Raahil Chopra
Oct 01, 2011

Must watch on TV: CLT20, Barclays Premier League and more

Also watch Bigg Boss 5

Must watch on TV: CLT20, Barclays Premier League and more

The Champions League T20 continues with five games scheduled for the weekend.
The unbeaten Mumbai Indians will look to resolve their batting issues when they take on Cape Cobras later today. Watch the game Live from 20:00 hours.
On Saturday, the South Australian Redbacks take on the Somerset Sabres at 16:00 hours, followed by the game between Kolkata Knight Riders and Warriors at 20:00 hours.
Sunday’s first game sees Mumbai Indians in action again. They take on the Blues from New South Wales. 
The second game at 20:00 hours features Chennai Super Kings and Trinidad & Tobago.  
Watch all the CLT20 games on ESPN and Star Cricket.
Further, for football fans there’s a full round of Premier League fixtures.
The Merseyside derby kicks things off for the weekend as Everton take on Liverpool at 17:15 hours.
This game is followed by Norwich City’s visit to Old Trafford to take on champions Manchester United at 19:30 hours.
On Sunday, Bolton Wanderers take on Chelsea at 18:00 hours, followed by the North London derby at 20:30 hours between Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal.
Moving from sports, there’s the fifth season of Bigg Boss.
Having brought in Bollywood duo Salman Khan and Sanjay Dutt, the reality show on Colors, starts on Sunday at 20:00 hours. 

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