The weekend is upon us once again and with it comes some great sporting action.
The Formula 1 season is at its climax with only three races left. Mark Webber who currently leads the drivers standings will look to put some daylight between him and the others with a win in Korea. Second placed and in-form Ferrari driver, Fernando Alonso will do his utmost to deny him that victory and put in a strong case for the championship too. To see who prevails, watch qualifying from Korea on Saturday at 10:20 am, followed by the race itself on Sunday Live at 11:30 am on STAR Sports.
Premier League clubs seem to have more issues surrounding administration and the running of the club than the battle on the football field. After the Liverpool ownership saga came to an end, the latest to have hit the front and back pages of the British tabloids is the one involving Wayne Rooney. Rooney, himself has been in the news for all the wrong reasons this season; this following a non performance in South Africa during the World Cup combined with the sex scandals doesn't seem to be enough for him and the latest to have hit the papers is his decision to leave Old Trafford and Manchester United.
Amongst all of this, there's football to look forward to with a full round of Premier League fixtures this weekend. It starts off with Tottenham Hotspurs hosting Everton at White Hart Lane at 5:15 pm. Chelsea host Wolves after this at 7:30 pm followed by the potentially entertaining fixture between West Ham United and Newcastle at 9:55 pm. All the games are Live on ESPN.
On Sunday, Manchester United will look to put the issue surrounding Wayne Rooney behind them when they travel to Stoke City. Catch this game Live from 5:55 pm, Live on ESPN. Liverpool, will look to finally put an end to their disastrous start to the season, when they host Blackburn Rovers at 7:25 pm on STAR Sports. The last game of the weekend is the biggest one, with Manchester City hosting Arsenal. City will be looking to make one more statement of intent with a win over a potential top four rival. This game is Live on ESPN.
The short ODI series between India and Australia comes to an end on Sunday. A win for India will mean, not only do they win the ODI series, Australia will also return home empty handed and failing to win any of their international games in the tour. The ODI starts at 9:30 am, Live on NEO Cricket.