The live feed will be streamed in six languages – English, Hindi, Bangla, Telugu, Tamil and Malayalam.
The ten teams, in run up to the World Cup starting from May 30, are scheduled to play two warm-up games each between May 24 and 28, with two matches slated for each day. Hotstar will be streaming all the games, which will also be broadcast live on Star Sports Network channels – Star Sports 1, Star Sports 1 Hindi, Star Sports 1 Tamil, Star Sports 1 Telugu, Star Sports 1 Kannada, Star Sports 1 Bangla and Star Sports Select 1.
Some of the leading voices of live cricket broadcast, like Dean Jones, Scott Styris, Sanjay Manjrekar, Aakash Chopra, will be in the commentary box.
Fans can catch all the live action from the warm up games as per the below schedule:
May 24, Friday: Sri Lanka vs South Africa and Pakistan vs Afghanistan.
May 25, Saturday: India vs New Zealand and England vs Australia.
May 26, Sunday: Pakistan vs Bangladesh and South Africa vs West Indies.
May 27, Monday: England vs Afghanistan and Australia vs Sri Lanka.
May 28, Tuesday: India vs Bangladesh and West Indies vs New Zealand.00
The matches are scheduled to start at 3:00 pm India time. The warm-up games do not get official One Day International status and the teams will be free to rotate all their 15 players.
India will be playing their two warm up games against New Zealand and Bangladesh on May 25 and 28 respectively.
The warm up practice matches will be played at Cardiff, Bristol, London and Southampton.
The ICC World Cup 2019 will be played from May 30 to July 14 in England and Wales. Hosts England face South Africa in the tournament opener on May 30 at the Oval, London. The Virat Kohli-led Indians also start their World Cup 2019 campaign with a match against South Africa on June 5, Wednesday, at Southampton.
International Cricket Council media rights partner and exclusive broadcaster for the ICC World Cup 2019, Star Sports will also broadcast all the matches live with six language feed for one game every day.
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