Sri Lanka, Pakistan, and India – Oh My!

I don’t have time for an extensive post just now, but I thought y’all might want to coordinate viewings around your various locations.

There have been 46 matches played so far in this year’s ICC Cricket World Cup, and only four teams remain:

Sri Lanka, who got to the semifinals by chasing England’s respectable total of 221 without losing a wicket;

New Zealand, who did less to the South African bats than the South African bats did to themselves;

Pakistan, who embarrassed the West Indies by first bowling them out for a paltry 112, then chasing the total in less than half the time it took for the West Indies to accumulate it;

India, who avenged their 2003 World Cup Final drubbing by Australia.

Sri Lanka and New Zealand play tomorrow in Colombo. India and Pakistan play on Wednesday in Mohali. The winners play on Saturday in Mumbai. All three matches start at 5 am Eastern, 2 am Pacific.

So the question is, where to watch?

3 thoughts on “Sri Lanka, Pakistan, and India – Oh My!

  1. Apparently the Pakistan Embassy in DC is organizing a viewing on the big screen, if someone wants to brave the cold and get there at 4 AM