The FA Cup is back. After knocking Manchester United out of the FA Cup, Leeds will try to repeat their feat when they play Tottenham Hotspurs. Chelsea visit the championship side Preston North End. Arsenal travel to Stoke and minnows Brighton travel to Birmingham to play an in-form Aston Villa. The matches will be broadcasted on Sony PIX at various times over both Saturday and Sunday evening.
In the only premiership game of the weekend, Hull City visit Old Trafford to play Manchester United. That game kicks off at 20:25 on Saturday and is live on STAR Sports.
And then there’s more cricket on Sunday.
Australia plays Pakistan in the second ODI. That’s live on ESPN at 8.50 am. India plays Bangladesh in the second Test. Catch that on NEO sports at 9:00 am.
The Australian open continues. All the action from the hard courts in Australia will be broadcasted on STAR Sports. Who will be the next big star to be eliminated in the early rounds of the Open after the defeats of Maria Sharapova and Ana Ivanovic? The early risers can catch this at 5:30 am.
In the NBA, the Los Angeles Lakers play the New York Knicks. You can watch it live on Saturday, at 6:30 am on ESPN.
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Watch all this and more on Storyboard at 8:30 am on Saturday, 11:30 am on Sunday and 7:00 pm on Tuesday on CNBC TV18.