With Sunday matches over, the first round of pool A and B phase of the ICC cricket World Cup 2015 quarterfinal berths are clear now with traditional rivals India and Pakistan in.
The first quarterfinal at the Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG) on Wednesday will be played between Pool A third-place finishers Sri Lanka and Pool B second-placed South Africa.
The second last-eight match will see the defending champions and Pool B toppers India take on Bangladesh, who finished fourth in Pool A, at the iconic Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) on Thursday.
The next knockout match on Friday will see co-hosts and four-time World Cup champions Australia, second-placed in Pool A, take on 1992 edition winners Pakistan, who ended third in Pool B, at the Adelaide Oval.
The final quarterfinal will be played at the Westpac Stadium in Wellington on Saturday between co-hosts New Zealand, who topped Pool A with six wins, and the West Indies, who finished fourth in Pool B.
The winners of the quarterfinals will qualify for the semifinals which will be played at the Eden Park in Auckland and at the SCG on March 24 and 26, respectively.
The tournament final will be played at the MCG on March 29.
March 18: South Africa vs Sri Lanka at Sydney Cricket Ground
March 19: India vs Bangladesh at Melbourne Cricket Ground
March 20: Australia vs Pakistan at Adelaide Oval
March 21: New Zealand vs West Indies at Westpac Stadium, Wellington
Where to Watch LIve/ Live Streaming Information:
The cricket ICC World Cup quarterfinals will be shown live on Star Sports 1 and Star Sports HD 1, while the live-streaming will be available onStarsports.com for those in India, while Doordarshan is showing it live on its Sports channel, thanks to the apex court stay on Star India appeal against it. Bangladesh and Sri Lanka fans can also access it.
Pakistan viewers can watch it live on PTV and Ten Sports, and for free online live streaming, they can visit PTV Live and Ten Sports Live. The UK viewers, particularly the Indian-origin and Pakistan-origin audience can see it live on Sky Sports 2 which has been telecasting as Sky Sports World Cup. For live streaming, they can access Sky Go.