T20 Final Live Stream Free: Streaming Broadcast of the ICC T20 World Cup Final between Sri Lanka and the West Indies
Oct 06, 2012 11:01 PM EDT | By Tom Johnson
Today it is finally time for the highly anticipated ICC T20 World Cup final in cricket, which will pit the two semi-final winners Sri Lanka and the West Indies against each other.
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The game starts at 7 PM local time, which for other time zones mean 1:30 PM (GMT) and 9:30 AM (EST).
The ICC T20 World Cup 2012 is one of the shorter series played in cricket, but one of the most exciting according to fans. With both Sri Lanka and the West Indies having played below their best, viewers are in for a narrow battle between the two best cricket teams in the ICC.
The Sri Lankan team puts most of their trust into the three cornerstones, striker Tillakaratne Dilshan, Kumar Sangakkara and Mahela Jayawardene. Whenever the team does their best, these three are always involved, the policymic reports.
For the West Indies, there is perhaps one man who stands out among the rest in Chris Gayle, who is currently the second highest run scorer in the tournament. The people doing the tough job behind him are first and foremost the trio Marlon Samuels, Dwayne Bravo and Kieron Pollard, who will make sure to keep viewers on their toes, as the two teams vie for the world cricket crown of the year.
Again, the live streaming service can be found over at ESPN Cricinfo.
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