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Where can you watch live cricket matches on the Internet?

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Both Willow TV and ESPN stream live cricket online. Willow TV streams cricket via its YouTube channel, while ESPN streams via its own video player.

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Where can you watch live cricket matches on the Internet?
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Willow TV owns the right to broadcast various cricket boards, including The Board of Control for Cricket in India, Cricket Australia, Cricket South Africa, West Indies Cricket Board and Sri Lanka Cricket Board. Willow TV is a subscription service, and subscriptions cost $14.99 per month, as of 2015. While YouTube streaming is the only way to watch Willow TV's broadcasts on a desktop computer or laptop, Willow TV does provide an iOS app (for use on both the iPhone and iPad), an Android app and Windows 8 app. Willow TV also streams to other Internet connected devices, such as Apple TV, Playstation 3, Roku and Chromecast.

While Willow TV owns the right to broadcast The Board of Control for Cricket in India, ESPN owns the rights to the widely popular Pepsi Indian Premier League, ICC Cricket World Cup, England and Wales Cricket Board, and the Caribbean Premier League, as of 2015. ESPN streams to all computers, iOS, Android and Roku devices. Both the ICC Cricket World Cup and Pepsi Indian Premier League require subscriptions, but the Caribbean Premier League and England and Wales Cricket Board matches are available for free via WatchESPN.

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