Live telecast Channels : West Indies tour of New Zealand, 2008-09

Tag WI in NZ 2008-09

Sky-Sports-TV-Coverage-Cricket.jpg 4 of top 11 one day internationals were most runs were scored (both sides collectively), were played in New Zealand.. that too in last 3 years!

Logic is clear - New Zealand grounds are quite small & pitches suitably fast for batsmen to play their strokes.. That said, cold swinging conditions also help the bowlers which, many a time, turns the match into low scoring thrillers.

Why I've told the above? well, an honest try to inspire cricket fans around the world to watch this West Indies vs New Zealand cricket series starting 11th December 2008, which I truly believe can present electrifying cricket.

Following is a list of TV Channels (broadcasters) who will be showing West Indies tour of New Zealand (The National Bank Series) to audiences world wide.

In New Zealand : Sky Sports, who else. Official web site of sky sports New Zealand is www.skytv.co.nz.

In West Indies : tour will be live for Caribbean viewers on Caribbean Media Corporation (CMC) channels.

In India : Set Max or Sab Tv has got the telecast rights for cricket played in New Zealand and they will be begining their live coverage every morning at around 4 am.

In India : West Indies vs New Zealand cricket series will be live on Sky Sports exclusively.

In Australia : Trans-Tasman viewers can watch Kiwis battle Windies on cricket pitch on paid channel Foxsports 3.

In Africa : including South Africa and other african nations, Super Sport is your channel.

In USA : Little costly but easy method is Directv.

In Middle East : Unable to extract the information.

Singapore/Malaysia : viewers can enjoy New Zealand vs West Indies live coverage on Set Max or Sab Tv.. same will be for cricket fans in Middle East countries.



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