If you are a cricket fanatic and are looking forward to watch the 2nd Test between India and Bangladesh in the series of the West Indies tour, then there are plenty of ways for you to do that. First and foremost, you can watch the game on television, on either Sony Sports Network or ICC TV channels. The best part is that you can view the live scorecard as well as all the action.

ICC TV broadcasting rights for Bangladesh’s tour of West Indies

The International Cricket Council (ICC) has announced the details of its upcoming OTT platform, ICC TV, which will provide live streaming of all cricket matches worldwide. It will also offer in-play clips and highlight videos, in addition to non-live digital coverage.

ICC TV will broadcast a number of matches, including the Bangladesh vs West Indies ODIs and Tests. The latter will be aired in four different languages, including English, Hindi, Bengali, and Urdu. Those in India can watch the match on the T-Sports platform.

The ICC has also partnered with Sportradar, a leading global provider of sports betting and related entertainment products, to deliver live and on-demand streaming for matches from around the world. Moreover, fans can unlock replays and highlights.

ICC’s OTT platform will be used to stream the ICC T20 Cricket World Cup 2022, which will be held in India in less than a year. Fans in the Caribbean can follow the ODI on ESPN Caribbean.

Live telecast on Sony Sports Network channels in India

Sony Sports Network, India’s leading sports channel, has secured the broadcast rights to the upcoming India vs Bangladesh Test Series. The 142nd edition of the revered tournament will begin on 29th August 2022 and will be telecast in four languages.

Sony Sports Network has also acquired the rights to live telecast the Big Bash League 2022-23 in India. These matches will be telecast in English, Tamil and Telugu.

A slew of former India Davis Cuppers will provide commentary for the series. The commentary panel will include Ashish Nehra, Mohammad Kaif, Mike Atherton and Saba Karim.

The series will be telecast on both the Sony Sports Network and the SuperSport network. In addition, the Australia Test series will be available to view on BT Sport and Kayo subscription services.

While the Indian team will have a strong squad in place, the Bangladesh side will be led by Shakib Al Hasan. He is the highest wicket-taker in Tests.

Live scorecard

Despite being down by 144 runs, India fought back to beat Bangladesh by three wickets in the second Test. The hosts have now won the series and have a clear 2-0 lead.

Ravichandran Ashwin top-scored for India with an unbeaten 42. The two batsmen stitched together an unbeaten 132-run stand. It was a good start but India were then bowled out for 145 in 70.2 Overs.

Bangladesh made a comeback in the second innings but failed to produce the required runs. With six wickets in hand and plenty of time to go, there is still plenty of opportunity for the host to make a late charge.

Bangladesh’s bowling was good but the top order was decimated. In the first innings, Shreyas Iyer scored 86 and Rishabh Pant was on a hundred-plus run stand. They helped India get to 145 for victory on the turn.

It’s been a long time since India have won a test by scoring a hundred. But that’s not to say that the Indian top-order didn’t get their act together. During the second innings, Virat Kohli was dismissed for 24 while the other big guns were given the bum-rub.

Teams involved

Defending champions India are in a strong position to win the second Test against Bangladesh, which will be played in Dhaka. The Men in Blue have taken a 1-0 lead in the two-match series.

Despite a slow start, the Indian batting has found its feet. After scoring 404 runs in the first innings, India improved their lead to 512 runs by the time they got to bat in the second innings. However, Bangladesh had a strong fightback and managed to cut the deficit to just 14 runs at the end of the day.

India took the crucial first wicket of Shakib Al Hasan, who was attempting a comeback. This was the third wicket in an hour for the Bangladesh fast bowler. It came off the bowling of Umesh Yadav, who edged the ball to the third slip.

Ashwin and Iyer then made a 50-run stand to bring the game back in their hands. Throughout their innings, they have kept the Bangladesh batsmen at bay. Their partnership helped India reach 314 runs.