Miami Beach, Florida (April 13, 2013) – The best games in the world deserve the best coverage and this is why LiveSoccerTV.com (@LiveSoccerTV) has prepared an exclusive 127-country list for the live stream and TV schedules of the FA Cup semi-finals’ Chelsea vs Manchester City match set to come up at 11:00am EST / 15:00 GMT / 16:00 (London time) on Sunday, April 14, 2013. Watch some of English football’s superstars such as Frank Lampard and James Milner battle it out for tickets to the FA Cup final at Wembley!
In the quarter-finals of the FA Cup, Petr Cech had a sublime afternoon in post. At the other end of the field, Demba Ba executed a stunning strike to send Manchester United packing. The reigning FA Cup champions look to have regained their form during the past few weeks.
Miami Beach, Florida (April 10, 2013) – Sportsnet World continue its 2012/13 UEFA Europa League coverage with two live fixtures on Thursday, April 11. ESPN UK, ESPN Deportes and ESPN3 will telecast a match each. BBC Radio 5 Live will have full live commentary for one game while Fox Soccer Channel and Fox Soccer 2Go will broadcast two games. As LiveSoccerTV.com prepares to offer you live scores this Thursday, find out where to watch the second legs of the Europa League’s quarter-final stage. Give us a follow on Twitter @LiveSoccerTV!
Rafael Benitez is gradually shaming his critics. Chelsea have been playing good football lately and £50M striker Fernando Torres is even finding back his rhythm in front of goal. The pressure ahead of Thursday’s UEFA Europa League encounter is firmly on the hosts. Rubin Kazan have it all to do after going down 3-1 at Stamford Bridge. Rubin Kazan vs Chelsea kicks off early – at 12:00pm EST / 16:00 GMT / 17:00 EST precisely.
Miami Beach, Florida (April 3, 2013) – After last month’s draw, the UEFA Europa League’s quarter-final stage finally kicks off this Thursday. The four matches on the menu are Benfica vs Newcastle United, Fenerbahçe vs Lazio, Tottenham Hotspur vs Basel and Chelsea vs Rubin Kazan. Have you thought of where to watch any of these four UEFA Europa League fixtures live? LiveSoccerTV.com (@LiveSoccerTV) has detailed live TV listing for viewers in all corners of the world.
Three of Thursday’s four quarter-final fixtures will air live on television in Canada. Thanks to Sportsnet One, the country’s large Portuguese community will be able to witness Benfica’s fight as the only side from Portugal left in Europe this season. Viewers of Sportsnet World and Sportsnet Ontario / East / West / Pacific will be treated with two London-based games – one in White Hart Lane and another at Stamford Bridge.
Miami Beach, Florida (March 28, 2013) – Stamford Bridge will stage a fierce battle between Rafael Benitez’s Chelsea and Alex Ferguson’s Manchester United on Monday, April 1, 2013. Neither side will want to be fooled on this particular day so expect them to go for the kill. Count on LiveSoccerTV.com (@LiveSoccerTV) to give you accurate information on where to watch this Chelsea vs Manchester United FA Cup quarter-final replay live in Canada, UK, USA and more than 110 different locations across the globe.
The Red Devils astonishingly gave away an early 2-0 lead at Old Trafford on March 10. Javier Hernandez was offered a rare start in Fergie’s starting XI. The Mexican took advantage of this by breaking the deadlock after only five minutes.
Miami Beach, Florida (March 24, 2013) – A few days after Friday’s intense UEFA World Cup qualifying action, Europe’s teams will engage in another round of fixtures. The 2014 FIFA World Cup is everyone’s dream but several teams are in better position than others. The road to Brazil is an interesting one for all contenders. Hence, live coverage for the UEFA World Cup qualifiers is huge. Gol TV USA, ESPN Deportes, ESPN3 and Sportsnet World are some of the big channels listed by LiveSoccerTV.com (@LiveSoccerTV) for the fixtures on Tuesday, March 26, 2013.
Paulo Bento’s team will be in Azerbaijan, looking to add more to the vital point they earned in a 3-3 draw against Israel. What are the Portuguese’s chances of winning in the absence of suspended skipper Cristiano Ronaldo? Watch Azerbaijan vs Portugal live at 13:00 EST on Sportsnet in Canada and on ESPN Deportes or ESPN3 in USA.
