Raahil Chopra
May 20, 2011

Must watch on TV: The Barclays Premier League comes to an end

Also watch the last round of IPL games preceding the knock out stages

Must watch on TV: The Barclays Premier League comes to an end

A long eight month long Barclays Premier League season comes to an end this weekend. Even though Manchester United have already been crowned champions, there’s still a lot to play for in the league.

Only one point separates Blackburn, Wolves, Birmingham and Blackpool. Two of these four teams will get relegated and the different permutations and combinations will finally come to an end this weekend. 

With all the games being play simultaneously, only two of them will be telecast Live in India.

Blackpool will hope that newly crowned champions Manchester United take their step off the gas and allow Blackpool to secure an unlikely victory at Old Trafford. Tune into ESPN at 20:25 hours on Sunday for the game.

On STAR Sports, Wolverhamption Wanderers take on Blackburn Rovers.

In the delayed telecast on ESPN, Aston Villa, fresh from a 3-1 victory over Arsenal, take on Liverpool. On STAR Sports, catch delayed coverage of Newcastle United’s match against West Bromwich Albion. Both the games will be telecast at 22:30 hours.

Further, there are four games to be played in the Indian Premier League.

An Adam Gilchrist led Kings XI Punjab start things off this weekend when they host the Deccan Chargers at Dharamsala at 16:00 hours on Saturday.

In the second game of the day at 20:00 hours, the two struggling teams, Pune Warriors India and Delhi Daredevils go head to head at the Feroz Shah Kotla in Delhi.

On Sunday, the Bangalore Royal Challengers take on the Chennai Super Kings at 16:00 hours, followed by the game between the Kolkata Knight Riders and the Mumbai Indians at 20:00 hours.

All the IPL games are Live on SET Max.

For Motorsports fans, there’s the Spanish Grand Prix. Find out if Adrian Sutil would put all his off track problems aside and make it a weekend to remember for Force India fans on Sunday at 17:30 hours on ESPN. Qualifying for the Grand Prix is on Saturday at 17:20 hours.

The sporting action doesn’t come to an end here. The French Open starts this weekend, with Round 1, starting on Sunday at 14:30 hours. Catch the action on STAR Sports.

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