World Football Update

Jon Forget
Sep 23rd 2014

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Feature Matches
Bundesliga and La Liga feature mid week, with a bit of League Cup action from England falling Tuesday afternoon as well.  MLS sides are competing in the CONCACAF Champions League throughout the week, and Dallas face Seattle in a MLS League fixture on Wednesday night.   

The weekend brings us two huge Derby matches, starting early Saturday morning with the Merseyside Derby between Liverpool and Everton!   At 8am a full spate of EPL matches kick off, before Arsenal face Tottenham in the North London Derby!  MLS features for most of the rest of the day, before the Colorado Rapids take on the San Jose Earthquakes at DSG!

Sunday we start the day with a couple of Serie A fixtures, and then feature EPL and La Liga in the late morning.  Our Sunday football coverage culminates with a MLS Classic between the L.A. Galaxy and the New York Red Bulls!
On the Horizon

Next week the Champions League and Europa League return to action, with the second matches of the Group Stage.  Chelsea meet Arsenal in the EPL, and the Colorado Rapids host the Seattle Sounders at DSG Sunday afternoon.
This Week's Football
Monday September 22nd
Wigan v Ipswich Town 12:45pm (Championship)
Getafe v Valencia 12:45pm (La Liga)
Tuesday September 23rd
Bayern Munchen v Paderborn 12pm (Bundesliga)
Real Madrid v Elche 12pm (La Liga)
Celta Vigo v Deportivo La Coruna 2pm (La Liga)
Liverpool v Middlesborough 2pm (League Cup Delayed)
Arsenal v Southampton 5pm (League Cup delayed)
Sporting K.C. v Real esteli 6pm (CCL)
Portland v Alpha United 8pm (CCL)
Wednesday September 24th
Celtic v Hearts 12pm (Scottish Cup)
Almeria v Atletico Madrid 12pm (La Liga)
B. Leverkusen v Augsburg 12pm (Bundesliga)
Malaga v Barcelona 2pm (La Liga)
D.C. United v Tauro 6pm (CCL)
Dallas v Seattle 7pm (MLS)
FAS v New York Red Bulls 8pm (CCL)
Thursday September 25th
Espanyol v Getafe 12pm (La Liga)
Lazio v Udinese 12:45pm (Serie A)
Valencia v Cordoba 2pm (La Liga)
Friday September 26th
Mainz v Hoffenheim 12:30pm (Bundesliga)
Elche v Celta Vigo 1pm (La Liga)
Sporting K.C. v New England 6pm (MLS)
Saturday September 27th
Liverpool v Everton 5:45am (EPL)
Manchester United v West Ham 8am (EPL)
Chelsea v Aston Villa 8am (EPL)
Hull v Manchester City 8am (EPL)
Crystal Palace v Leicester City 8am (EPL)
Southampton v Queens Park Rangers 8am (EPL)
Sunderland v Swansea 8am (EPL)
Villareal v Real Madrid 8am (La Liga)
Barcelona v Granada 10am (La Liga)
Arsenal v Tottenham 10:30am (EPL)
Toronto v Portland 11am (MLS)
Atletico Madrid v Sevilla 12pm (La Liga)
Atalanta v Juventus 12:45pm (Serie A)
D.C. United v Philadelphia 1pm (MLS)
Seattle v Chivas 2pm (MLS)
Vancouver v Salt Lake 5pm (MLS)
Columbus v Montreal 5:30pm (MLS)
Colorado v San Jose 7pm (MLS)
Sunday September 28th
Cesena v AC Milan 7am (Serie A)
Inter v Cagliari 7am (Serie A)
West Brom v Burnley 9am (EPL)
Real Sociedad v Villareal 11am (La Liga)
Cordoba v Espanyol 1pm (La Liga)
Houston v Chicago 1pm (MLS)
L.A. Galaxy v New York Red Bulls 6:30pm (MLS)
Monday September 29th
Stoke v Newcastle 1pm (EPL)
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