Miami Beach, Florida (February 15, 2013) – Gear up for three days of mouth-watering English FA Cup action from Saturday, February 16 to Monday, February 18, 2013. Live Soccer TV provides its users with genuine live streaming and TV schedule information. Make Sportsnet World your FA Cup home in Canada during the next three days.
With Sportsnet World, watch seven of the nine FA Cup matches set to take place. The coverage begins with the 7:45 a.m. EST broadcast of Luton Town vs Millwall on Saturday.
Arsenal have a tough UEFA Champions League clash against Bayern Munich coming up next Tuesday. Before that, they must host Blackburn Rovers. Catch this FA Cup fixture at 11:00 a.m. in what will be Sportsnet’s second live game telecast on February 16. Three hours after the Gunners kick off proceedings at home to Blackburn, underdogs Oldham Athletic will welcome Everton in the hope of kicking them out just like they ousted Liverpool in the previous round.
Miami Beach, Florida (February 5, 2013) – LiveSoccerTV.com has ensured its users with top quality information on live and repeat television broadcast listings in over 80 countries worldwide ahead of tomorrow’s international friendly matches across the globe.
Soccer fans have been treated with intense club football action since the beginning of the year. On February 6, players will don their country’s colours as a host of national teams keep building plans ahead of the 2014 FIFA World Cup qualifiers.
Big guns from South America and Europe are set to engage in thrilling friendly matches. Seven of the most gigantic clashes are Spain vs Uruguay, Netherlands vs Italy, Sweden vs Argentina, England vs Brazil, France vs Germany, Portugal vs Ecuador and Ireland Republic vs Poland.
Get your printable guide – EPL Matchday 25
Matchday 25 will begin with QPR’s must-win fixture at home to Norwich City in a lunchtime kick-off on Saturday. Arsenal and Chelsea, who both drew 2-2 on Wednesday, will feature in 10:00am EST games against Stoke City and Newcastle United respectively. Arsene Wenger and Rafael Benitez need to appease anxious fans. Victory would be very much welcomed, though hard to achieve.
In the last match of the day, Manchester United will play at Craven Cottage with the possibility of opening a 10-point gap at the top of the English Premier League table.
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The FA Cup Fourth Round produced several Premiership casualties such as Liverpool and Spurs. A few days after an eventful midweek of cup action, the EPL resumes with a handful of fixtures scheduled to take place on Saturday and Sunday evening.
All four matches on January 29 will take place simultaneously. In one of those, Manchester City will be hopeful of defeating Queens Park Rangers to eventually close the five-point gap against league leaders Manchester United.
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No major upset was recorded in the Third Round of the FA Cup as England’s Big Six all qualified for the next stage. The Britannia Stadium will be on fire when English Premier League champions Manchester City will face Stoke City on Saturday.
Like their city rivals, Manchester United will take part in an all-Premier League tie as they will host Fulham at Old Trafford. Arsenal’s reward for passing the test against Swansea City is a trip to Brighton & Hove Albion’s stadium.
FA Cup titleholders Chelsea missed out on Capital One Cup final tickets in midweek. They will be keen to dismantle Brentford in the Fourth Round of the FA Cup. Tottenham Hotspur and Liverpool are both scheduled to play as visitors on Sunday against Leeds United and Oldham Athletic respectively.
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Anfield and the Etihad will capture a lot of attention on Saturday as Liverpool and Manchester City will be the only giants to play on that day.
Brendan Rodgers’ men must recover from last weekend’s narrow defeat to Manchester United. The Merseyside Reds will hope Norwich City fail to find the back of the net like they did against Newcastle United last weekend.
In midweek, Chelsea did little use of their game in hand as they dropped two points at home to Southampton. Rafael Benitez has a serious issue to deal with and that has to be the Blues’ home record which is gradually deteriorating.
Get your printable guide – EPL Matchday 22
It is Super Sunday in England as Manchester United vs Liverpool and Arsenal vs Manchester City are scheduled for January 13. These two game have captured the attention of most English Premier League followers ahead of the 22nd round of fixtures.
