Raahil Chopra
Jan 29, 2011

Must watch on TV: ODI action, Australian Open finals, FA Cup

Mahesh Bhupati and Leander Paes feature in the doubles final at Melbourne.

Must watch on TV: ODI action, Australian Open finals, FA Cup

Hindustan Times has asked you all to stay away from the television tomorrow with its 'No TV Day' initiative. If you are one of those who is following it, don't read further. If you aren't following it, there's loads for you to catch on your TV set.

The Indian duo of Leander Paes and Mahesh Bhupati take on the Bryan brothers in the finals of the Australian open tomorrow. Catch that and the women's single finals from Melbourne Live on STAR Sports from 1:30 pm onwards. The men's single final will take place on Sunday. The winner of the game between David Ferrer and Andy Murray will take on Novak Djokovic in the finals on Sunday.
For football fans there's the fourth round of the FA Cup on Sony Pix. Defending champions Chelsea travel to Liverpool to take on Everton at 6:00 pm. Southampton then host Manchester United in a game that the channel will telecast in the early hours of Sunday at 2:00 am.

On Sunday, championship side Notts County host Manchester City at 5:30 pm.

In cricket, England, trailing 3-1 take on Australia in a must win game on Sunday. If England lose the game, Australia will take an unassailable lead in the seven match series. Catch the game Live from 8:50 am onwards on STAR Cricket.

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