Here is a list of 5 free websites to follow ICC Cricket World Cup 2015. The biggest cricket carnival will be starting in a few hours and it’s an event that will keep cricketing fans from around the world engaged for next 46 days. A total of 14 teams will compete with each other for the ultimate honor and to help you keep in touch with every moment of this battle, I have compiled this list of 5 free websites to follow ICC Cricket World Cup 2015.
These websites will provide you with minute by minute update of everything which will happen during next 46 days. You will get updates about latest news, live scores, fixtures, results, players, stats, comments from players, expert analysis, videos, and much more. So let’s not waste time and start the list.
1. ICC Cricket:
The first website to follow for all sorts of latest news related to World Cup 2015 is ICC Cricket. It is the official website of International Cricket Council (ICC), the highest governing body of cricket. The website has a specific section dedicated to World Cup. It has specific options for News, Tickets, Videos, Fixtures, Results, Teams, Fanzone, Stats, and Rankings. The website also has a section called Match Center where you will get all interesting stuff related to a particular match. You can use it to check squad of playing teams, overview, and other stats. The website also holds different World Cup related polls in which you can give your opinion.
It also has a section called Beginner’s Guide to the World Cup which anyone, who is new to cricket, can refer. Apart from this, you can check another section A-Z of #CWC15 where you will find all the interesting and important things about this year’s cricket World Cup.
Also Available on Android and iPhone app.
The next website to follow cricket World Cup 2015 is ESPNCricinfo. This website provides you exclusive World Cup coverage by spreading into following major categories: News, Features, Photos, Fixtures, Results, Groups, Squads, Ground, Records, History, Timeline, Vignette, Men of the Final. Some of the cool and unique feature of this website are History, Timeline, Vignette, and Men of the Final. All these options let you relive some of the greatest moments in cricket World Cup history.
The website has some of the finest cricket experts who give their sharp analysis about each and every moment of the game. These experts are Ian Chappell, Aakash Chopra, Ed Cowan, Martin Crowe, Ricky Ponting, and various other featured columnists.
Also Available on Android, iPhone, Windows Phone, Kindle Fire, and Windows 8.
Sky Sports Cricket is the third website to get your daily dose of ICC Cricket World Cup 2015. Sky Sports is a leading and dominant subscription-based sports channel in England and Ireland. As I said it’s subscription based but it is absolutely free to browse its website and check for sports updates. Sky Sports Cricket offers World Cup coverage as News, Fixtures & Results, Table, Features, Opinions, Video, Teams, and Live on Sky. The Opinions option includes featured articles from cricket experts and legends like David Llyod, Nasser Hussain, Andrew Strauss, V.V.S. Laxman, and Jacques Kallis.
Also Available on Android.
Cricbuzz is the second last website in the list to stay updated about the Cricket World Cup 2015. For cricket fans, Cricbuzz is offering Wold Cup 2015 updates with following special categories: Schedule, News, Features, Photos, Stats, History, Points Table, Teams, Venues and Kits. Under Features section, you will find some unique options like World Cup Heroes and Expert opinions. The one really interesting feature of Cricbuzz is Kits option. This option lets you have a look at all kits worn by each team in their every single World Cup appearance. In addition to this, each kit is shown with the caricature of the player who captained that particular team in that particular World Cup.
Also Available on Android, iPhone, Windows Phone, Windows 8, and Google Chrome Extension.
The last website in the list is none other than one of the most popular microblogging network Twitter. It has not added special sections similar to the ones mentioned by me about all the above websites. Instead, Twitter has 3 sections: Tweets, Commentary, and Photos & Videos. All of these 3 sections will show World Cup related content which will get uploaded on Twitter. Apart from this, Twitter also shows the schedule of the World Cup 2015 with upcoming 3 matches being displayed on the left side. To access this special coverage on Twitter, you only have to search for #CWC15 and that’s it.
Available on Android and iPhone.
Here, I wrap up this list of 5 free websites to follow ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 and stay updated about everything related the Cricket’s biggest stage.
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