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TV Guide: Where to catch your football this week

Wondering where to get your football fix this week? Look no further than Goal India's comprehensive TV guide

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Where to catch the LIVE action:

Monday, 14 July

14:00 - FIFA World Cup 2014 : Argentina vs. Belgium [Repeat on Sony Six and Sony Six HD]

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(Full 2014 World Cup TV schedule)

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