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In 2006 I paid a few quid for highlights for the whole of the English summer, on ECBTv, which is on the ECB site.
Not sure if they are still going as I bought Sky Sports just before the 2006 Ashes, then had to get rid when I move house but got the package again for the India ODI series last summer (great ODI series that was)...but I don't see why they wouldn't be, and in some countries you can pay a few quid and get live streams
Might be worth a look
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I believe only willowtv is legal and then you have to live in the USA to watch it.
ECB TV is definitely legal, though not in the States apparently...is that where you are now Goughy? I thought you were in Bulgaria
I'm interested in watching these upcoming games of the Tri Series in Bangladesh but have no idea who will be showing them. Nobody in Australia is, that's for sure. Does anybody know who on the internet is showing these games? Otherwise it'll have to be youtube for brief highlights packages.
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It says they are showing the tests and ODIs between India and Bangladesh - I'll see if I can find when.
EDIT: It seems you are right.
My live cricket watching is sorted out.
For this thread I was more thinking along the lines of cricket TV news and highlights that I (and others) could watch at work without a subscription or needing to download anything.
As much as it pains me to say it, LansTV is very good just to catch some cricket at the workdesk.
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