India vs Pakistan WC 2015: Cricket live score, TV telecast and PTV Sports live streaming info

February 15, 2015, By Sameer Kumar

When latest reports came in, India after winning the toss and batting first, had scored 83/1 in 17 overs against PAkistan in their first World Cup 2015 encounter.

The match is being played in Adelaide on Sunday.

The 11th edition of the biggest cricketing event is inching closer. High numbers are expected to watch the event on their TVs and internet with the event being aired across various nations, including the free-to-air telecast of various channels.

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Growing as a bigger media event with each edition, the World Cup has been eyed by broadcasters as utmostly crucial. The final of the game is expected to be the most broadcast cricketing game ever.

The previous final was watched by more than 130 million people making it the most watched cricketing game and also the fifth most watched sports event final in the world.

Other matches like the India-Pakistan encounter is also expected to generate mammoth revenues.

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Star Sports will be the major broadcaster across the sub-continent with their bagging of rights in India (matches of India to be telecast also on DD), Sri Lanka, Nepal, and China, and also in other neighboring Asian countries through their online stream services.

Ten Sports will be bringing the coverage in Pakistan, and will also be telecasted on PTV, free-to-air channel.

Fox Sports has bagged the rights for the telecast across Australia, where Nine Network will also be airing the event through its free-to-air telecast.

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Sky Sports will be bringing the action across the joint-host nation New Zealand and also in Ireland and the United Kingdom, whereas the rest of Europe can switch to Eurosports for the telecast.

As with the evolution of cricketing rules over the four years since the previous World Cup, the 2015 edition will also be bringing some noteworthy changes in the rules.

A new fielding restriction would mean that it would be the first time in a World Cup for which only four players would be allowed outside the 30 yard circle in the non-power play overs.

Technological advancements will also be made beneficial by the third umpires with technologies like Hot Spot cameras and Real-time Snickometer.

Also, ICC has announced that super over will be carried out in case of a tie in the finals, for which each team will be granted with one decision review.

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