Brian Vivi | SportingAlert.com
Published on March 2, 2013 6:25 a.m. CST . 0 comment
(Sporting Alert) — A busy day of football is on the card with several live broadcasts on the fixture for Saturday March 2.
Action in the Barclays Premier League, La Liga, Serie A, Scottish Cup and German Bundesliga are all on the schedule, with live TV Channels listed.
The highlight of the day is expected to come from the La Liga where Real Madrid and Barcelona meet for the second time in five days and live broadcast will be on Al Jazeera Sports +6, Digi Sport (ROU), SuperSport and beIN Sport USA.
In the Premier League, leaders Manchester United will look to go 15 points clear at the top of the epl standings with a win over Norwich City at Old Trafford.
Sky Super Calcio, SuperSport 7, ESPN2, ESPN3, and Fox Sports are amongst the TV channels broadcasting the game live on Saturday.
Elsewhere in the epl, Chelsea take on West Bromwich on Sportsnet, Fox Soccer Channel and SuperSport, Wigan Athletic face Liverpool on Fox Soccer Channel, ESPN UK HD and Sportsnet One.
Milan will battle with Lazio in the Serie A on RAI, ESPN UK HD, Al Jazeera Sports +1 and beIN Sport USA, David Beckham and PSG travel to face Reims on Univision Deportes and Sport Italia.
LIVE Football TV Channel Schedule – Mar 2
9:30pm Borussia Dortmund vs Hannover 96 – Sky Fußball Bundesliga
10:00am – Real Madrid vs Barcelona – Al Jazeera Sports +6, Digi Sport (ROU), SuperSport, beIN Sport USA, beIN Sport en Español
10:00am – Manchester United vs Norwich City – Sky Super Calcio, SuperSport 7, TSN, ESPN Deportes, ESPN2, ESPN3, Fox Sports 1 Australia
10:00am – Chelsea vs West Bromwich – Sportsnet, Fox Soccer Channel, Fox Deportes, Fox Sports 3 Australia, SuperSport 4, SuperSport 5
11:00am – Reims vs PSG – TV5, Univision Deportes, Sport Italia
12:30pm – Wigan Athletic vs Liverpool – Fox Soccer Channel, Fox Soccer Channel, ESPN UK HD, Sportsnet One
2:45pm – Milan vs Lazio – ESPN UK / HD, beIN Sport USA, beIN Sport en Español, Al Jazeera Sports +1
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