Raahil Chopra
Feb 17, 2010

Sports on TV: Two Twenty20 internationals this weekend

A weekend full of cricket awaits all the cricket enthusiasts this weekend. There are two Twenty20 internationals and one ODI which will feature six top teams.Pakistan will look to put their terror run in Australia behind them as they play England in the UAE. The second T20 international is on Saturday and it starts at 19:30 hours, live on TEN Sports.Australia’s summer of cricket action is coming to an end with the two Twenty20 games that will be played between Australia and West Indies, the first of which is on Sunday at 13:00 on STAR Cricket.

Sports on TV: Two Twenty20 internationals this weekend

A weekend full of cricket awaits all the cricket enthusiasts this weekend. There are two Twenty20 internationals and one ODI which will feature six top teams.
Pakistan will look to put their terror run in Australia behind them as they play England in the UAE. The second T20 international is on Saturday and it starts at 19:30 hours, live on TEN Sports.
Australia’s summer of cricket action is coming to an end with the two Twenty20 games that will be played between Australia and West Indies, the first of which is on Sunday at 13:00 on STAR Cricket.
Fresh from their splendid victory at the Eden Gardens, India will host South Africa in the first ODI on Sunday in Jaipur. This day night game will be live on NEO Cricket at 14:30.
For the football fans, it’s a full round of Premier League games this weekend. Action will kickoff for the weekend when Everton host Manchester United at Goodison Park on Saturday. STAR Sports will telecast this game live at 18:10. Arsenal host Sunderland, at 20:25 on ESPN. Table toppers Chelsea will play Wolverhampton wanderers. Catch this live on STAR Sports at 20:25.
On Sunday, Manchester City host Liverpool. Both the teams have ambitions to finish in the fourth place and catch this six- pointer live on ESPN at 20:30. Other top four contenders, Aston Villa play Burnley. This one’s live on STAR Sports at 19:30.
The winter Olympics at Vancouver continue too, entering its second weekend. Catch all the action in the late hours carrying on to the early hours of the weekend on ESPN.

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