The game of cricket has always mesmerized fans and will continue to do so. This is evident in the spectators filling up the show stands in the stadium during a match and busy fans going online every now and then to have a glimpse of the live cricket scores. There are certain news platforms that display cricket scores live; these are well utilized to the fullest with millions viewing the same. You will find radio channels and television channels updating fans about the cricket news live score every now and then.
In India the first one-dayer between India and Australia scheduled to take place at Jawahar Lal Nehru stadium in Kochi on Sunday was called off without a ball being bowled. Though, it was not raining at the time of toss, the wet field delayed the match and ultimately got cancelled. The second one-dayer would take place on October 20 at Visakhapatnam. Around 30,000-odd spectators had booked tickets for the Kochi match; organisers have decided to refund the cost of tickets. You can well imagine the enthusiasm of the people all ready to have a glimpse of the live cricket.
The match is buoyed by the thrilling 2-0 Test series win over the Aussies. But the Visakhapatnam match will not have the heavyweights from both the teams. Tendulkar and Ricky Ponting were rested while Sehwag and Gambhir are nursing knee injuries. In such a situation, tension-stricken fans will be all the time glued to their television channels or laptops or mobile phone for cricket news live score.
For those who are on the move and carrying a mobile phone or a netbook or laptop with Internet connectivity, browsing for cricket score live seem easy. Thus, they won’t miss the cricket scores flashed as happening in the field. Thanks to the news platforms that have made it possible. Had there been no news portals, cricket fans would not have had access to cricket score live to their convenience and advantage. Cricket news live score happening in the other countries can also be viewed at such news platforms.