Casualty (BBC One, 8.20pm)
There is rarely a dull moment at Holby City Hospital, but sometimes it can seem as though the place is precariously balanced on the very brink of total disaster. Lenny andYuki are on a mission to find the source of the cryptococcosis virus, as the medical drama continues, but Nick Jordan tells them they should leave the investigation to the proper doctors. Lenny refuses to let the matter drop, so when third victim Cheryl dies, he pursues her boyfriend Cal for answers. However, what he eventually uncovers could have dangerous and wide-ranging implications for the team and the hospital.
World Cup Live (ITV1, 6.15pm)
Expectation levels are as high as ever as England begin their campaign against USA at the Royal Bafokeng Stadium in Rustenburg, South Africa. Fabio Capello has endeared himself to players and public alike with his professional and pragmatic approach to management since succeeding Steve McClaren as boss in 2008, and is one of the key components as to why many people believe this could be the year England finally emulate their achievements of 1966. The draw for the group stage was relatively kind, with the States arguably the toughest of their opponents - the others being Algeria and Slovenia. There is no room for complacency in the mind of the Italian coach, however, and he will be taking nothing for granted tonight.
8 OUT OF 10 CATSWORLD CUP SPECIAL (Channel 4, 10.50pm)
Jimmy Carr hosts an edition of the irreverent quiz show marking the beginning of the 2010 tournament, with guests Peter Shilton, Helen Chamberlain and JackWhitehall. (