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Midweek TV Preview: 21 - 24 March 2011



Monday 21 March

15.30 Krylya Sovetov v CSKA Moscow, Russian Premier League, ESPN/ESPN HD
The Armymen of Moscow travel to Samara hoping to climb aboard the Wings of the Soviets. If they succeed, CSKA will soar to the top of the fledgling table.
19.45 MK Dons v Peterborough United, League One, Sky Sports 1/HD1
Posh have scored nineteen goals in the last five games and have won their last two trips to the Winkledome. The evil MK Dons are are doing pretty well themselves so a reasonably entertaining game is in prospect for those who can be bothered.

Tuesday 22 March

19.45 St Johnstone v Brechin, Scottish Cup 6th Round, Sky Sports 1/HD1
St Johnstone have become draw specialists of late and may be vulnerable to a decent lower division side. Brechin are third in the Second Division table but their form is poor. Still, if you can find generous odds on an away win it may be worth a punt on an upset.

Wednesday 23 March

14.00 Duisburg v Everton, UEFA Women's Champions League Quarter Final, British Eurosport
Everton are 3-1 down from the first leg against the 2009 UEFA Cup winners so it would be an unlikely upset at the PCC-Stadion.
19.35 Northern Ireland v England, Victory Shield, Sky Sports 2
A chance to see the stars of the future before they get the spirit and technique kicked out of them by English football.
00.50 Fluminense v América, Copa Libertadores, Premier Sports
The Mexicans have lost their last two domestic games but are second in Group 3. Fluminense are yet to win in the Libertadores.

Thursday 24 March

19.30 Barnet v Nottingham Forest, Women's Premier League Cup Final, ESPN/ESPN HD
Forest should be the favourites for this game but bottom-of-the-table Barnet have won their last two league games so should be up for this cup match in front of the cameras. Expect more Women's football on ESPN over the summer when the new FA WSL kicks off on 13 April.

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