Raahil Chopra
Aug 20, 2011

Must watch on TV: Barclays Premier League, India-England Test match and more

Arsenal host Liverpool in the big game of the weekend in the Barclays Premier League

Must watch on TV: Barclays Premier League, India-England Test match and more

India continue their disastrous tour of England this weekend, with the fear of being white-washed in the Test series. Trailing 3-0 and having lost the toss on a placid pitch at The Oval, only rain seems to stand between India and a 4-0 thrashing.

This Test may be Rahul Dravid, Sachin Tendulkar and VVS Laxman’s last Test in England and the trio will want to exit on a high, which could spark India into posting a revival before the limited over internationals start. Catch days two, three and four from 15:30 hours onwards today, tomorrow and day after, Live on Star Cricket.

For football fans, there’s the Barclays Premier League to look forward.

Action for the weekend kicks off with Sunderland taking on Newcastle in the Tyneside derby at ‘The Stadium of Light’ at 16:30 hours, Live on Star Sports.

 At 17:15 hours, on ESPN, Arsenal take on Liverpool at the Emirates in the big game of the weekend.
At 19:30 hours, Aston Villa take on Blackburn Rovers followed by the late kick-off at 22:00 hours, on ESPN which sees Chelsea take on West Bromwich Albion at Stamford Bridge.
On Sunday, Bolton take on Manchester City. The two teams currently occupy the top spot in the Premier League after they won their opening games, 4-0 respectively. Watch the game Live on ESPN from 20:30 hours onwards.

There’s more cricket coming our way, as Australia take on world cup runners-up, Sri Lanka in the fourth ODI of their five match series on Saturday. Watch the game Live on TEN Cricket from 14:30 hours onwards.

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