There's plenty of sports on TV for those who decide to star home this weekend.
The Standard Chartered Mumbai Marathon takes place on Sunday. The non-participating but interested spectators can catch the marathon from 7 am onwards, live on Star Sports 4.
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The Indian cricket team's tour to New Zealand also starts on Sunday, with the first ODI between the two teams. The game is scheduled to begin at 6:30 am India time and will air on Sony Six.
Staying with cricket, there's the third ODI between Australia and New Zealand to look forward to. The match, which will be played in Sydney, begins at 8:45 am IST, and will be live on Star Sports 1.
The action stays down under, with the Australian Open entering its first weekend. Catch action from Melbourne live on Star Sports 4 and Star Sports 2 HD, from 5:30 am India time on Saturday and Sunday.
Further, there's football action as well. In the big match from the Barclays Premier League, Jose Mourinho's Chelsea host David Moyes' Manchester United at Stamford Bridge. Kick off for the game is at 9:30 pm here in India, and the channel to tune into is Star Sports 4.