A suddenly high-flying Pakistan cricket team, coming off a difficult and largely disappointing tour of England, finds itself on the verge of a One Day International series whitewash over West Indies, which would be their second straight on the current tour of the United Arab Emirates, in a match that will stream live on Wednesday after Pakistan won the second ODI by a convincing 59 runs.
Pakistan have played almost all of their home matches in the UAE since a 2009 terrorist attack against the Sri Lanka cricket team in 2009.
— Cricket news (@cricket__news__) October 3, 2016
Pakistan whitewashed West Indies in the tour-opening T20 series in one-sided fashion.
But West Indies, who never got their batting attack off the ground in the T20 series or in the first ODI, will hope that a change of approach from their usual free-hitting style to a greater emphasis on strike-rotation will help kick their run-scoring into gearfor the second ODI.
“Clearly, the game plan from Pakistan has been to have slow wickets to bowl a lot of spin and have very big boundaries,” said the West Indies’ batting coach, Toby Arthur. “West Indies are known to be a big, six-hitting and boundary-hitting side, normally play on quicker pitches and slightly smaller grounds. But it’s up to us to find a way around that.”
The captain wants the top making more runs… https://t.co/jmda6cz8fO
— ESPN Caribbean (@ESPN_Caribbean) September 27, 2016
Watch highlights of the Pakistan victory in the second ODI against West Indies in the video below, courtesy of Willow TV.
To find out how to watch a live stream of the Pakistan vs. West Indies Second ODI match, see the streaming links at the bottom of this article. First ball is scheduled for 3.m. Gulf Standard Time at Sheikh Zayed Cricket Stadium in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. For viewers in Pakistan, that start time will be 4 p.m., and in India the first ball arrives at 4:30 p.m.
Fans in the United States better make it an early Sunday if they want to watch the Second Pakistan vs. West Indies ODI match live stream. The game starts at 7 a.m. Eastern Daylight Time in the U.S.A., 4 a.m. Pacific.
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The best way to watch the Pakistan vs. West Indies 3rd ODI cricket match from Sheikh Zayed Cricket Stadium in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, 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.
But there are legal ways to watch Willow TV for free. Certain promotional offers make it possible to watch the all-cricket network, including the entire Pakistan vs. West Indies three-match ODI cricket series, for a limited period of time, such as the offer at this link. For the most reliable option, however, fans should try the one-month free trial of Sling TV’s International Sports Package, which includes Willow TV and the Pakistan Vs. West Indies 3rd T20 cricket match. Information on that deal can be found at this link.
Fans in Pakistan can watch the match stream live via PTV Sports Live streaming service, which offers its free stream of the match for viewers in Pakistan only. That stream can be accessed by fans in that country by clicking on this link, or this YouTube link.
Within India, cricket fans may watch the Pakistan vs. West Indies 3rd T20 cricket match from Abu Dhabi via Ten Sports, with a live stream that can be found by clicking here.
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