Watch India vs Bangladesh Live in the QF on Thursday

Watch India vs Bangladesh Live in the QF on Thursday

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MCG to Witness the Epic Battle

What a World Cup this is turning out to be. What amazing matches are left there to be played. Bangladesh has almost the cricketing fraternity single-handedly not by only qualifying for the Quarter Finals but also by knocking out England who started the tournament as one of the favorites to play the semi-finals.

On the other hand, we have Mahindra Singh Dhoni patrolling his men, who has a brilliant track record of winning the matches when it comes to winning the major trophies. While many might argue that MS Dhoni comes next to the great Kapil Dev and Saurav Ganguly, we believe Dhoni is way ahead of both of them. India has won a T20 WC, Champions Trophy and a World Cup under his captaincy, it would be brilliant to see how India fares in this tournament.

India vs Bangladesh

How to Watch India vs Bangladesh Live

Without further beating about the bush, we’ll come to the point. You can make use of a VPN service if you haven’t already subscribed to a TV channel or you are fed up by the geo-restrictions on online streaming services.

VPN services will not only give you the access to the channels and online streaming services for the Quarter Final but you will also be able to watch the semi-final and final with it. Take our advice, and subscribe to a VPN service for mere $4 – $5 a month instead of subscribing to ESPN for $99 for the World Cup only.

Upon subscribing, connect to any region where online streaming is free and enjoy the match on your TV and other devices. Here are the best VPN services that work well while live streaming cricket matches online.

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Will the History Repeat Itself?

We bet that India wouldn’t want the history to repeat itself. India and Bangladesh have met twice in World Cup matches with both sharing a win apiece. Even though the last time these two teams met in a World Cup match, India beat Bangladesh quite convincingly, thanks to blistering innings of Virendra Sehwag.

But the match held very little importance as it was not a knockout game and only a World Cup opening game. But when these two teams met in a knockout game in the WC ’07, Bangladesh came out as winners in the end. They did not only knock India out of the tournament but they also made sure to progress ahead of them.

The energy and excitement tells us it is definitely going to be a cracker of a match. While some of the Indian fans have already started claiming to face either Pakistan or Australia in the semifinals, the Bangladeshi fans are reminding them of how they have been knocked out by Bangladesh twice in two big events.

Players to Watch Out…

Mahmudullah Riyad – If we were to put our money on one player, we would put it on Mahmudullah. He has already scored two centuries on trot and will be fancying another one against the Indian bowling line up. Interestingly, the Indian bowling line up hasn’t been tested as of yet because they have been brilliant. We just might see Mahmudullah and other batsmen to break all the shackles on Thursday.

Mahmudullah Riyad

Virat Kohli – Bangladesh would be very watchful of Virat Kohli. He has been in good form for last five-six months now. When he gets going, he looks very sublime and attacking. Kohli had a decent start against the Zimbabweans but lost his cool when he tried to play a slog sweep of Sikander Raza in their last group match. Kohli will not only be looking to seize the opportunity but he will also be looking to dent the confidence of Bangladesh.

Virat Kohli

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