ICC World Twenty20 Live Streaming: India vs England, NZ Vs PAK
The ICC T20 World Cup 2012 continues with a great live streaming matchup on Sunday 9/23 as England vs. India takes place. Both teams enter the game undefeated in tournament play and will look for the big win to propel them to the top of Group A.
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The ICC World T20 live stream game begins at 3:30 PM IST and follows Pakistan vs. New Zealand in their matchup. ESPN3/WatchESPN will provide the streaming internet feed via their broadband network as they have for many other sports events, and a good bit of ICC World T20 games. This allows United States fans to catch cricket for free, where they'd normally have to pay for a subscription package on satellite or cable television.
The Zee News website reports that this matchup has all the "ingredients of a perfect 'Super Sunday'" as both teams are entering this game 1-0 as part of the "Super Eight" stage of the ICC T20 World Cup 2012 tournament. However, the English squad captained by Stuart Broad are the favorites heading into this one, and they'll need to focus on beating a team that is better than their previous opponent Afghanistan.
MS Dhoni will head up a decent India squad who will have to overcome issues from Zaheer Khan who has not had the best performances lately. There's speculation that the veteran Khan might even be benched in favor of a better bowler right now, such as Irfan Pathan or Laxmipathy Balaji. Another strategy might be for MS Dhoni to play Harbajan Singh since he may be able to take advantage of the weaknesses of English batsmen best.
No matter which strategies are employed by these teams, England vs. India is sure to be another fierce battle in the ICC T20 World Cup games. The winning team will put themselves at the top of Group A and look towards continued success in this tournament en route to a possible championship. It all gets started just before 10 a.m. EST in the United States, giving plenty of time for cricket before NFL football games start!