By DAN KARELL
Sixty-six days after Manchester City lit up Tottenham for six goals in a rout last November, the two teams face off once more at White Hart Lane.
The last outing proved to be the catalyst for Andre Villas-Boas losing his job, but this time around, Tim Sherwood’s Tottenham come into the match knowing that a win could book them a place in the top four. On the other side of the coin, a win for Man City could lift them to the top of the English Premier League over Arsenal and Chelsea.
Chelsea are also in action today as they host a London derby against reeling West Ham United. In addition to Sunderland vs. Stoke, Bayern Munich travel to the nearby Mercedes-Benz Arena for the Südderby (South Germany derby) with Stuttgart. Bayern will be without Franck Ribery and Arjen Robben in addition to the already injured Javi Martinez and Bastian Schweinsteiger.
Elsewhere in action on Wednesday, Barcelona host Levante in the Copa Del Rey, Lazio visit Napoli in the Coppa Italia, and Deportivo Quito host Clarence Seedorf’s former club Botafogo in the first round of the Copa Libertadores. Capping off the evening is a friendly match between Mexico and South Korea from San Antonio, Texas.
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Enjoy the action. (Today’s schedule is after the jump):
2pm – Stuttgart vs. Bayern Munich – GolTV USA
2pm – Athletic Bilbao vs. Atletico Madrid – beIN Sports en Español
2:45pm – Tottenham vs. Manchester City – NBC Sports Network
2:45pm – Chelsea vs. West Ham United – Premier League Extra Time/NBC Sports Live Extra
2:45pm – Sunderland vs. Stoke City – Premier League Extra Time/NBC Sports Live Extra
2:45pm – Aston Villa vs. West Bromwich Albion – Premier League Extra Time/NBC Sports Live Extra
2:45pm – Napoli vs. Lazio – beIN Sports USA
4pm – Barcelona vs. Levante – beIN Sports USA
7pm – Deportivo Quito vs. Botafogo – Fox Deportes
9pm – Mexico vs. South Korea – ESPN News/UniMas