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Sunday Open Thread: El Clasico Edition

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Only two matches to follow in the Premier League, but there's Barcelona's visit to Real Madrid and a couple of interesting Serie A matches to follow to laze the day away.

Liverpool continue to render table-watching unnecessary, but for those of you still intent on expending emotional energy toward the failures of others, Spurs host Southampton in the early Premier League kickoff (3:30PM GMT/11:30AM EST) in hopes of continuing their improved form--even if the results haven't come with it--against the side whose manager many have suddenly tipped to become their next boss. I don't think that sentence made any sense.

The day's main event comes in La Liga, where Real Madrid host Barcelona with a very real chance of asserting themselves as the frontrunners (if they haven't already) in a match that kicks off at 8:00PM GMT/4:00PM EST, while in Serie A you can tag along with Conor for Napoli as they host Fiorentina (5:30PM GMT/1:30PM EST) or watch Lazio deliver the final blow to Clarence Seedorf's Milan managerial career later in the day (7:45PM GMT/3:45PM EST).

Check out ESPNFC's live scores page for other matches the rest of the day, and LiveSoccerTV, which has a schedule along with live and repeat viewings on offer through legal providers. Check your local listings and the LiveSoccer schedule page to catch up, and feel free to talk about any and all of it below. Reminder that links to illegal streaming sites will be removed immediately and repeat offenders will be banned.