India vs Afghanistan is one of the final Asia Cup 2014 matches.
Neither team can make it to the final, so they’re playing for other reasons.
For Afghanistan, it’s a chance to continue making an impression in its first appearance at the Asia Cup.
For India, it’s salvaging pride after already losing twice in the tournament.
The March 5 match is set to begin at 2 p.m. local time (8 a.m. GMT).
It’s being played at Shere Bangla National Stadium, Mirpur, Bangladesh.
The game will be live streamed on Neo Prime and Star Cricket in most Asian countries including India and 1 TV in Afghanistan.
It will also be broadcast on Channel 9 or Star Life OK [Bangladesh], Star UK [United Kingdom], PTV Sports or Geo Super [Pakistan], and CSN or MTV Sports [Sri Lanka].
North African and middle eastern viewers can catch the game on OSN Sports Cricket, viewers in the United States can check out Willow TV or PTV Sports, and Canadian viewers can check out CBN & ATN Cricket Plus or PTV Sports.
After this match, there’s two more scheduled. A regular tournament match between Bangladesh and Sri Lanka on March 6, and then the final match between Sri Lanka and Pakistan on March 8.
India lost to Pakistan by one wicket and to Sri Lanka by two wickets in the tournament. It also beat Bangladesh by six wickets.
Afghanistan also beat Bangladesh, by 32 runs, but lost to Pakistan by 72 runs and to Sri Lanka by 129 runs.