The 10th edition of the ICC World Cups begins in the Indian sub-continent in a little over a week from now. The opening ceremony of the event will be held at the Bangabandhu Stadium in Dhaka.
The Cricket World is one of the world's largest sports spectacles now - with an audience smaller in size compared only to the Olympics and the FIFA World Cup. Thus it is not surprising that the 2011 World Cup will be telecast live by several TV Channels in over 150 countries.
In India, you can watch the live streaming of the World Cup on STAR Cricket and Doordarshan. Some matches will be telecast live on ESPN and Star Sports. Click here for all information on the live streaming of the Cricket World Cup.
Star Cricket will also live telecast the two warm-up matches featuring India (India vs Australia on 13th Feb and then the India vs New Zealand game).
In the USA, you can follow the live streaming of the World Cup on Directv. In the UK, Sky Sports will telecast the event live. In Bangladesh, BTV will telecast the event besides STAR Cricket. Other TV Channels which are likely to show the World Cup 2011 live are PTV (Pakistan), Rupavahini (Sri Lanka) and Channel Nine (Australia but unconfirmeed) and Sky (New Zealand).
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