Raahil Chopra
Dec 10, 2011

Must watch on TV: India-West Indies ODI, Barclays Premier League

Also watch the test match between Australia and New Zealand

Must watch on TV: India-West Indies ODI, Barclays Premier League

Most of your television sets will have highlights from Virender Sehwag’s 219 running, but there’s more to watch this weekend.

For the early risers, there’s the ongoing second test match between Australia and New Zealand. Watch the second and third day on Saturday and Sunday respectively to see what Australia’s batsman can conjure up after their bowlers dismissed the Kiwis for only 150. Tune into Star Cricket at 05:00 hours to watch this game.

Following their big win at Indore, India has won the ODI series with a game to spare, but there’s still plenty of interest left in the series. Captain Virender Sehwag may hand a place to Irfan Pathan this game, following his recall to the ODI squad. Watch the game Live on Sunday at 14:30 hours on Neo Cricket.

There’s also the Barclays Premier League to look forward to.

Following their loss to Basel and elimination from the Champions League, champions Manchester United will be looking to bounce back with a win against Wolves at Old Trafford. Watch the game Live on ESPN at 20:30 hours. Also at 20:30 hours on Star Sports, Liverpool take on QPR.

On Sunday, Stoke City take on third place Tottenham Hotspur at 21:30 hours, Live on ESPN.

Further, it’s a case of Monday night blues, as first placed, Manchester City travel to London to take on Chelsea. Watch the game Live in the early hours of Tuesday morning, at 01:25 hours, Live on ESPN.

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