Raahil Chopra
Mar 12, 2011

Must watch on TV: More from the ICC World Cup

Also watch the FA Cup clash between Arsenal and Manchester United.

Must watch on TV: More from the ICC World Cup


Action from the ICC World Cup 2011 continues with three matches scheduled for the weekend. 
On Saturday all the focus will be on Nagpur, as the Orange city is the venue for the Men in Blues' latest game. The Indians will be taking on the South Africans in a game which could prove to be their toughest outing so far. The added incentive of topping the group for the winner of this game makes it even bigger. Watch the game Live on STAR Cricket and STAR Sports from 14:30 hours onwards.
On Sunday, The Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai, the venue for the World Cup final, will taste cricket action for the first time since renovation. New Zealand, fresh from a morale boosting win over the Pakistanis will take on minnows Canada at 09:30 hours. Watch the match on ESPN.
In the second game of the day, Australia take on Kenya at Bengaluru. Catch all the action Live on STAR Cricket and STAR Sports, Live from 14:30 hours onwards.
Football fans can watch out for the FA Cup.
Arsenal will look to make it three defeats out of three for Manchester United, when the two rivals go head to head in the quarter finals of the FA Cup. Watch this game, on Sony Pix from 22:45 hours onwards on Saturday.
In other action, Stoke City will take on West Ham United on Sunday. The game begins at 17:30 hours, Live on Pix.
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