Raahil Chopra
Oct 22, 2011

Must watch on TV: India-England ODI series, Manchester derby and more

Also watch Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara this weekend

Must watch on TV: India-England ODI series, Manchester derby and more

ODI cricket returns to Mumbai this weekend, for the first time after the historic World Cup final, where the Indian team was crowned world champions.

India have already won the ODI series, but a win at the Wankhede Stadium will keep them on track to achieve the a whitewash in the ODI series. Watch the game Live on Neo Cricket at 14:30 hours, Live on Sunday. For those who wish to get a ticket to the game, tickets are available on www.kyazoonga.com.

Further, there’s a full round of Barclays Premier League fixtures over the weekend.

Manchester United and Manchester City, currently placed second and first respectively in the league, go head-to-head in the Manchester derby at Old Trafford on Sunday. Kickoff for the game is at Live on ESPN at 18:00 hours.

In another derby, newly promoted Queens Park Rangers will take on third placed Chelsea. Kickoff for this one is Live at 20:30 hours, Live on ESPN>

Fifth place Liverpool, will be looking to pile on the pressure on the top four with a victory against Norwich City on Saturday. Catch the game, Live on Saturday at 22:00 hours on ESPN.

Arsenal will look to continue their impressive form over the week, when they take on Stoke City at the Emirates on Sunday. The game will kickoff at 18:00 hours on Sunday, and Star Sports will telecast this game.

For Bollywood buffs, there’s ‘Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara’ to look forward too. Watch the movie on Star Gold on Saturday at 21:00 hours.


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