The BCCI Instagram page posted a picture of Shikhar Dhawan (left), Virat Kohli (middle) and Rohit Sharma, as they prepared to leave for USA. Photo Courtesy BCCI's Instagram handle
The BCCI Instagram page posted a picture of Shikhar Dhawan (left), Virat Kohli (middle) and Rohit Sharma, as they prepared to leave for USA. Photo Courtesy BCCI’s Instagram handle

The Indian cricket team on Tuesday set out for USA for their upcoming two-match Twenty20 International (T20I) series against the West Indies, to be played at the Central Broward Regional Park Stadium in Lauderhill, Florida on August 27 and 28. India, who are coming off a brilliant 2-0 win over the Windies in the just-concluded four-match Test series in the Caribbean, will look to continue the good form and dominate the reigning T20 world champions in the shortest version of the game. The BCCI Instagram page posted a picture of Shikhar Dhawan, Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma, as they prepared to leave for USA. FULL CRICKET SCORECARD: India vs West Indies 2016, 1st T20I at Florida

Meanwhile, internet-based TV service provider YuppTV on Tuesday announced securing the exclusive broadcast rights of the two-match T20 International series between India and the West Indies to be played at Central Broward Regional Park in Florida on August 27-28. The T20 series will be available live on YuppTV through multiple internet-enabled devices like smartphones, tablets and Smart TVs, the company said in a statement. “We hope that our audience will enjoy the latest offering on YuppTV, catching the live and exclusive India vs WI T20 matches,” said Uday Reddy, Founder and CEO, YuppTV. this is the first time both the teams would be playing international cricket in USA.

 

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Team India’s star T20I player, Virat Kohli, has set his eyes in USA, and is eagerly looking forward to play cricket in USA, where the game is not as popular, as in other cricketing nations. Earlier on Monday, Kohli sent out a video on BCCI‘s Facebook page where he expressed his desire to play cricket in USA.