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3:45 p.m., Barcelona vs. Arsenal, Fox Soccer 2Go: Barcelona holds a 2-0 lead after the first leg in the Champions League. Arsenal must attack, which will open up their fragile defense, which should mean lots more goals for Barcelona.
3:45 p.m., Bayern Munich vs. Juventus, Fox Soccer 2Go: The game of the week. Munich pretty much has the Bundesliga title wrapped up. Juventus is maintaining its lead in Italy. This Champions League game is massive for both squads. They are tied 2-2 after the first game.
2 p.m., Bayer Leverkusen vs. Villarreal, Fox Soccer 2Go: Europa League action continues with another that game that should feature plenty of goals because Leverkusen trails 2-0 after the first leg.
4:05 p.m., Tottenham Hotspur vs. Borussia Dortmund, Fox Soccer 2Go: Spurs rested most of their starters in the first leg, won 3-0 by Dortmund, because they are focusing on winning the Premier League. So, there should be plenty of goals in this one.
4:05 p.m., Manchester United vs. Liverpool, Fox Soccer 2Go: Liverpool destroyed Manchester United 2-0 in the first leg, and could have won by a much larger margin. The Red Devils must attack to overturn the deficit.
7 p.m., NYCFC vs. Orlando City, Univision Deportes: The two 2015 expansion clubs face off. Will this be the first game for former Silverback Kwadwo Poku in the sky blue? Joe Bendik has started consecutive games in goal for Orlando.
10 p.m., Seattle vs. Vancouver, MLS Live: Both teams are struggling with two losses in their first two games. Vancouver’s problem is defense with five goals allowed. Seattle has scored just one goal.
Noon, Manchester City vs. Manchester United, NBC: The Citizens must win their remaining games to have any hope of catching Leicester City and winning the Premier League. United is trying to move into fourth place so that they can qualify for Champions League play. They are currently in sixth, four points behind fourth-place City.