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Barcelona vs Atletico Madrid, Everton vs Stevenage and AC Milan vs PSV: Open Thread

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There are plenty of world soccer matches in store this afternoon with your choice of UEFA Champions League play-off matches, Capital One Cup and Spanish Supercopa.

For viewers in the United States, Everton against Stevenage kicks off at 2:45pm ET on beIN SPORT. The Toffees will be hoping to progress to the next round of the Capital One Cup. The only Premier League side that failed to advance last night was Crystal Palace after they were defeated by Bristol City.

In the UEFA Champions League play-off matches, there are several matches in store including AC Milan vs PSV Eindhoven, Real Sociedad against Lyon, Celtic against Shakhter, and Maribor vs Plzen. AC Milan against PSV will be shown live on FOX Sports 1 at 2:45pm ET. Lyon’s match against Real Sociedad is being shown live on FOX Sports 2.

Last but not least, Barcelona plays Atletico Madrid in the second leg of the Spanish Supercopa. The first match ended in a 1-1 draw, so Barcelona will be hoping to take full advantage of playing at home in front of a packed Camp Nou Stadium. The match will be shown live on ESPN Deportes and The match kicks off at 5pm ET.

Before during or after today’s matches, join the conversation in the comments section below.

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16 Responses to Barcelona vs Atletico Madrid, Everton vs Stevenage and AC Milan vs PSV: Open Thread

  1. Cantona says:

    Sincerely hope BeIn uses the home feed for audio… Yesterday’s Notts Forrest v Liverpool game had two Hispanic guys for English commentary… In two minutes I found the game online with a sky sports feed and a desperate international feed. Stupid decisions from BeIn when you have access to the feed from the UK and you use your In house commentary team who know absolutely zero about the players or the tournament they are commentating about.


  2. Mufc77 says:

    Celtic park is rocking as usual.

  3. De Selby says:

    what a goal by Commons! Boom!

    • Mufc77 says:

      It was a sweet strike by commons. With shakhter playing with 5 across the back celtic need to shoot on sight of goal. It’s going to be very hard to break them down otherwise.

  4. Mufc77 says:

    Celtics game to lose now.

  5. Christopher Harris says:

    Celtic vs Shakhter game is wide open right now. The match is tied 2-2 on aggregate. If you’re near a TV or computer, turn it on!

  6. Guy says:

    C-E-L-T-I-C!! :-)

    • Patrick says:

      Absolutely unbelievable scenes at Celtic Park. I am very proud of The Bhoys and the way the fought back. I would like to think that I speak for many on here when I say that this is why so many of us love this game.

  7. Mufc77 says:

    Typical celtic game leaving things until the last minute. I’d love to see the drawn in the same group ad United.

  8. BA14 says:

    3 defenders stood and watched stokes dribble in the box to set up the winning goal. such pathetic defending.

  9. Guy says:

    So what does FOX do with Celtic Park rocking like a madhouse at the end of the match? Yup, immediate cut to ads. Couldn’t wait even 30 seconds. What a bunch of dweebs.

  10. Flyvanescence says:

    Not sure who the analyst is on ESPN with Adrian Healey, but he is doing an OUTSTANDING job.

    As i was expecting Taylor Twellman to ruin the game for me, this is a VERY pleasant surprise.

  11. Flyvanescence says:

    Defender man-marks Messi almost out of the game.
    Another Barcelona player gets that defender sent off with a theatrical dive.

    Hm doesnt that sound familiar . . .

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