Raahil Chopra
May 05, 2010

Sports on TV: Action hots up at the T20 World Cup

The only thing that matches the rise in temperature, is the sporting action that awaits us this weekend. There’s loads of action that comprises of top cricket, football and Formula 1. 

Sports on TV: Action hots up at the T20 World Cup

The only thing that matches the rise in temperature, is the sporting action that awaits us this weekend. There’s loads of action that comprises of top cricket, football and Formula 1. 

The cricket world cup is in its second stage (super eights). 
It starts of at 19:00 hrs on Friday at Bridgestown, when India play Australia. In the second match of the evening, that starts at 23:00 hrs, hosts West Indies will play Sri Lanka. 
 
On Saturday, it’s a must win game for New Zealand and Pakistan when they lock horns, following losses for both of them in the first game of this stage. This match starts at 19:00 hrs. At 23:00 hrs, it’s the teams that won their opening encounter, England and South Africa who play each other.
 
On Sunday, in the early game starting at 19:00 hrs it’s India who play West Indies. In the last game of the weekend, Australia play last years runners up, Sri Lanka. This game starts at 23:00 hrs. 
All the games on Friday and Saturday are live on STAR Cricket, while the games on Sunday are on ESPN. 
 
It’s the last round of fixtures in the Barclays Premier League. There’s a one point gap between leaders Chelsea and defending champions Manchester United. A win for Chelsea will mean the title will head to London no matter what Manchester United do. Chelsea play Wigan at Stamford Bridge while Manchester United host Stoke City. If Chelsea fail to win and Manchester United win, Manchester United will become the first team in English league history to win the title four times in a row. Both the games will be played simultaneously on Sunday at 19:25 hrs on STAR Sports. Catch Final Score at 21:30, a show that will round up the results from all the fixtures on Sunday. 
 
Further, for motor racing fans there’s the Spanish Grand Prix. Fernando Alonso, in front of his home crowd will look to add to his to one Grand Prix victory with his new team, Ferrari. After the disappointing results at the Chinese Grand Prix, Force India will be hoping to sort things out and get back into the points too. Catch all the action from qualifying on Saturday at 17:20 hrs and the race on Sunday from 17:30 hrs onwards on STAR Sports.

 

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