Monthly Archives: January 2013

Waste Management Phoenix Open 2013 live stream Golf video sopcast online on HD TV

Match scheduled: Thursday, January 31
from : 21:00 GMT

Day 1 To Final Day:: PGA Tour 2013 – Waste Management Phoenix Open 2013 – TPC Scottsdale :: Scottsdale, Arizona, USA

Waste Management Phoenix Open 2013 live

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The 2013 Waste Management Phoenix Open will feature many big-name golfers as the early season tournament schedule begins to heat up. The tournament is highlighted by the likes of Phil Mickelson, Jason Dufner, Keegan Bradley, and returning champion Kyle Stanley.

The Phoenix Open got underway at 8:30 a.m. MT after a one hour frost delay. The first group out on tee No. 1 featured Bo Van Pelt, Kevin Stadler and Kevin Chappell; while the first group to start at the 10th hole included Robert Garrigus, Kevin Sutherland and Kevin Streelman.

The big groups will follow shortly. Group 16 (9:06 a.m. tee time) is the most star-studded with Mickelson, Dufner, and Rickie Fowler all playing together. Right behind them, Group 17 (9:15 a.m. tee time) features Brandt Snedeker, Hunter Mahan and Padraig Harrington. Both groups begin their play on the 10th hole.

The top afternoon groups are 27 and 28, both teeing off from the first hole. Nick Watney, Bubba Watson and Russell Henley are all playing in Group 27 (1:16 p.m. tee time) and Bradley, Stanley and Martin Kaymer are in Group 28 (1:25 p.m. tee time).

Manchester United vs Southampton live stream EPL soccer video sopcast online on HD TV

Premier League Live: Manchester United vs. Southampton, Old Trafford (30/01, 3 p.m. ET)

Red-hot Manchester United welcome Southampton to Old Trafford this Wednesday as they seek to continue their rich vein of form.

The Red Devils are unbeaten in their last 12 games, flying higher in the Premier League than they ever have since the competition’s inception.

Backed by the terrific performances of forwards Robin van Persie and Wayne Rooney, Sir Alex Ferguson’s side should expect to pick up three comfortable points this Sunday.

However, Southampton aren’t a team to take lightly.

The Saints have been steadily improving in recent weeks and will currently be seeking to impress new boss Mauricio Pochettino, who replaced Nigel Adkins this month.

Manchester United vs Southampton live

Manchester United vs Southampton live

Manchester United vs Southampton live

The last time the club earned a point at Old Trafford was back in 1999, when stalwart Matthew Le Tissier was in the lineup.

In terms of injuries and suspensions, the Red Devils are still missing Jonny Evans and Ashley Young, while Southampton may blood new signing Vegard Forren in defence.
Projected Lineups:

Manchester United: de Gea, Rafael, Ferdinand, Vidic, Evra, Valencia, Carrick, Cleverley, Nani, Rooney, van Persie.

Southampton: Boruc, Clyne, Yoshida, Hooiveld, Shaw, Schneiderlin, Cork, Puncheon, Ramirez, Guly do Prado, Lambert.

Reading vs Chelsea live stream EPL soccer video sopcast online on HD TV

It is interesting contrasting Reading with Aston Villa right now. The Royals are one point and one place behind with a game in hand following Tuesday night’s action.

But while Villa seem locked into a downward spiral of discontent, Reading are showing signs of acquiring a genuine upward sense of momentum.

With Chelsea coming to the Madejski Stadium on Wednesday maintaining such a sense will be easier said than done. But in their recent form Brian McDermott’s men can find cause to be optimistic.

Reading vs Chelsea live

Chelsea v Reading live

Chelsea v Reading live

For a little while hope seemed like it would remain elusive as Reading lost seven on the trot starting in late November. The last of that run saw them lose heartbreakingly away to Manchester City; Gareth Barry scored the match’s only goal in stoppage time when a valuable point looked on the cards.

Since that game they have won three of their five Premier League outings. Last time out they got the better of Newcastle United, a win that was vital in them keeping touch with the teams immediately outside the relegation zone.

There have been improvements all round in the Reading team, not least in the increasingly apparent collective desire to get out of the bottom three. In recent weeks though, it has been the form of their forwards that has seen them make the most of their all-round improvement.

Pavel Pogrebnyak grabbed three in three league games, including winners against West Ham United and West Bromwich Albion.

In the latter game Adam Le Fondre also scored before adding a brace a week later in that Newcastle win. Another two for him came prior to that in the FA Cup, a competition that has also seen Noel Hunt stake his claim for a starting place with three goals of his own as they have progressed to the fifth round.

Hunt may miss Wednesday’s game through injury. Right now though, they will confident about any of their strikers coming in and getting a goal.

Considering Chelsea’s erratic form, Reading might consider now as good as time as any to play the European champions. Or should they?

Recent cup outings saw the Blues lose their Capital One Cup semifinal and almost get turned over by third-tier Brentford in the FA Cup. In the Premier League however, they are actually performing solidly.

Given the drama and acrimony that seems to perpetually surround Chelsea you might think they were in the bottom half. Instead they remain third and recorded a good win over top-four rivals Arsenal in their last match.

You cannot ignore this Chelsea team is not the force of old that won three titles in six seasons. The nature of that cup draw with Brentford and losses to Queens Park Rangers and West Ham in the last couple of months show that much.

