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Chelsea vs Rubin Kazan, Spurs vs Basel & Benfica vs Newcastle, Europa League: Open Thread

europa league Chelsea vs Rubin Kazan, Spurs vs Basel & Benfica vs Newcastle, Europa League: Open Thread

Three Premier League sides are in action today in the quarter-finals of the Europa League. All three first leg matches are being shown live on US television and/or Internet.

Here’s the schedule for today:

Chelsea vs Rubin Kazan, 3pm, FOX Soccer, ESPN Deportes and FOX Soccer 2Go
Spurs vs Basel, 3pm, FOX Soccer Plus and FOX Soccer 2Go
Benfica vs Newcastle, 3pm, FOX Soccer 2Go

Follow along with the matches by joining the conversation in the comments section below.

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9 Responses to Chelsea vs Rubin Kazan, Spurs vs Basel & Benfica vs Newcastle, Europa League: Open Thread

  1. Marc L says:

    I must say, Assou-Ekotto’s ‘fro is truly a sight to behold! Good stuff. COYS!

  2. Marc L says:

    This Spurs match is extremely entertaining through 25′ – worth checking out on demand if you have FS2Go and aren’t watching live.

    I don’t know anything about this Swiss team, but they actually look pretty decent.

  3. The Gaffer says:

    Watching Chelsea-Rubin Kazan here. Torres finally gets on the scoresheet!

    The Gaffer

    • Marc L says:

      Yeah Torres, get that out of your system now. That’ll be your goal for April. So nothing, then, in the Cup semi, hopefully.

  4. Marc L says:

    First Torres, then Adebayor? What next, is Andy Carroll going to score this weekend?

    • Mufc77 says:

      Great Finnish by the ladyboy. That was like the Torres of 4 years ago when he was deadly from 12 yards out.

    • Debs says:

      Unfortunately Carroll is not eligible to play on Sunday against his parent club Liverpool. So he cannot score this weekend, at least not on the field :-) .

  5. Marc L says:

    Somebody needs to sign this guy right *&%$#@ now:

  6. Matt says:

    Basel are traditionally very strong at home in Europe while Spurs have failed to win an away match this season in Europe (not counting the pre-group stage qualifying). Should be interesting in the return leg though I still think Spurs will advance if they put a strong team. Though Bale did leave with an injury

    Chelsea are through, Newcastle are probably out

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