beIN SPORT, the new 24-hour international sports network, will televise an exciting line-up of live matches from top European leagues on beIN SPORT and beIN SPORT en Español this weekend, Oct. 27-28.
World-renowned clubs Real Madrid and Barcelona of Spain’s La Liga continue their battle for dominance. Barcelona and superstar Lionel Messi meet Rayo at 3:55 p.m. on Saturday while legendary Cristiano Ronaldo and Real Madrid shoot it out Sunday against Mallorca at 4:40 p.m. The two games are available on both beIN SPORT and beIN SPORT en Español.
The Spanish striker enjoyed a successful time during the international break. His lone goal offered a vital victory for world champions Spain away to Georgia in the World Cup qualifiers.
Genoa vs Juventus airs exclusively on beIN Sport en Español this Saturday. The visitors will be looking to win their third Serie A match in a row after securing an overwhelming 4-1 victory over Udinese before the international break.
Like San Marino, Ukraine are yet to play a match in the European World Cup qualifiers for Brazil 2014. Last Friday, Poland were in action against Montenegro but it was the Three Lions of England who stole the show with a 5-0 trouncing of Moldova.
Jermaine Defoe, James Milner and Leighton Baines got a goal each while Frank Lampard clinched a brace. England’s players will be expected to live up to expectations against a stronger opposition than Moldova, namely Ukraine.
England vs Ukraine will be live on television in over 100 countries around the globe this Tuesday. This European World Cup qualifier will feature the third highest ranked nation against Euro 2012 co-hosts Ukraine at Wembley.
In which country are you located? Click here to see where to watch this game live:
Captain Cristiano Ronaldo has captured all the focus of the media on Portugal’s squad ahead of this encounter. Last weekend, the 27-year-old attacker revealed that there are on-going problems between him and his club, Real Madrid. While football experts have been busy discussing the statement, Ronaldo’s attention has switched to September’s World Cup qualifiers.
The number 7 star is eager to inspire Portugal on the road to Brazil after a rather successful Euro 2012 adventure. The field in Luxembourg could offer Cristiano Ronaldo a platform to score goals and eventually compete for the World Cup qualifying top scorer title.
Here is a guide to some of the top World Cup qualifying matches that will be taking place this Friday, September 7, 2012. Click here to see where to watch Luxembourg vs Portugal, Moldova vs England, Bulgaria vs Italy, Netherlands vs Turkey and more: