Raahil Chopra
Jul 09, 2010

Sports on TV: Spain play Netherlands in the FIFA World Cup final

The one month long football extravaganza comes to an end this weekend with the Finals of the FIFA World Cup. Along with this there’s Formula 1 and cricket action also coming our way.

Sports on TV: Spain play Netherlands in the FIFA World Cup final

The one month long football extravaganza comes to an end this weekend with the Finals of the FIFA World Cup. Along with this there’s Formula 1 and cricket action also coming our way.


The two deserving finalists, Spain playing Netherlands in a game that assures us of some eye-catching passing with the best 22 players in the World stepping onto the pitch at Johannesburg. The game begins at 23:50 hours on Sunday. The losing semi-finalists, Germany and Uruguay will play each other, in a match to determine the third and fourth placed team for this edition of the World Cup. This game starts at 23:50 hours on Saturday.

Both the games are live on ESPN.


The F1 circuit moves to Silverstone in England. Spanish fans will be hoping that their country-man, Fernando Alonso sets the tone for the weekend with a strong show in the race. For Indian fans, Adrian Sutil will look to build on his points finish in Valencia with another strong race at Silverstone.  Catch qualifying from the British GP on Saturday at 17:20 hours and the race itself on Sunday at 17:15 hrs, live on STAR Sports.
Further, there’s ODI cricket action with England playing Bangladesh. The second ODI between these two teams will be played on Saturday, live from 15:20 hrs on STAR Cricket







 

Source:
Campaign India

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