Why, oh why, does FSC+ exist? I am not paying for premium channel and I am about two years past tolerating watching pirated online streams on any regular basis. However, I suppose I will have to brave the internet wilds searching for streams this morning to catch the Liverpool match. I’ll be sure to wear protection. Perhaps double bag it.
Luckily the biggest match of the day is on FSC as Manchester City hosts Arsenal. The petrol fueled club from Manchester will be looking to rebound after being dumped out of the Champions League and its first loss of the season to Chelsea in the last ten days. While, Arsenal wants to continue its strong play. The incredibly dispiriting beginning to the Gunner season seems like ancient history rewritten by Robin Van Persie’s lethal left foot (and his right foot sometimes). However, it remains to be seen whether Arsenal’s depleted back line will be able to withstand the offensive fire power of Manchester City. David Silva is able to unlock any defense with precision passing and Sergio Aguero is a Mighty Mouse that can rampage past all but the fleetest defenders and even then he can probably outpace them.
A perfect result for all those other than Citeh or Gooner fans is a draw. Unfortunately, Manchester Citeh will right its ship against Arsene Wenger. It won’t be 8-2 but 3-1 or 4-1 would not be unexpected.
7:00am QPR vs Manchester United, FSC+, EPL
8:30am Feyenoord vs Twente, ESPND, Netherlands
9:00am Cesena vs Inter, ESPN3, Italy Serie A
9:00am Juventus vs Novara, ESPN3, Italy Serie A
9:00am Catania vs Palermo
9:00am Parma vs Lecce
9:00am Genoa vs Bologna
9:00am Aston Villa vs Liverpool, FSC+, EPL
10:00am Tottenham Hotspur vs Sunderland
11:00am Manchester City vs Arsenal, FSC, EPL
11:30am Borussia vs Mainz05, GolTV, Germany
2:45pm Lazio vs Udinese, ESPN3, Italy Serie A
2:45pm Napoli vs Roma, FSC, Italy Serie A
3:00pm PSG vs Lille, FSC+, France
3:00pm Valencia vs Malaga, GolTV, Spain La Liga