The Weekend Australian - Review - - Tv - Peter Ko­goy

there’ s I DO hope an im­prove­ment from the In­dian

cricket bats­men and the sec­ond Test from the SCG does go the full dis­tance. The many vari­ables on what one

spin­ners’ hopes will be a tra­di­tional wicket should make for an­other grip­ping en­counter for view­ers on the Nine

can’ t Net­work who get to the game, with all the ac­tion live from 10am to­day and to­mor­row. Check lo­cal guides. There’ s

more live cricket over on Fox Sports 3 from 7.30pm tonight and to­mor­row fea­tur­ing the latest Test in­stal­ment be­tween South Africa and the West Indies. The ten­nis is in full swing on Seven with a week­end of dou­ble-

Women’ s header ac­tion to­day fea­tur­ing the Aus­tralian Hard­court cham­pi­onship from the Gold Coast from 12.30pm into Syd­ney and Melbourne, to be fol­lowed by the Ade­laide In­ter­na­tional from 2pm and 30 min­utes

rugby There’ s ear­lier to­mor­row. no short­age of good union

over on Se­tanta Sports, start­ing with an All- Ire­land en­counter fea­tur­ing Ul­ster and Mun­ster from 6am, fol­lowed by Cardiff and Ed­in­burgh, to be fol­lowed at 3pm by the West Coun­try derby be­tween Bath and Glouces­ter. It is get­ting down to the busi­ness end of the do­mes­tic A- League

sea­son with two crit­i­cal games with a ma­jor bear­ing on the fi­nals. Tonight Queens­land are at home to Melbourne from 8.30pm, with Perth look­ing to spoil the

Coast ’ s Cen­tral as­pi­ra­tions for the mi­nor premiership. Kick- off is slated for 9pm to­mor­row night on FS1.

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