To watch live cricket on WebCric, you have to visit the home page and select the link to the match you would like to watch. Keep in mind that the match you want to watch must be in play at the time, as it is a live streaming service.
WebCric offers a variety of links for any given match. It ranks these links according to the quality of the video to which they link. As of August 2015, WebCric provides three different quality ranks: low, medium and high. If your Internet connection is slow or of low quality, you may want to choose a low or medium quality link in order to avoid time-outs or buffering problems during viewing.
When you click a link, it almost instantly opens in the same window. This window should only need a few moments, less than 30 seconds, to buffer and begin playing live audio and video of cricket matches from around the world. Although WebCric features a particular match on its home screen, other matches are available for viewing by clicking the tabs on the top. These tabs have labels with the title of the match to which they correspond. Not all matches offer multiple links of varying quality. In the case that a match only streams through one link, the tab at the top simply starts playing the match.