Watch ICC World Cup Cricket 2015 Live Streaming
Cricket never got so closer to the fans. Along with the implementation of latest technologies such as review systems, UltraMotion cameras, Drone cameras, excellent panel of commentators, whole lot of exciting campaigns and contests on social media platforms, colourful scorecards, live streaming online on your desktop computers, mobiles and tables, live cricket telecast on TV with HD quality and commentary and number of languages, this world cup has proven to be the biggest flagship event not only in cricket calendar but in the world of sports too. For Indian fans, watch the ICC cricket world cup live telecast and streaming on ESPN Star Sports cricket network with options of live Hindi, English, Malayalam, Kannada, Tamil and Bengali commentary. Enjoy HD telecast on Star Sports HD 1, HD 2, HD 3, and HD 4.
The world cup includes two pools with seven teams in each pool and they will battle it out in 49 matches to emerge as a world champion. India won the last world cup in 2011 and they would defend their title.
Hell lot of exciting matches lined up such as Australia vs England, India vs Pakistan, South Africa vs India, Pakistan vs South Africa, Sri Lanka vs Australia and much more.
Australia are termed to be biggest favourites to win this world cup. South Africa and New Zealand also stand tall in the top three favourites while bad form of Indian team push them down to number four.
It is hard to provide any prediction about this edition of world cup as it stays wide open. Teams like Zimbabwe and Scotland and done exceedingly well in the warm up matches, so you never know. One may see an associate member emerging as world champion and nothing gets more interesting that that in cricket.
All the teams have strong squads and capable enough of pulling rabbits out of their hats. It all depends on how a team performs on a given day. One bad day after a series of wins can eliminate team. So it would be a litmus test for all the teams to stay confident and consistent.
Once again a golden opportunity to see crowds coming from all over the world to the venues of New Zealand and Australia. Once again an opportunity to see a world cup that arrives once in four years. Stay tuned with Star Sports for live streaming and telecast of all the matches.