Raahil Chopra
Dec 03, 2011

Must watch on TV: Barclays Premier League, Australia-New Zealand test series

Also watch the ongoing ODI between India and West Indies

Must watch on TV: Barclays Premier League, Australia-New Zealand test series

With three major events taking place in Mumbai, chances are that most of you'll will be staying away from your television this weekend. For those who decide to stay put at home, there's plenty for you to look forward to.

To start with, there's the second ODI between India and West Indies going on currently at Vizag. India won the toss and elected to field, so do tune into Neo Cricket to watch India's run chase.

For the early risers, there's more cricket action to look forward to as the international Australian summer is on the way. Watch the test series between Australia and New Zealand from 5:00 am onwards, Live on Star Cricket.

Further, there's a full round of Barclays Premier League fixtures awaiting us.

To kick things off for the weekend at 18:10 hours, Live on ESPN watch the game between fourth placed Newcastle and fifth place Chelsea at St. James' Park.  This game is followed by the game between league leaders, Manchester City and newly promoted, Norwich City at 20:30 hours. Watch the game Live on ESPN.

In the late kickoff at 23:00 hours on Saturday night, champions Manchester United travel to Aston Villa. Watch the game Live on ESPN.

Source:
Campaign India

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