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Defending Champions England Face In-Form West Indies in T20 World Cup Clash

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Defending champions England are set to take on the in-form West Indies in a highly anticipated T20 World Cup clash in St. Lucia.

After a somewhat shaky performance in the group stage, England managed to progress to the Super 8s on net run-rate, setting the stage for a crucial match against the host nation, the West Indies.

The match is scheduled to take place at the Daren Sammy Cricket Ground in St. Lucia, with play kicking off at 8:30 p.m. ET, 5:30 p.m. PT.

For cricket fans looking to catch the action live, Willow TV, a dedicated cricket streaming service, offers a variety of options, including partnerships with cable providers like Spectrum, Dish, and Xfinity. Additionally, Willow TV is available via OTT providers like Sling and Fubo.

Viewers who may be geographically restricted from watching the match can make use of VPN services to access the game. VPNs not only provide access to geo-blocked content but also ensure privacy and security while streaming.

In India, fans can tune in to the match on mobile devices using the Disney Plus Hotstar streaming service, which offers a range of subscription plans starting at 499 rupees.

UK viewers can watch the T20 World Cup on Sky Sports Cricket via Sky Go or by signing up for a Now Sports membership. The monthly plan starts at £25.

Meanwhile, Australian audiences can enjoy every match of the T20 World Cup live on Amazon Prime, which also includes additional benefits like ad-free music streaming and exclusive deals.

For enthusiasts in Pakistan, PTV Sports will broadcast the match and the entire 2024 T20 World Cup for free, requiring only a phone number for verification during sign-up.

Rachel Adams

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