Raahil Chopra
Nov 19, 2010

Must watch on TV: India - New Zealand Test series decider

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Must watch on TV: India - New Zealand Test series decider

The weekend is here again and with it comes some great sporting action. To start things off on Saturday morning, India take on New Zealand in the third and final Test match. With the series still level, the onus will be on the Indians to win the Test and the series to consolidate their position as the number one Test team. Tune into NEO Cricket at 9:30 am to watch all the action. Day two will also start at 9:30 am.

After an inspired century from Younis Khan along with some stubborn resistance shown by the other batsmen to secure a draw during the first Test, Pakistan will look to go one better by beating the Proteas in the second Test at Abu Dhabi. South Africa meanwhile will also be full of confidence after the first Test, that saw centuries from Graeme Smith, Hashim Amla and Jacques Kallis and will be up for the challenge. Watch the second Test Live on TEN Cricket on Saturday and Sunday from 11:30 am onwards.

In football, there’s a full round of Barclays Premier League action. Its North London derby time to kick things off, as Tottenham Hotspur hope to get their Barclays Premier League season back on track by inflicting a defeat on their city rivals Arsenal at 6:15 pm on ESPN. Chelsea travel to Birmingham, fresh from a 3-0 home thrashing at the hands of Sunderland at 8:30 pm on STAR Sports. On ESPN meanwhile, Manchester United will hope to put an end to their run of draws when they play lowly Wigan Athletic at Old Trafford at 8:30 pm on ESPN. In the last game of the night at 11:00 pm, Liverpool minus their captain and star midfielder, Steven Gerrard will host West Ham United. 

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