Raahil Chopra
Jan 21, 2012

Must watch on TV: Barclays Premier League, Australian Open, Colors Screen Awards

Manchester United take on Arsenal and Manchester City play Tottenham Hotspur in the big games of the weekend

Must watch on TV: Barclays Premier League, Australian Open, Colors Screen Awards


Sport and Bollywood dominates your must watch list as there’s action from The Australian Open, English Premier League and the Colors Screen Awards this weekend.

The early risers can tune into Star Sports to catch the fourth round of the Australian Open on Saturday and Sunday. The action from Melbourne begins at 5:00 am.

For football fans, there’s a full round of Barclays Premier League to look forward to.

Saturday’s action kicks off at 18:10 hours, as Chelsea travel to Norwich. This game is followed by the game at 20:30 hours, between Fulham and Newcastle.

In the late kick off at 23:00 hours, Bolton host Liverpool.

Sunday witnesses two big games, as four of the top five teams feature.

In the first game at 19:00 hours, league leaders Manchester City take on third place Tottenham. In the second game of the evening at 21:30 hours, Arsenal will look to take revenge for their 8-2 defeat against Manchester United earlier this season, as they host the champions at the Emirates Stadium.

Further for Bollywood fans, there’s the Colors Screen Awards on Sunday. The show starts at 20:00 hours, on Colors.

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