Fans of international cricket can watch day three of the Pakistan vs. Bangladesh First Test match live online to find out of Pakistan can continue the fight back they began on day two, when leg spinner Yasir Shah took three wickets to halt the Tigers’ batting attack, as Bangladesh collected just 27 runs for their final five wickets to finish their first innings at 332.
To watch the pivotal day three of the Pakistan vs. Bangladesh First Test live online from Sheikh Abu Naser Stadium in Khulna, Bangladesh, see the information at the bottom of this article.
Led by the eighth test century from Mohammed Hafeez, who finished the day at 137 not out, Pakistan stood at 227 with just one wicket down, to take full control of the Test Match, gaining some much-needed momentum after dropping all three One Day International matches and the only T20 of their current Bangladesh tour.
Hafeez also took a wicket, helping to trigger a sudden rush of dominance by Pakistan that saw Bangladesh bowled out just 20 minutes after lunch on Day Two.
In the ODI and T20 matches, Hafeez put in four innings and came up with just 37 runs. As a bowler, he was unable to take a single wicket. Of course, he wasn’t alone, as the whole Pakistan side put up only feeble resistance against Bangladesh, which continued its surge after making the knockout round of the Cricket World Cup last month for the first time in the country’s history.
India-based website CricHD will stream the First Test match at this link, but viewers should be warned that the site contains numerous pop-up and embedded ads that could slow down online viewing.
It is also possible to watch the Pakistan vs. Bangladesh First Test Day Three live online in the United States is through Willow TV, which is available via this YouTube link with a monthly subscription fee, as well as on Willow TV’s own site, accessible by clicking here.
Some promotional offers allow legal, free viewing of Willow TV for a limited period of time, such as the offer at this link — or as part of the one month free trial of Sling TV’s International Sports Package. Information on that deal can be found at this link.
Day Three play begins at 10 a.m. Bangladesh Standard Time Wednesday morning, which is midnight Tuesday night United States Eastern Time, 9 p.m. Pacific — and 4 a.m. in the United Kingdom, where subscribers to Sky Go can stream the match at this link. For viewers who don’t want to stay up into the wee morning hours, Willow TV will replay the live online stream of the Pakistan vs. Bangladesh 1st Test Day Three at noon Eastern Time Thursday.