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Pakistan vs West Indies Live Cricket Guide

Pakistan is just free from Pakistan Super League where most of the west indies players were in action. Now at end of march, Pakistan will visit west indies for a series of 2 T20s, 3 ODIs and 3 test matches. This series will have lot more fun for the true fans of cricket from Pakistan and West indies.

Important thing to note here is that this will be a qualifying series for Pakistan to Cricket World Cup. It means if Pakistan losses the series, the might not appear in the upcoming  world cup.


Pakistan vs West Indies Live Cricket Broadcasting Rights 

Like every single match and cricket series, this series broadcast right is sold to different sports TV channels. In Pakistan, PTV Sports, which is the official broadcaster of Pakistan cricket team matches has the right to live telecast the matches. Geo super is another top sports channel in Pakistan which do not have the rights of displaying matches of this series however they will show the post match highlights to the viewers.

In west indies, a number of TV channels have the broadcasting rights. This including Ten Sports, Fox Sports and BeIn sports cricket.


Fans of cricket from India can watch the on StarSports and Ten Sports. Bangladeshi cricket fans can watch it on Bangla TV and Sky Sports 1.

Watch Pak Vs WI Live with PTV Sports

The only reliable way to watch the stunning cricket series between Pak and West Indies is to go to the official website with streaming of PTV sports live. There are many options available like WebCric, watchcric and Crictime, the one which is ad free is PTV sports live streaming.

Free and Best Alternate to Crictime

Watchcric is not the only site that got reviewed here in Smartcric; we have reviewed many other sports streaming websites especially those who stream live cricket. These websites can serve as an alternate source of watching cricket online when the Watchcric goes down or ban.

  1. ESPN Cricket

When it comes to cricket, ESPN Sports Cricket is the best and reliable sports channel that live broadcast international cricket matches. The channel gives coverage to almost every single match fixed by ICC. Here you can watch matches between Pak v IND, BAN v ENG, NZ v AUS, AFG v UAE, IND v NZ, PAK v WI and ZIM v SA.

ESPN Sports Cricket live has transmission in almost all cricket playing countries including England, South Africa, Pakistan, India, New Zealand, Sri Lanka, Australia, Zimbabwe, Afghanistan, UAE, West Indies and Bangladesh. The channel is subscription based and its live Cricket streaming can be access on weekly basis with a fairly high rates. This is due to the premium streaming quality of the website where you can enjoy the full match without single annoying ad or pop-up.

  1. Showtime

Showtime sports live stream cricket and football matches among the international teams. Showtime sports is a poplar streaming network that provide its coverage in USA, United Kingdome, Canada, Eastren countries and some of the Asian Countries. The popular sporting event to broadcast live by Showtime sports channel including Cricket, Mixed Martial Arts (MMA), boxing, football, tennis, NBA matches, league matches of football, NHL and Moto sports.


  1. P3G.tv

P3G is a collection of live sports streaming, both free and paid one. The sites serve as a portal where one can watch any sports tv channel right from their home using a mobile, laptop or PC. Most of the streaming being hosted there are related to Cricket, football, baseball, basketball and hockey. We here review this site because of its huge collection of live cricket channels. The list of these channels include but not   limited to Star Sports, HotStar, Sony Six, Ten Sports, PTV Sports, Fox Sports, Sky Sports2 and many more. We warn you not to involve in any activity that asks you for sign up or credit card details. Subscribe only to well-known and truest sites like Star Sports, Sony Six Live or Ten Sports.


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