Bengaluru: It’s Australia vs Bangladesh on Monday in the all-important Super-10 stage of the ICC T20 World Cup 2016. Both Australia and Bangladesh are winless so far in a group where New Zealand, India and Pakistan have points in their kitty. The ICC will live stream the Australia vs Bangladesh contest on http://www.hotstar.com/sports as we bring you live cricket score updates on http://sports.ndtv.com/icc-world-twenty20-2016. (LIVE BLOG | LIVE SCORECARD | POINTS TABLE | NEWS | VIDEOS | GALLERIES)
The Australia vs Bangladesh T20 World Cup match starts at 7:30 PM IST (14:00 hours GMT). Australia are the 50-over world champions and have never won the T20 World Cup. Bangladesh will be without their pace bowler Taskin Ahmed. Bangalore should see plenty of runs. 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.
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) are adding 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).