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Watch Cricket World Cup 2015 Live Stream Online

Watch Cricket World Cup 2015 Live Stream Online

The ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 is all set to kickoff on February 14 and will keep us on the edge of our seats till the end of March. Australia and New Zealand are hosting this mega event. Cricket World Cup will be the center of attention around the world in the upcoming days.

This year’s Cricket World Cup will comprise 14 teams of varying caliber. On one side you have giants like Australia, South Africa, India, and New Zealand, while dark horses like West Indies and Bangladesh are also there in the 50-over feast. Gear up for intense action, drama, thrill, suspense, and excitement; and for all that you can’t afford to miss a single ball. You can watch Cricket World Cup 2015 Live on stream links and stay updated anywhere you are.

Below are some links for watch Cricket World Cup using live stream online.

UK and US

The UK and US cricket fans can subscribe to Sky Sports for watching the tremendous competition in World Cup 2015. The channel carries the rights to show live action throughout the UK. You can view the Sky’s coverage online in two ways. If you are already a Sky customer and you have sports channels included in your package, then you can use the Sky Go to watch the live streaming of matches. If you don’t have Sky subscription, you can still get Sky Sports coverage with Now TV that is available in a huge range of devices or simply a web browser.


Ariana Television Network: Lemar TV will be broadcasting World Cup 2015 matches live for Afghanistan users.


Nine Network and Fox Sports will broadcast World Cup 2015 matches live for Australians.


South African Broadcasting Corporation will show all World Cup 2025 matches live throughout Africa.


Bangladesh Television will keep Bangladeshis in touch with World Cup.


Asian Television Network will provide live telecast of World Cup Matches.


Star Sports will provide live coverage of World Cup matches in China.

Europe (Except UK and Ireland)

Eurosport2 will bring all the action live from world Cup.


Fiji TV carries the rights to broadcast World Cup 2015 Live.


Star Sports 1, Star Sports 3 (Hindi), DD National (mostly for matches of India) will show World Cup matches live.


Television Jamaica will keep the Jamaican fans in touch with live World Cup action.

Middle East

Arab Radio and Television Network will update you live about the biggest cricket event this year.


The residents of Nepal can see all the live cricket action on Star Sports 1 and Star Sports 2.


Geo Super

will broadcast all live cricket matches for Pakistani viewers.


Star Cricket will revive the fun and entertainment of the World Cup in Singapore.

West Indies

Caribbean Media Corporation will ensure you don’t miss the Live action from Australia.

The season of endless cricket is here and you can’t afford to miss even a ball from the ICC World Cup 2015. You can watch cricket World Cup 2015 matches online live stream from the above mentioned links.


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