How to Watch and Live Stream the 2015 Cricket World Cup

Teams take the field in the 2015 Cricket World Cup

Defending champs India secured the top spot in Pool B and will now take on a resilient Bangladesh (BGD) side in the quarter final stage. India enters undefeated, confident and battle tested, while the Tigers were victorious against England, Scotland and Afghanistan, and few expect them to advance any further.

That being said, Bangladesh has played spoiler to India’s domination before, and will look for a repeat of that role once again. The Tiger’s star player, Shakib Al Hasan, has gone as far to evoke the outcome of that match, and Bangladesh is looking to follow the strategy that resulted in that historic upset.

So all things considered this will surely be must see 2015 Cricket World C

Live TV Times

Bangladesh vs. India
When: Thursday 19 March, 2.30 pm Sydney Time
Where: Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne
Television: Fox Sports (exclusively)

Bangladesh vs. India Preview

The reigning champs secured the top spot in Pool B and now will see the Bangladesh Tigers in the quarter final stage, with the assumption that if all goes to plan the semi-finals will have them going against Australia. India with their well traveling fan base, will surely have the ‘home crowd’ advantage. While Bangladesh will summon hope from their most famous World Cup victory in recent times, a stunning win over India (2007) that caused their sub-continental neighbors to miss the one and done stage.

Stream the entire World Cup Online – 14 Day Free Live TV Trial

The only channel in Australia where you can watch the Quarter-final matches live in this Cricket World Cup is Fox Sports. If you aren’t a subscriber to Foxtel now is the great time to sign up, using their Foxtel Play 14 day Free Trial with no lock-in contract, which offers online streaming to an eligible Laptop, Mac, PC, Sony PlayStation (PS3, PS4), Xbox 360 or Smart TV for the duration of the World Cup.

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India Players to Watch

Ajinkya Rahane has a solid ODI record, and has enjoyed a very strong performance in the 2015 World Cup of Cricket. He is usually very good against the quicks, so look for him to match up with that side of Bangladesh’s game.

Virat Kholi is one of the best batsmen in the world and genuine superstar. His technique is clinical, and his aggression, along with his near perfect execution of rival teams, is something to admire. He seems to always to rise to the occasion, and this is the time in the tournament when the best tend to only get better.

Bangladesh Players to Watch

There’s one name on Bangladesh that clearly stands out, and that’s Shakib Al Hasan. Shakib, currently the world’s top ranked all-rounder, has the Tigers focused on using the same strategy they adopted in their 2007 victory in the hope of producing another huge World Cup upset.

India Will Win If…

India will win if they can play their game, which means a continued strong showing from Kholi and Rahane. Kholi is a blaster who is in red hot form, while Rahane is a frustrating player to get out because he gives very little away, then when settled, he can score runs quickly and impressively.

Bangladesh Will Win If..

Look to Bangladesh, who’s a heavy underdog, to be aggressive and take chances, as they have nothing to lose. The pressure’s all on India here, and that should make for great live Cricket TV.

What is Foxtel Play?

Foxtel Play is an app that streams live TV over the internet. Whether you want to enjoy a live telecast, catch up programs or video on demand, this feature has it all. It’s also available throughout Australia, you just need an internet connection and a compatible device to watch and stream live television as well as videos.

Not to be overlooked is that you can share the subscription with household member because you can use a single subscription on two devices at the same time.

Why is it Perfect for Streaming the Cricket World Cup?

Currently Foxtel Play is offering a 14 Day Free Trial for new subscribers, which means if you sign-on today, you can watch each and every match of the remainder of the 2015 Cricket World Cup live online. The Quarterfinals, Semi-finals and the Title game. Also, there’s no lock-in contract so viewers can change their plan each month, or drop it altogether if it doesn‘t meet their viewing standards.

How to Set it Up

Setting up Foxtel Play is quite simple. Select the package according to your requirements, such as the Foxtel Sports Combo, which includes the Fox Sports channel which is streaming the Cricket World Cup, as well as ESPN and several other popular channels. Then sign up for an account, and when you‘re done download the Foxtel Play app on your mobile device.

Compatible Devices

Foxtel Play is compatible with a large range of internet enabled devices including smart TVs, PCs, Macs, Laptops, Blu-ray Players, Sony Playstation (PS3, PS4) and Xbox 360.


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