Raahil Chopra
Feb 04, 2012

Must watch on TV: IPL 5 auctions, Ind-Aus tri series

Chelsea take on Manchester United in the big game from the Barclays Premier League on Sunday

Must watch on TV: IPL 5 auctions, Ind-Aus tri series

Cricket dominates the television this weekend with the IPL auctions and the tri series from Australia taking centre stage.

Kochi Tuskers’ contract was terminated which has led to their players being hot property for the auction. Ravindra Jadeja, Brendon McCullum, Mahela Jayawardene and S Sreesanth will be among the players who will be hotly contested for in the auctions. To see who joins whom, watch the auctions from 10:45 hours, Live on Set Max on Saturday.

Cricket fans can move from the auctions, to Live action on Sunday as the tri-series between India, Australia and Sri Lanka begins on Sunday. India take on Australia in the first game from the tri-series, which begins at 08:50 hours, Live on ESPN.

Further, there’s action from the Barclays Premier League.

In the first game on Saturday at 18:25 hours, Arsenal host Blackburn followed by the game between Queens Park Rangers and Wolves at 20:30 hours.

In the late kickoff at 23:00 hours on Saturday, Manchester City host Fulham.

On Sunday, in the big game of the weekend, Chelsea host champions Manchester United at 21:30 hours. Watch all the EPL games mentioned here, Live on ESPN and ESPN HD.

Source:
Campaign India

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