On the other hand, cricket fans in India can watch live telecasting of the match on their television sets.
However, this feature of T20 cricket is only available for India and only in the domestic market.
In the international market, however, the live broadcast will be shown in live HD format on the TV sets of the international players.
While cricket fans have access to live telecine on their TV sets, this is the first time that the live TV telecast is available to the domestic audience.
The live teleconference with the international player will be broadcast live on the ESPN channels in India and also on ESPN TV channels in the other countries of the region.
This is also the first broadcast that India will get for the World Cup.
In addition, the international team is expected to play for the first two ODIs.
India’s first ODI against Pakistan in Mumbai will be played on January 22 and the other one will be held in Bengaluru on January 29.
India will play three ODIs in three days in Bengaluro on February 6, 7 and 8.
ESPN-IFC India will televise the live cricket telecast from Bengaluru with the International Cricket Council (ICC) and the World Cricket Council’s (WC) representatives in the audience.
ESPN-Ifc will also have coverage of the Indian Premier League (IPL) match between Mumbai Indians and Mumbai Indians (IPLA), which will be streamed live on its channels on February 4.