ICC World T20 Cricket Streaming
Sky Sports Will Provide UK Web Users with Live ICC World T20 Cricket Streaming.
The 2010 World T20 was hosted by the West Indies, and was won by England who defeated Australia by 7 wickets. This was the first ever ICC tournament won by England. The tournament is held every two years and began in South Africa in 2007. India won the first event, followed by Pakistan in 2009.
The next ICC World T20 tournament will be held in 2012 and hosted by Sri Lanka. The tournament features 12 international teams, the Test-playing nations and two qualifiers.
ICC World T20 Cricket Live on SkyGo:
If you already subscribe to Sky Sports then you can use their SkyGo service (all sports channels shown live) at no extra cost. If you are not a current Sky customer then you can currently purchase a SkyGo Monthly Ticket (paid direct to Sky).
Our UK VPN servers have been tested to confirm technical compatibility with SkyGo, which shows all Live World T20 Cricket from Sky Sports via live web streaming. Some cricket highlights are also shown FREE on Demand Five or BBC iPlayer following each days play.
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Other UK TV Streaming options technically compatible with our UK Proxy Server and British VPN Server include BBC iPlayer, Channel 4OD, ITV Player, Five, Sky Sports, BT Sport etc.
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