Watch the ICC Cricket Twenty20 With a VPN

It’s faster, gutsier and more exciting than test cricket — and from March 11th to April 3rd, the world’s best T20 nations will face off in the ICC Cricket Twenty20 World Cup 2016 in India.

24 days of cricket, 35 intense matches, 20 overs per team. Can Sri Lanka retain their title? Or will another top T20 team, like Australia or Pakistan, take the crown?

If you want to find out live, you’re going to need our guide on how to watch it with a VPN.

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How a VPN Secures Your Internet Connection

A VPN (or virtual private network) makes it easier to stream your favorite sports with an added layer of security.

Howzat? Well, when you connect to a VPN server, websites you visit think you’re in that country–thus masking your true IP address and giving you an added layer of privacy.

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Watch the World T20 Live on Willow TV (USA)

The USA isn’t known for its love of cricket. But US channel Willow TV has live streaming of every ICC Twenty20 World Cup 2016 match.

Here’s how you can watch it with a VPN:

  1. Sign up for your ExpressVPN account and install the app on your computer, smartphone or tablet.
  2. Connect to an ExpressVPN server in the USA.
  3. Visit and sign in to start watching. (A paid subscription is required.)

Stream the Highlights Free on ITV Player (UK)

If you’d rather stream the highlights than watch full games live, and you don’t want to pay a subscription, ITV Player could be for you.

Here’s how:

  1. Create your ExpressVPN account and install the app on your favorite device.
  2. Connect to an ExpressVPN server in the UK.
  3. Visit and search ‘Twenty20 World Cup 2016.’ You need to register with a UK address, but there’s no subscription fee.

Watch Selected World T20 Matches Live on ESPN3 (USA)

It isn’t showing every game, but ESPN3 will have some of the biggest ICC Twenty20 World Cup 2016 matches live.

Here’s how to cricket stream for free on ESPN3 with a VPN.

  1. Sign up with ExpressVPN and install the app on your chosen device.
  2. Connect to a US ExpressVPN server.
  3. Visit in your browser and find the match you want to see in the ‘Live Now’ section.

Leave Us Your Predictions!

You know who we like for the World T20 title? India. Last time they played a major tournament at home, in 2011, they won the World Cup.

They’re a solid 6th in the ICC T20 rankings. And legend Brian Lara is calling them “dangerous.”

Oh, you disagree? Let us know why in the comments!

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