Live Streaming: Bangladesh vs Pakistan, T20 World Cup: Live Cricket Score Updates

Pakistan do hold a superior record in Twenty20s, but Bangladesh had recently stunned them in the Asia Cup.

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New Delhi: The ICC T20 World Cup Super-10 stage kicked off with a Group 2 match between India and New Zealand in Nagpur on Tuesday. It’s Day 2 of the all-important stage of the championship on Wednesday and former champions Pakistan take on qualifiers Bangladesh. The ICC will live stream the Bangladesh vs Pakistan contest on http://www.hotstar.com/sports as we bring you live cricket score updates on ICC World Twenty20 2016. (LIVE SCORECARD | POINTS TABLE | NEWS | VIDEOS | GALLERIES)

The Bangladesh vs Pakistan match starts at 3 PM IST (0930 GMT). It will be played at Kolkata’s Eden Gardens. Live coverage is on Sky Sports 2 and Sky Sports 2 HD in the UK. STAR Sports 1 and STAR Sports 3 will telecast it in India. UK fans can also see live streaming of the match at http://www.skysports.com/watch/sky-sports-2.

You will never be far from T20 World Cup live action. The International Cricket Council has announced a number of exciting digital innovations and activations for the T20 World Cup which will give fans the opportunity to get closer to a global cricket event than ever before and get behind the scenes of what is set to be the most popular ICC World Twenty20 ever held.

The hub of all of these digital activities is the brand new official #WT20 website on www.icc-cricket.com. The website has been designed ‘mobile first’ for the first time ever and will give fans access to the same depth and scale of information whether they be on their smartphone, tablet or computer.

Building on the success of the award winning ICC digital programme, the website includes a brand new official ICC Match Centre which will have the fastest live scores available anywhere online.

It will also feature the best of #WT20 social media content and provide real time statistics including all historical data from previous events to deliver in-depth and engaging match analysis to fans around the world. The Match Centre will also be available on the official tournament app.

The Official ICC World Twenty20 India 2016 App aims to bring fans closer to the #WT20 action, whether they are on the ground in India or anywhere around the world. Building on the success of the ICC Cricket World Cup app from 2015, there will be access to live scores, in-match clips, fixtures, exclusive videos, real-time statistical updates and much more – all in the palm of their hand. The app is available for free download on the App Store or Google Play store.

Bangladesh will look to start their World Twenty20 campaign on a winning note.

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The tournament is expected to have the biggest reach ever, with close to 2 billion fans able to watch the ICC World Twenty20 India 2016 action televised by a global compliment of ICC Broadcast Partners including ICC’s Global Broadcast Partner Star Sports (India and Indian sub-continent), OSN (Middle East and North Africa), BSKYB (United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland), Willow TV (USA) SuperSport (South Africa and Africa), Fox Sports (Australia), SKY TV NZ (New Zealand), ESPN (Caribbean), PTV and Ten Sports (Pakistan), Maasranga, GTV & BTV (Bangladesh) as well as reaching Sri Lanka, Afghanistan, Hong Kong, Fiji, Netherlands, Singapore and Malaysia.

Free-To-Air broadcasters like Doordarshan (India), SABC (South Africa) and Channel 9 (Australia) will add to the reach of the event. Additionally Highlights of each televised match will be available on all the official broadcasters and some more free-to-air broadcasters around the world.

Fans who cannot watch the broadcasts live have the option of listening to live audio commentary on Cricket Radio, produced by ICC’s Global Audio Rights Partner, Channel 2, or on the various other official audio broadcasters – BBC & TalkSport (UK), Radio 4 (UAE), Karachi 107FM (Pakistan), Zircon (Bangladesh), SLBC (Sri Lanka), Guardian (West Indies), SABC (South Africa).


Source: NDTV

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