Raahil Chopra
Feb 26, 2011

Must watch on TV: India take on England

Also watch the game between Sri Lanka and Pakistan.

Must watch on TV: India take on England

If the cricket fever hasn't hit you yet, there's a high chance you catch the infection this weekend as India, England, Sri Lanka and Pakistan feature in two big clashes. 

On Saturday at 14:30 hours, the Premadasa stadium in Colombo will witness two Asian giants - Sri Lanka and Pakistan going head to head. Watch the game Live on STAR Cricket and STAR Sports.

On Sunday the action shifts to Bengaluru. India take on England at the Chinnaswamy Stadium, a venue which has already witnessed action featuring wood, but its the lathis in action instead of the cricket bats. Rest assured the ticketing issues will be put aside by the time the game begins and cricket emerges the winner. Watch MS Dhoni's men take on Andrew Strauss and company from 14:30 hours onwards, Live on ESPN, STAR Sports and STAR Cricket

In amongst all the cricket action, football fans have plenty of Football to look forward to over the weekend.

In the Barclays Premier League, watch Wigan Athletic take on league leaders Manchester United at 20:30 hours on Saturday, followed by delayed coverage of the game between Newcastle and Bolton Wanderers at 23:00 hours. ESPN will telecast both the games.

Sunday sees cup final action as Arsenal take on Birmingham City in the Carling Cup Final. Buoyed by a win over Barcelona, the Gunners will be favourites for this game but Birmingham have had an inspired run to the finals and cannot be written off as well. Watch all the action on TEN Action Plus from 21:25 hours onwards.

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