Even though the cricket world cup is still a week away, cricket will dominate your to-do list this weekend. Favourites for this edition of the Cup, India, take on current world champions, Australia in their first warm-up game prior to the mega tournament. Watch the game on Sunday from 14:10 hours onwards on STAR Cricket and STAR Sports.
For football fans, there's the Barclays Premier League.
Manchester will be divided into two halves on Saturday. One in Red and the other in Blue this weekend as the Red Devils take on the Sky Blues. With Manchester United leading their city rivals by five points and holding a game's advantage, a win for the current league leaders could end Manchester City's title hopes. Kick off at Old Trafford is at 18:15 hours and catch all the action will be Live on ESPN.
In other Premier League action on Saturday, Liverpool will look to make it five wins out of five when they take on relegation contenders Wigan at 20:30 hours. Portuguese midfielder, Raul Meireles will be the one to look out for as he's scored four goals in his last give games for the Anfield based club. New signing Luis Suarez is also expected to make his first start in the game.
Second placed Arsenal will be looking to erase memories of an unforgettable game last weekend as the Gunners surrendered a four goal lead to drop two vital points against Newcastle, when they host Wolverhampton Wanderers at 20:30 hours. Catch this game Live on STAR Sports.
In the late kickoff at 23:00 hours, it's seventh against fifth as Sunderland host Tottenham. With Rafael Van der Vaart, Peter Crouch, Gareth Bale and Luka Modric doubtful to take any part for Tottenham in this game, Sunderland will fancy their chances to take all three points.
In the only game on Sunday, Bolton take on Everton at 21:25 hours, Live on ESPN.