The ICC T20 World Cup 2012 schedule brings India vs. South Africa live streaming online for Tuesday morning in the United States. The match comes after India advanced with relative ease past Pakistan in their previous contest, despite questions about their lineup and their captain’s recent issues with performance.
The latest ICC T20 live stream game begins at 10 a.m. EST on Tuesday morning and will be presented via online feed through the WatchESPN network. Cricket fans in the U.S. have been treated to many games from the T20 World Cup and fans of India living in the states finally have a free of charge way to see their team. Otherwise, they’d be paying money for various subscription services such as Willow TV on cable, satellite or the internet.
As reported by ESPNCricInfo, this is an important matchup for South Africa, although a lot will be determined in the Pakistan vs. Australia match for them. If Pakistan wins, South Africa is done at the T20 World Cup, and will merely be playing for pride against India. However, a Pakistan loss keeps South Africa’s hopes alive. Of course, they’d need a win as well against India.
It’s been mentioned that India made it through their last matchup relatively easy, but there are still concerns over the health of star player Yuvraj Singh. He had an impressive showing versus Pakistan, but questions still remain. The Indian team may opt to bring in an additional spinner to go against South Africa, depending on how Singh and Virat Kohli are for this game.
Meanwhile, India’s captain MS Dhoni talked about how he and his team will determine strategy by watching the earlier game in the T20, saying:
“The first match starts at 3:30 so we can watch on television if the ball is turning or not, since all teams have good spinners. That too has an impact on deciding the playing XI.”
This will be the final Super Eights game for the World Cup T20, and thanks to the live streaming online coverage, fans of cricket will not miss out in the United States. Will India be able to continue to defend their national pride as a top team in cricket, or will South Africa pull off a stunning upset? It all begins at 10 a.m. EST on Tuesday!