Watch India vs Ireland 2015 Live Cricket Streaming

Watch Ind vs Ire Live Streaming

It is time for 34th match of ICC Cricket World Cup 2014 and another one involving the world champions India. Ireland is in a must win situation and face India at Seddon Park in Hamilton. India has not yet faced a defeat in this world cup whereas Ireland has lost just one against South Africa. Batting out for a quarter final berth, Ireland is badly in need of a win to give tough time to Pakistan and West Indies in Pool B. Watch India vs Ireland 2015 world cup match live telecast and streaming on Star Sports in India with live Hindi and English commentary options.

Cricket fans might assume India this would be a lack lustre game and India would enjoy a walk in the park at Hamilton. But that is not the case. Ireland have been a tough team to beat so far. That is the reason they didn't face a loss against West Indies, Zimbabwe and UAE. Their only loss came against South Africa.

Although India has already qualified for the quarter finals, it is very important to see if Ireland wins this or not. If they lose this one they still have a chance but it would be slimmer. Pakistan will get a bigger advantage if India wins today. Then it would all depend on the Pakistan vs Ireland match to decide a quarter finalist. West Indies is another team in race for the berth in knock outs.

We saw a huge upset when Bangladesh knocked out England from the world cup. Although India can't be knocked out at this stage but they would certainly not take Ireland lightly. The team has a lot of talented players such as Porterfield, Balbirnie, Cusack, Dockrell, Joyce, Mooney, Kevin O'Brien and many more to name.

On the other hand Indian batting and bowling line up is in good form and so is their fielding. Likes of Mohit Sharma, Umesh Yadav and Shami have enjoyed the bowling friendly conditions in Australia and now they would give it a shot in New Zealand.

Likes of Dhawan, Rohit Sharma, Kohli, Rahane and Raina would be eager to score big at a relatively smaller ground of New Zealand. Similarly Ireland batsmen and bowlers would like to enjoy seam friendly condition which they are already used to.

Let us wait and watch who nails this one and how does it change the course of Pool B from hereon.

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