Raahil Chopra
Jun 25, 2011

Must watch on TV: Wimbledon, T20 International and Formula 1

England take on Sri Lanka in the first T20 ODI on Saturday

Must watch on TV: Wimbledon, T20 International and Formula 1

Sport returns to dominate our weekend plans with loads of cricket, tennis and formula 1 action coming our way.

Stuart Broad will lead England’s T20 International team for the first time since after his permanent appointment as captain, on Saturday, when England take on Sri Lanka in a one-off T20 game at Bristol.

After the disappointment of the Test series defeat, Sri Lanka will look to bounce back with a strong performance. Watch the game Live on STAR Cricket at 19:00 hours on Saturday.

Staying with action from England, tennis fans can look forward to Wimbledon.  Following Li Na’s surprise exit from the Championships, catch Days 6 and 7, Live on STAR Sports from 16:30 hours onwards on Saturday and Sunday, to see if any of the other big names crash out.

For motor-racing fans there’s the European Grand Prix to look forward to. Jenson Button will look to build on his race victory at Canada which saw him put an end to Sebastian Vettel’s three race winning streak. Vettel has won five of the seven races so far and will look to get back to winning ways at Valencia.  Catch qualifying for the European Grand Prix at 17:20 hours on Saturday, followed by the race itself on Sunday at 17:30 hours, Live on ESPN.

Source:
Campaign India

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