The future is bright for cricket fans and the buzz around the sport is roaring as the world’s best teams gather in the UAE this month for the World Cup in Bangladesh.
But there are a few things on the horizon for fans who want to see what it will be like to watch a match live, with a live score, live commentary and live replays.
What you need to know about the World Cups 2017:The ICC has already confirmed it will broadcast the tournament, but there’s a caveat.
The ICC says live broadcasts of the matches will be limited to the following countries:Australia, Bangladesh, England, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, South Africa and Zimbabwe.
“The current broadcast schedule for the 2019 World Cup is set to remain in place.
The next World Cup will be held in 2020 in the same format,” a statement said.”
As part of the ICC’s ongoing global commitment to promoting cricket and providing fans with live entertainment, we are currently in discussions with broadcasters, ticket companies and other stakeholders about ways to continue to deliver high-quality live coverage of the World Cuts.”AAP/ABC