As if the power cuts and load shedding wasn’t making our lives (residents of Delhi, Gurgaon, Noida and surroundings) miserable with no AC, no fans, no cold water and no chilled beer, now the fear of no TV read no Football World Cup matches could make Delhi’s summer absolutely unbearable for many of us. Unless you have power back up that you save for the matches (if you use your own inverter) and you use DTH (cable TV might fail).
Match Schedule is complicated
And the fact that matches are going to be played in Brazil adds one more irritant – timing. Latin America is so far off from here that for us the world cup doesn’t even start on 12th practically and most of the matches are to be played at mid night (00:30am), a little later the next date (03:30am) or early morning (06:30am). What to do, since it can’t be cured – changed, so it’ll be endured – enjoyed. However, there are a few matches that will be played at 9:30pm our time and that fits right into our most suitable time zone.
What we can still watch comfortably
For the benefit of everyone, here’s the schedule of matches which we can watch fairly comfortably.
In case you have decided you’ll not miss any match of the team you are supporting or any match of the Football World Cup, here’s the complete schedule for you (click for Football World Cup Schedule).
Who will win? Whom are you supporting?
The last time, i.e., Football World Cup 2010, I had predicted that either Spain or England will take the cup home. This time, I don’t know.
Who do you think will win the cup this time? Spain, Germany, Brazil or some other team will surprise the world. Which team are you supporting?
Who will win the Golden Boot? Leo Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo, or here too someone will surprise the world.
In your football expert or crazy fan views the winners will be…