On Sunday, Caribbean Premier League 2013 live stream cricket will be on display for U.S. fans once again. Both teams will be trying to pull out the victory as they head towards this coming week's semi-finals matches. It will be a CPL live streaming cricket match for United States fans to enjoy featuring Jamaica vs. Trinidad & Tobago, thanks to the ESPN broadband sports network.
According to an ESPN Cric Info report from Aug. 17, the Trinidad & Tobago Red Steel are on a roll after eliminating the St. Lucia Zouks from contention in the inaugural edition of this CPL tournament. The Red Steel won by 6 wickets in their recent game at Sabina Park at Kingston. The win helped put T&T into the semi-finals as they secured a fourth place spot on the points table, just ahead of the Antigua Hawksbills. The bowling skills of Samuel Badree who went 2 of 18, helped restrict the Zouks to 99 in 20 overs.
Today's matchup with Jamaica will help determine what the semi-finals match ups will be for the Caribbean Premier League. Jamaica is currently 4-2 overall and in third place in the standings. However, a win could move them to second above the Barbados Tridents. The Guyana Amazon Warriors moved into first place, taking over the top spot from the Tridents after a lengthy stay by the Barbados team at the top. Semi-finals matches will begin on Thursday, Aug. 22 at the Port of Spain.
Today's Jamaica vs. Trinidad & Tobago match ail take place with potential for scattered thunderstorms. Weather reports indicate temperatures up in the high 80's with a 30% chance of rain throughout the afternoon and evening.
Today's Jamaica vs. Trinidad & Tobago match has a start time of 1:50 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time for United States viewers. To watch this cricket match from the CPL live online, viewers will need access to the ESPN3/WatchESPN website. See more details here on which devices will work with the service and how to watch online.