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Wednesday live viewing picks of the day



Flying the African flag at the Fifa Club World Cup is Egyptian giants, Al Ahly. They battle Brazilian superpowers Corinthians for a place in the tournament’s showpiece match on Sunday.

Yet to get off the mark at this year’s edition of the Big Bash League, the Perth Scorchers and Melbourne Stars go to war at the WACA on Wednesday in search of a first win of the tournament.

After having their seven-match unbeaten run abruptly halted at the weekend, Swansea will look to get back on the winning trail at the expense of Championship side Middlesbrough in the Capital One Cup.

BROADCAST DETAILS (all times are CAT, SA, GMT+2)

Ulsan Hyundai v Sanfrecce Hiroshima
SS1HD, SS3, Maximo (9:15am)

Al Ahly v Corinthians
SS1HD, SS3, Maximo (12:15pm)

Perth Scorchers v Melbourne Stars
SS2HD, SS2 (10:30am)

Swansea City v Middlesbrough
SS2HD, SS3, Maximo (9:40pm)



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