The 2014 ICC World Twenty20 live stream cricket schedule continues Thursday with two key games on the schedule. The first game will feature South Africa vs. Netherlands followed by England vs. Sri Lanka. While the first game looks to be a must win for both South Africa and the Netherlands, the night cap could put Sri Lanka in the driver’s seat in the overall Group 1 standings.
According to an icc-cricket.com standings update on March 26, Sri Lanka looks to move to 3-0 in the ICC World Twenty20 standings. Sri Lanka defeated South Africa by 5 runs in their first game back on March 22 and followed that win with a second victory in a row after taking down the Netherlands by 9 wickets.
Sri Lanka, along with India, are the only two teams left in the T20 that are undefeated. India will face Bangladesh on Friday.
England on the other hand can get back in the divisional race with a much needed victory over Sri Lanka. England is 0-1 so far in the T20 series and falling to 0-2 could put them behind the eight ball. The English team lost their first match-up by 9 runs to New Zealand.
Odds makers have South Africa favored over the Netherlands in the first game on Thursday while Sri Lanka is favored over England in the night cap.
Here is a look at the schedule and odds for Thursday's action. Cricket fans can catch all the action live online through ESPN 3.
- 5:10 AM EDT -- South Africa vs. Netherlands -- ESPN3
- 9:10 AM EDT -- England vs. Sri Lanka -- ESPN3
- Netherlands (10) vs. South Africa (1/16)
- England (28/17) vs. Sri Lanka (4/7)