In a match-up of an overachieving team against an underachieving squad, Stuart Holden and Bolton take on struggling Liverpool in one of the more intriguing matches of the weekend.
Liverpool is in desperation mode as Roy Hodgson faces immense pressure to turn around an ugly season, while Owen Coyle and the Trotters are enjoying a dream season to date.
The Spanish First Division is back in action this weekend, with Barcelona beginning 2011 after finishing 2010 in strong fashion.
Here is a rundown of This Weekend's Soccer on TV:
THIS WEEKEND'S SOCCER ON TV
7:45am- ESPN2- West Bromwich Albion vs. Manchester United
8am- Fox Soccer Plus- Leeds United vs. Middlesbrough
10am-Fox Soccer Channel- Manchester City vs. Blackpool
10am-Fox Soccer Plus- Liverpool vs. Bolton
10am- FoxSoccer.tv- Tottenham vs. Fulham
10am- FoxSoccer.tv- West Ham vs. Wolverhampton
10am- FoxSoccer.tv- Stoke City vs. Everton
10am- FoxSoccer.tv- Sunderland vs. Blackburn
NOON- Fox Soccer Plus- West Ham vs. Wolverhampton (Delayed)
12:30PM- Fox Soccer Channel- Birmingham City vs. Arsenal
2PM- Fox Soccer Plus- Watford vs. Portsmouth
2:30PM- Fox Soccer Channel- Tottenham vs. Fulham (Delayed)
3am- Fox Soccer Channel- Adelaide United vs. Brisbane Roar
7:45am- No TV- Rangers vs. Celtic
8:30am- Fox Soccer Channel- Chelsea vs. Aston Villa
11am- Fox Soccer Channel- Wigan vs. Newcastle United
NOON- ESPN3.com- Barcelona vs Levante
2PM- ESPN3.com- Sevilla vs. Osasuna
4PM- ESPN.com- Valencia vs. Espanyol