With Cricket World Cup 2019, West Indies v/s Bangladesh go neck-and-neck in match no. 23. Fans all over the globe are enthusiastic about getting a charge out of the cricket action, but if you’re in the UK, how are you planning to watch the match?
Bringing together the hacks, Hiptoro covers everything you need to know to watch West Indies v/s Bangladesh in Cricket World Cup on TV and online.
West Indies v/s Bangladesh: The details you wouldn’t like to miss!
The 23rd match of Cricket World Cup 2019, West Indies v/s Bangladesh will happen on Monday, June 17, at 10:30 am.
The West Indies v/s Bangladesh match will eventuate at County Ground Taunton, Taunton. The place which can hold up over 8,500 of the audience.
West Indies v/s Bangladesh: How to live stream the match?
West Indies v/s Bangladesh in Cricket World Cup 2019 can be watched live on Sky Sports. The main event is scheduled at 10:30 am according to UK timings.
The subscribers of Sky sports can stream live to watch the match via the SkyGo application.
In the case of non-subscriber of Sky sports, the match can be alternatively watched on NOWTV.
To stream via NOWTV, the subscription is not required. The match can be live streamed on NOWTV through computers, smart TVs, apps, consoles, and phones.
West Indies v/s Bangladesh: How to watch the highlights for free?
Fans can watch the highlights of Cricket World Cup 2019 throughout the tournament on channel 4.
West Indies v/s Bangladesh: How to tune into the radio?
BBC Radio 5 Live Sports Extra runs the live coverage of the Cricket World Cup 2019 from 9:30 am.
The list of scheduled radio coverage of Cricket World Cup 2019 is also available for fans. Click here for a detailed schedule.
West Indies v/s Bangladesh: How to stream the fixtures?
For cricket fans to soak up, there are 48 matches in Cricket World Cup 2019 scheduled from May to July.
To watch West Indies v/s Bangladesh or Cricket World Cup 2019 in Bangladesh, fans can turn into GTV and Rabbitholebd.com.
To watch West Indies v/s Bangladesh or Cricket World Cup 2019 in West Indies, fans can watch it live on ESPN Play Caribbean and ESPN Caribbean.