Raahil Chopra
Jun 18, 2010

Sports on TV: The FIFA World Cup continues

The weekend is upon us once again and brings with it some great sporting action. The FIFA World Cup enters its second round of group fixtures. Hope for loads of goals as the teams look used to the playing conditions now and will enter matches with more confidence. 

Sports on TV: The FIFA World Cup continues

The weekend is upon us once again and brings with it some great sporting action. The FIFA World Cup enters its second round of group fixtures. Hope for loads of goals as the teams look used to the playing conditions now and will enter matches with more confidence. 

 
The action kicks off on Friday at 17:00 hours with the in-form Germans taking on Serbia. At 19:30, USA will fancy their chances against Slovenia. In the third game of the night, England, in a must-win situation take on Algeria. 
 
On Saturday, the early game pits the Dutch against the Japanese. Ghana, will take on Australia in the second game of the night which kicks off at 19:30 hours. The midnight kickoff features Cameroon, as they take on Denmark.
 
Sunday, features the big game of the weekend as Brazil take on the Ivory Coast at midnight. Slovakia take on Paraguay in the early kick off (17:00 hours). World Champions Italy lock horns with New Zealand at 19:30. All the games are Live on ESPN.
 
In cricket, arch rivals India take on Pakistan in the on-going Asia Cup on Saturday at Dambulla in Sri Lanka. Pakistan will need to beat India, in order to qualify for the finals. The game begins at 14:30 hours Live on NEO Cricket. 
 
In the rare case of all of this not filling your sporting appetite, there's also the British MotoGP to look forward to. Catch all the action from Silverstone from 15:30 hours onwards, Live on STAR Sports.
 

 

Source:
Campaign India

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