Raahil Chopra
Oct 16, 2010

Sports on TV: India and Australia ready to battle in the ODI arena

Also watch a full round of Barclays Premier League matches

Sports on TV: India and Australia ready to battle in the ODI arena

Even though the Commonwealth Games is behind us now, there’s plenty of sporting action coming our way this weekend with lots of cricket and football action being the highlights.

After a 2-0 drubbing in the Test series, Australia, who currently hold the numero uno spot in the ODI series are expected to come back hard at the Indians in the three match ODI series. The first of the three ODI’s take place on Sunday at Kochi from 09:00 hours onwards live on NEO Cricket.

Further, there’s a full round of Barclays Premier League fixtures coming our way. It all starts off on Saturday when Manchester United take on West Bromwich Albion at 19:25 hours and Arsenal hosting Birmingham City. Manchester United’s game will be Live on ESPN while Arsenal’s game will be Live on STAR Sports. These games are followed by the game featuring Chelsea, who currently lead the table taking on Aston Villa. This game starts at 21:55 hours and will be Live on ESPN.

On Sunday, struggling Liverpool take on fellow city rivals and currently struggling Everton in the big game of the weekend. The Merseyside derby is normally an intense and a cracking game, and expect this one to be following the same pattern. Catch it Live on ESPN from 17:55 hours onwards.

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