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WI vs AUS 2015: 2nd Test Live Streaming, Telecast, Live Score

Australia will face West Indies in the 2nd match of the ongoing Test series. Australian team has had a roller coaster ride in the Caribbean so far, with the visitors running away with the 1st Test match easily. The had few anxious moments when Bishoo was spinning the ball pretty well , and second when Samuels, along with Dowrich was building a partnership. Though, they got out of it pretty easily.

WI vs AUS 2015: 2nd Test Live Streaming, Telecast, Live Score.

Live Streaming

For the live streaming of the 2nd Test match between West Indies and Australia, one can log onto tensports.com and watch the match online. Star TV doesn’t own the rights of Caribbean region in India, so there is no point going to starsports.com.

Read: Australia vs West Indies 2nd test preview

However, another option of watching this match online is to go to the youtube channel of Tensports and stream it there. It is a better idea than watching it on  Tensports.com. There are several other channels though, but will have privacy issues in India.

Live Score

For the live scores and updates for West Indies vs Australia match, one can go to Espncricinfo.com or cricbuzz.com. Die hard fans of cricket can also follow the commentary of the Test match and get better insights of the match.

The 2nd Test match will be played at Sabina Park in Kingston, Jamaica, and the pitch is expected to assist the faster bowlers once again. This means that Australia, with a far superior pace attack, will again hold an edge. However, the pitches in the Caribbean have slowed down a lot, compared to what it was a decade or two ago.

Chris Rogers will again miss the match as he has yet not recovered fully. This will give Shaun Marsh an extended run. Devendra Bishoo will not get the same amount of purchase from the wicket compared to what he got in the previous match. However, it is still not confirmed if he will play this match, after he injured his finger in the previous match, while trying to hold onto a catch.

However, with all the criteria and circumstances into consideration, Australia has 80% chances of winning the match.

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