ICC World Cup 2019: When and Where to Watch, Live Streaming of Warm-Up Fixtures
With ICC World Cup 2019 less than two weeks away to get underway at Kennington Oval in London, all ten teams are gearing up for the mega cricketing carnival. Most of the teams are partaking in the preparatory camps to gear up for the World’s most popular cricketing festival. Anyway, we’ve also set the focus on the warm-up matches. You could access when and Where to Watch, live Streaming of Warm-up fixtures in this
The broadcasting giant Star Sports will telecast the twelfth edition of the World Cup, has also confirmed its stance for the practice fixtures.
Interestingly, in the space of five days, ten matches will be telecasted live on the distinct channels of Star Sports.
Besides, the warm-up matches will be played between May 24 and 28. Four different venues will be used for all the ten matches as the teams would be eyeing to get acclimatised to the English conditions.
The warm-up round will kick-off with Pakistan and Afghanistan game in Briston, before Sri Lanka will take on South Africa on the same day.
Meanwhile, the Virat Kohli-led side India face-off New Zealand and Bangladesh on May 26 and 28 respectively.
To be precise, the matches won’t hold any official status, and the teams can play beyond XI players owing to the duration in batting and fielding or vice versa.
Also, the live streaming for 3:00 PM IST warm-up games will be available through HotStar which is based on subscription.
Moreover, Sanjog Gupta, who’s the executive vice-president for Star Tv Network has recently confirmed the news through his Twitter handle.
10 warm-up matches (including both India warm-ups) will be aired live. 2 each on 24th, 25th, 26th, 27th & 28th (India plays on 25th and 28th). What should fans watch out for in these games? @cricketaakash @ProfDeano @scottbstyris @sanjaymanjrekar can better explain
— Sanjog Gupta (@Sanjog_G) May 16, 2019
However, in the same thread New Zealand former allrounder Scott Styris has taken a dig at India’s long-standing issue of solving the No.4.
Combinations? Who will bat FOUR for India? Will Kuldeep keep his spot in front of Jadeja and Chahal? Will NZ lose a single match in this tournament? #classact
— Scott Styris (@scottbstyris) May 16, 2019
In response, cricketer-turned-commentator Aakash Chopra has given it back to Styris by saying how long Kiwis had to lose in the ICC’s mega event using ‘see no evil monkey’ emoticon.
All of the above with a minor adjustment—how many times NZ will lose in this tournament. 🙈
— Aakash Chopra (@cricketaakash) May 16, 2019
Here’s the detailed list of warm-up fixtures for the ICC World Cup 2019:
May 24 Pakistan v Afghanistan, Bristol
24 Sri Lanka v South Africa, Cardiff
25 England v Australia, Southampton
25 India v New Zealand, The Oval
26 South Africa v West Indies, Bristol
26 Pakistan v Bangladesh, Cardiff
27 Australia v Sri Lanka, Southampton
27 England v Afghanistan, The Oval
28 West Indies v New Zealand, Bristol
28 Bangladesh v India, Cardiff
*The matches will start at 3:00 PM IST.
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