading 2-0 and a win will take them one step further to a long road towards Wembley
With a two goal advantage, heading into the second leg of the Quarterfinal tie of the Champions League against Juventus, German giants Bayern Munich know that they hold their destiny in their own hands.
Although Bayern Munich did struggle to seal progress into the Quarterfinal stages during their Round of 16 game against Arsenal, one cannot say that the recently-crowned German champions would let the same thing happen again. Especially against a side that has a more potent offensive line-up than the Gunners.
Over the course of the current campaign, Juventus have played some really eye-catching football that is great to watch for a neutral.
Watch Lionel Messi, Ibrahimovic, David Beckham, Arjen Robben, Andrea Pirlo and so many stars live on April 10 as Barcelona vs PSG and Juventus vs Bayern Munich hit TV screens around the globe
Miami Beach, Florida (April 7, 2013) – Wednesday night will see so many stars in action as Barcelona, Bayern Munich, Juventus and PSG will all vie to grab UEFA Champions League semi-final tickets. Like you, LiveSoccerTV.com (@LiveSoccerTV) is getting ready for these matches. Here is information on where to watch Barca vs PSG and Juve vs Bayern live on April 10, 2013.
Barcelona will play at the Camp Nou where they last smashed Milan 4-0 in Europe, and Mallorca 5-0 in La Liga. Will Carlo Ancelotti’s PSG suffer the wrath of the Catalans who were unhappy with the referee’s performance in Paris, last week?
Sportsnet HD and Sportsnet Ontario / East / West / Pacific will continue their exclusive UEFA Champions League quarter-final coverage in Canada by broadcasting Barcelona vs PSG live at 14:45 EST on Wednesday, April 10.
Juventus host Bayern Munich in the second leg of the Champions League quarterfinal, trailing by a two-goal deficit. However, the Italians’ chances of progression should not be ruled out as yet.
Just a week back, Bayern Munich drew first blood in the two legged affair of the Champions League quarterfinal game against Juventus by beating the Italian giants 2-0 in the first leg at the Allianz Arena. The way the Bavarians played throughout that particular game, it was indeed surprising to see them not score more goals.
Young David Alaba scored insider the first minute before Thomas Muller added the second just after the hour mark. If one takes a look at the match stats, it would be very clear that it was Bayern Munich who were the dominant of the two sides.
The champions elect of Italy will look to upset the new German champions when they meet in a battle of the European giants in Turin on Wednesday.
Nicklas Bendtner, Simone Pepe and Martin Caceres are all out for Juventus due to injuries. Arturo Vidal and Stephan Lichtsteiner are both suspended after collecting their third yellow cards of the campaign in the first leg. Lichtsteiner can count himself slightly unlucky as the referee’s decision to award him a yellow was highly…
Following their frustrating defeat to Bayern Munich in the Champions League, The Bianconeri will be hoping to resume domestic matters with a boosting win over lowly Pescara.
Italian champions Juventus will be hoping to put behind them their disappointing Champions League quarter-final defeat to Bayern Munich on Tuesday, with a convincing victory over Pescara at the Juventus Stadium on Saturday.
Juventus, who sit pretty in top spot of the Serie A with 68 points from 30 games, nine points ahead of closest-rivals Napoli, with 59…
Considering the unforgiving form of German giants Bayren Munich, a comeback in the second leg of the quarter finals of the UEFA Champions League might be a far-fetched idea for the Italian club.
Juventus are no minnows in Europe. However, the manner in which it was convincingly pushed aside by the Germans would give it little hope in the tie ahead.
The good news is that Juventus sits comfortably at the top of the Serie A table, nine points clear of second placed Napoli, having won the greatest number of games in the league this season. Manager Antonio Conte will know that a 29th league title can only be lost if his side play exceedingly poor football in the coming weeks.
UEFA Champions League's PSG vs Barcelona and Bayern Munich vs Juventus matches to get soccer fans on the edge of their seats; see where to watch these games live on Tuesday, April 2, 2013
Miami Beach, Florida (March 31, 2013) – Four great clubs will be in action on Tuesday night in the UEFA Champions League. Soccer fans could be spoilt for choice as PSG vs Barcelona and Bayern Munich vs Juventus will both receive wide television coverage worldwide. LiveSoccerTV.com (@LiveSoccerTV) helps you find where to watch PSG-Barcelona and Bayern-Juve live on April 2.
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Zlatan Ibrahimovic has been cleared from suspension and will face ex-team mates Lionel Messi, Xavi, Iniesta and company at the Parc des Princes. How key will the tall Swede’s presence be for the hosts?
In 2009, when Bayern thrashed Juventus in Turin, the result was almost considered an anomaly. The unspoken rules of the game say that this is not supposed to happen.
Bayern has a negative record against Juventus coming into the match up tomorrow. This is not surprising at all considering how abysmal Bayern’s records against almost all excellent Italian sides are. In the 2006-07 season, a Milan side which won the competition took Bayern out. This was despite the fact that the first leg in Milan finished 2-2.
In 2009-10, Bayern bumped into a Jose Mourinho coached Inter side and paid for their openness at the back as they lost 0-2 in the Madrid finale. In 2010-11, despite beating Inter at the San Siro, Bayern somehow managed to go down at the Allianz Arena, 2-3. And as expected, they had initially led 2-1 in that game and 3-1 on aggregate.
Two of Europe’s footballing giants in Bayern Munich and Juventus are set to renew acquaintances when they meet in the first leg of the Champions League quarterfinals at Allianz Arena.
Out of an engrossing selection of quarterfinal clashes of this year’s Champions League, is the game between German Bundesliga leaders Bayern Munich and Italian Serie A giants, Juventus. Both teams have breezed past their opponents so far in the elite club competition which means that the two-legged affair between these two sides would be a mouth-watering encounter, bound to be full of twists and turns.
Bayern Munich annihilated Arsenal in the first leg of the Round of 16 against Arsenal before barely surviving at home to the Gunners in the reverse fixture. Juventus on the other hand, professionally outplayed a plucky Celtic side over the course of the two encounters.
Two giants of the European game take on each other in the biggest tie of the quarterfinals of the Champions League.
David Alaba was left out of the side during the weekend for Bayern but should return for this one. Javier Martinez is suspended, perhaps earning Luiz Gustavo a spot in the side. Holger Badstuber is still recovering from a long term injury. Sebastian Giovinco is a doubt for Juventus. Mirko Vucinic is meanwhile suffering from flu but could be fit nonetheless.
3-5-2 will take on 4-5-1 when Juventus meets Bayern at the Allianz Arena on Tuesday. The Italian champions-elect will step into the territory of the German champions-elect. Bayern has a miserable record against Italian sides; their record against Juventus is not in their favor too. Both sides are coming into this match up on the back of a win; however the manner of the wins were different.