But whether managed by Rafael Benitez or Roberto Di Matteo, there is still so much talent in this team that not Reading or anyone else can take them lightly.

Who Benitez has in mind to face the Royals is not so apparent when he has so many options. Should they play, Frank Lampard and particularly Gary Cahill will be among those desperate to put in a good showing after the poorness of their displays at Griffin Park on Sunday.

Cahill may not even play. Against Brentford, John Terry started his first game since returning from injury. Benitez might consider shuffling his defensive pack once more to accommodate the club captain.

As will likely be the case for the rest of the season, a lot of attention will be on who plays upfront out of Demba Ba and Fernando Torres.

The latter scored a fine goal against Brentford that served to remind of his quality, but the Spaniard is still struggling with issues of consistency. Ba has settled in decently enough at Chelsea since joining earlier this month, if not quite doing enough to make the lone forward position his own. Reading will need to be at their best, whoever they are charged with defending.

Chelsea will feel their superiority will be enough to get them the three points, but they have had plenty of reminders of late that it does not always work out accordingly to such things.

Arsenal vs Liverpool Live Stream EPL soccer video sopcast online on HD TV

Both Arsenal and Liverpool are in desperate need of a win. This will leave at least one club disappointed at the end of their battle on Wednesday.

These two historic clubs are currently in sixth and seventh place respectively in the English Premier League. This puts them on the outside looking of not only next year’s Champions League, but the Europa League as well.

While a draw would not be devastating, getting three points for a victory would certainly be much more ideal.

Arsenal vs Liverpool Live

Arsenal vs Liverpool LIVE

Arsenal vs Liverpool LIVE

Make sure you do not miss a second of this match as these two sides put it all on the line.
Where: Emirates Stadium, London, England

When: Wednesday, Jan. 30 at 2.45 p.m. ET

The big story in this match for Liverpool is if the team can keep up its recent stretch of great offensive play. In the last eight league matches, the squad has scored at least three goals in five of them.

Before falling to Oldham Athletic in the FA Cup, the club was able to defeat a solid Norwich City team by a score of 5-0.

This will certainly help the goal differential if it comes up in the future.

Meanwhile, Arsenal also had a big win of its own. It defeated West Ham United 5-1 a week ago.

Unfortunately, neither side has been as strong against the top competition in the league. Arsenal was unable to make up ground with losses to Chelsea and Manchester City, while Liverpool suffered a defeat at the hands of Manchester United.

Still, the top players on each side have to keep the confidence from the previous league match and carry it over into this important battle.

Arsenal was able to win 2-0 when these clubs faced each other in September, but it will almost certainly be closer this time around.

Real Madrid vs Barcelona live stream EL Clasico soccer online on HD TV

Real Madrid vs Barcelona live score starts on 30.01.2013 at 21:00 UTC time at Estadio Santiago Bernabeu stadium in Copa del Rey, Spain.
Football fans across the world look forward to when these two go head to head and with several meetings lined up in the next few weeks, this week’s contest is set to be a stunning introduction to the latest chapter of this famous rivalry.

It is Barcelona that lead the way in La Liga of course – they are a massive 11 points clear at the top of the table – so the Copa del Rey is an opportunity for Real Madrid to get the better of them.

Real Madrid vs Barcelona live stream

Real Madrid vs FC Barcelona 2013 Jan 30
Wed – 20:00 GMT

Event details:
NAME: Real Madrid-Barcelona
DATE: January 30, 2013
TIME: 20:00 UTC
VENUE: Estadio Santiago Bernabeu
STREET: Avenida de Concha Espina, 3, 28036 Madrid, Spain

In three meetings with the league leaders this season, Madrid have won one, lost one and drawn one, so things are fairly even. They don’t beat Barcelona on home soil too often these days though and a first-leg advantage will be crucial.

With manager Jose Mourinho under pressure, they need to perform on Wednesday. A home defeat to Barcelona would create somewhat of a negative atmosphere in Madrid and would be a poor start to what is an extremely important few weeks in their season.

As you may expect, Cristiano Ronaldo is likely to be key to the home side’s hopes.

Like Ronaldo, Messi comes into this one on the back of a successful weekend having scored four in a 5-1 victory over Osasuna. The two greatest players in the world, Messi and Ronaldo have hit their best form at the perfect time.

Real Madrid
– currently ranked on 3. place in LIGA BBVA
– last match won 4 – 0 against Getafe
– results in last 10 matches: won 5 matches, drawn 3 matches and lost 2 matches
– scored 25 goals and conceded 11 goals in last 10 matches
– more than 2.5 goals have been scored in 7 of last 10 matches
– have scored in 9 of last 10 matches

Barcelona
– currently ranked on 1. place in LIGA BBVA
– last match won 5 – 1 against Osasuna
– results in last 10 matches: won 8 matches, drawn 1 matches and lost 1 matches
– scored 34 goals and conceded 11 goals in last 10 matches
– more than 2.5 goals have been scored in 9 of last 10 matches
– have scored in 10 of last 10 matches
PROBABLE LINEUPS
BARCELONA

Valdes
Alves, Puyol, Mascherano, Alba
Xavi, Busquets, Fabregas
Pedro, Messi, Iniesta

REAL MADRID

Casillas
Arbeloa, Albiol, Ramos, Marcelo
Khedira, Alonso
Di Maria, Ozil, Ronaldo
Higuain

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