However, there will be more to the EPL this weekend than just these giant clashes. In 15:00 (10:00am EST) kick-offs, Aston Villa will look to remain above Southampton while Swansea City will try to make of Everton their next victims at Goodison Park. Wigan Athletic, who suffered a 4-0 battering in the hands of Manchester United the last time out, will take on Fulham at Craven Cottage.
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Chelsea are the only team from England’s Big Six to have kick-started 2013 with defeat. On New Year’s Day, Spurs, Manchester United and Manchester City all enjoyed convincing wins while Arsenal secured nothing more than a draw against Southampton.
On Wednesday, the Anfield crowd were offered a spectacle as Liverpool, powered by captain Steven Gerrard and striker Luis Suarez, demolished Sunderland. The odd result happened at Stamford Bridge as former Chelsea boy Shaun Wright-Phillips forced the hosts to their first ever defeat to Queens Park Rangers in 30 years.
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The biggest clubs in England all snatched victory to end 2012 with a boost of confidence. Liverpool dismantled Queens Park Rangers in the very last match of the year on a day when Frank Lampard netted a double to rescue Chelsea away to Everton.
Tottenham Hotspur, who appear as genuine Champions League zone contenders this season again, edged 2-1 past Sunderlnd while Arsenal triumphed in a 7-3 goal fest against Reading.
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After a Boxing Day full of goals and thrills in England, the football continues with eight matches on Saturday and two on Sunday. Spurs hit Aston Villa with four goals and will now take on a Sunderland team buzzing with confidence following Wednesday’s huge 1-0 victory over English Premier League champions Manchester City.
Speaking about the Citizens, they must react away to Norwich City as Manchester United could go 10 points clear with a win at home to West Bromwich Albion. The Red Devils are the kings of comebacks this season and their 4-3 triumph over Newcastle United on Boxing Day further emphasized their invincible fighting spirit.
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Boxing Day football will see all English Premier League teams – at the exception of Arsenal and West Ham – in action on December 26. The Gunners and the Hammers were scheduled to clash at the Emirates stadium on Wednesday but the match got postponed last week with a statement on Arsenal’s official website reading:
“As a result of Monday’s strike ballot and the proposed industrial action on London Underground on Boxing Day, Arsenal’s Premier League match against West Ham United at Emirates Stadium, originally planned for Wednesday, December 26, has been postponed.”
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It is time for English Premier League clubs to beat fatigue and embrace the tense atmosphere of the traditional Christmas period. The packed action begins with Arsenal seeking victory away to Wigan Athletic in Saturday’s lunchtime fixture.
Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur will then engage in 10:00am EST kick-offs with home games against Reading and Stoke City respectively. Everton moved down to sixth last week but victory over West Ham United could see them break into the top four again.
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The English Premier League hits its 17th round of fixtures after an exciting weekend marked with Manchester United’s dramatic derby win over Manchester City, Liverpool’s narrow victory over West Ham United, Tottenham Hotspur’s crucial loss away to Everton and Fernando Torres’ fine form in Chelsea’s 3-1 over Sunderland.
The table’s top three zone remained unchanged but the Red Devils now boast an important six-point lead over the Citizens. Both clubs will have tricky fixtures on Saturday while third-placed Chelsea are far away in Japan for the FIFA Club World Cup. At Anfield, Liverpool will try to amplify Aston Villa’s sorrows.
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The big fixture of the week brings us the Manchester Derbry between first place Manchester United and defending EPL Champions Manchester City.
Roberto Mancini will be quickly looking to this match to repair his reputation after his team failed to advance from the UEFA Champions League group stage. The exit from the millionaire league drops Manchester City into the Europa League, where the club will have to play on Thursday nights, leaving them with less rest for the weekend EPL Matches.
Manchester United can open up a 6 point lead in the EPL table with a win at the Etihad Stadium. The match should provide for an entertaining and combatitive match.
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Things are tight in Group A between Liverpool and Young Boys. Matchday 6 will be decisive. Brendan Rodgers’ side need a point from their crunch fixture against Udinese to progress. Champions Atletico Madrid must also avoid defeat away to second-placed Viktoria Plzen in order to secure the top spot in Group B.
Olympique Marseille must count on Fenerbahçe to stand any chance of progressing. The struggling French giants are three points behind Borussia M’gladbach. In another huge fixture, Tottenham Hotspur will welcome Panathinaikos. A point would put Spurs through.