It's boxing day weekend, which means a long list of great sporting action awaits us this weekend.
To start things off, a rejuvenated Australian team takes on England in the fourth Ashes Test on early Sunday morning at 5:00 am, Live on STAR Cricket. An England victory, will mean that they do retain the Ashes, and even a draw is good enough for them. Australia will have to avoid defeat at Melbourne if they have want to have any chances of winning back the Ashes.
There's more cricket from the Southern Hemisphere, as the troubled Pakistani team takes on the out of form New Zealanders in the first T20 game on Sunday. The game starts at 6:30 am, and will be Live on NEO Cricket.
And yet, there's more from the Southern Hemisphere at 1:30 pm from Durban in South Africa, where the Indian team will be looking to bounce back from their innings defeat in the first Test and show why they are the number one Test team in the world. Zaheer Khan should return, so show could the Indian team's confidence.
Further, there's Barclays Premier League action on Sunday.
Weather conditions and snow prevented seven of the last ten BPL games to take place last weekend, but the authorities seem to be confident that the matches can go through this week.
To start things off, Fulham take on West Ham United at 5:25 pm. After that table toppers, Manchester United will look to extend their lead over Arsenal and Chelsea, by beating Sunderland at 8:25 pm. Blackpool will be looking to start playing games at home again, after their previous two home games were cancelled due to weather conditions. They are scheduled to host Liverpool and you can watch that game, Live at 8:25 pm on STAR Sports. In the last game of the night, Aston Villa take on the in-form Tottenham Hotspurs at 11:00 pm. All the games other than the Liverpool game, are Live on ESPN.