Before I start the listings, I just want to say as an Arsenal fan, I cannot tell you how happy I was to see Chelsea be eliminated from the FA Cup by virtue of Ashley Cole blowing his penalty kick. Yes, I know that Phil Neville scored the winner, but Cole blew his attempt and badly so. There are few players in the sport I despise as much as Ashley Cole.
All times are EST.
As Thayli noted in the comments to the previous post, there is one English Premier League game this weekend: seventeenth place West Bromwich Albion (WLDLD) hosts twentieth place Wolverhampton (LLLWL) at 6:55 a.m.
In FA Cup action, there are two games scheduled for Sunday.
Manchester City plays League One contender – and the oldest professional club in the world turning 149 this year – Notts County. Coverage starts at 8:55 a.m.on Fox Soccer Plus.
Arsenal faces League One Leyton Orient at 11:30 a.m. on Fox Soccer Channel.
Italian Serie A:
League leaders AC Milan (WWDDW) pay a visit to the Veneto to take on thirteenth place Chievo Verona (DWWDL) at 9:00 a.m on Fox Soccer Channel.
Sixteenth place Catania (LLDLW) makes the trip to the mainland to face off against third place Napoli (WWLWW) at 2:30 on Fox Soccer Channel.
Second place Bayer Leverkusen (LWWLW) hosts seventeenth place Stuttgart (WDLWL) at 10:30 on Gol TV.
Spanish La Liga Primera:
Twelfth place Hércules (LLLLW) travels to ninth place Sevilla (LWDDL)at 1 p.m. on Gol TV.
First place Barcelona (WWWWD) hosts fifth place Athletic Bilbao (WWWWL) at 3 p.m. on Gol TV in what should be the match of the weekend.
Thirteenth place Racing Santander (LLDDW) visits eighth place Getafe (LLLWD) at 10:55 a.m. on ESPN Deportes.
France Ligue 1:
Tenth place Toulouse (LWLWL) hosts fourth place Rennes (LWLWW) on Fox Soccer Plus at 2:55 p.m.
Finally, on Monday, there is another FA Cup match: West Ham United v Burnley, a club in the Championship. Coverage starts at 2:55 p.m. on Fox Soccer Plus.