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    South Africa v West Indies 2010 ODI Series Cricket Schedule – Match Timings – Channels Telecasting


    South Africa v West Indies 2010 Series will be held in West Indies from May 19th, 2010 and ends on June 30th, 2010

    West Indies will play 2 T20 matches, 5 ODIs (One Day Internationals) and 3 Test Matches.

    South Africa v West Indies 2010 T20 Series Cricket Schedule – Match Timings – Channels Telecasting

    Click here for South Africa v West Indies 2010 ODI Series Team Squad

    South Africa will start as favorites. They would be hoping to do well in all the matches.

    West Indies will be hoping to well in ODI against South Africa. West Indies will start the series as the underdogs even though they are playing in their own Backyard.

    I will be providing West Indies v South Africa ODI Match Timings in West Indies Time, South Africa Standard Time and Indian Standard Time (IST)

    Channels telecasting South Africa v West Indies 2010 ODI Series:


    * Australia — Network Ten (Live)
    * Bangladesh – Ten Sports
    * Canada — Asian Television Network -ATN (Live)
    * Europe — British Eurosport on Sky Digital and Virgin Media (Live)(including France, Denmark, Algeria, Sweden, Austria, Finland, Monaco, Cyprus and Russia)
    * New Zealand – Sky TV
    * India — Star Cricket
    * Pakistan – Geo Sports
    * Middle East — Arab Digital Distribution (Live) in UAE, Bahrain, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Turkey, Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia, Egypt, Sudan and Libya
    * South Africa — Supersport (Live)
    * United Kingdom — British Eurosport on Sky Digital
    * United States — Willow TV (Live)

    South Africa v West Indies 2010 ODI Series Cricket Schedule and Match Timings :

    Date and Time Match
    Sat May 22
    13:30 GMT | 09:30 local | 19:00 IST | 18:30 PST
    1st ODI Match, South Africa v West Indies

    Sir Vivian Richards Stadium, North Sound, Antigua

    Mon May 24
    13:30 GMT | 09:30 local | 19:00 IST | 18:30 PST
    2nd ODI Match, West Indies v South Africa

    Sir Vivian Richards Stadium, North Sound, Antigua

    Fri May 28
    13:30 GMT | 09:30 local | 19:00 IST | 18:30 PST
    3rd ODI Match, South Africa v West Indies

    Windsor Park, Roseau, Dominica

    Sun May 30
    13:30 GMT | 09:30 local | 19:00 IST | 18:30 PST
    4th ODI Match, West Indies v South Africa

    Windsor Park, Roseau, Dominica

    Thu Jun 3
    13:30 GMT | 09:30 local | 20:00 IST | 19:30 PST
    5th ODI Match, South Africa v West Indies

    Sabina Park, Kingston, Jamaica

    Hope we all enjoy this Cricket Series

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    3 Comments

    1. As a proud South African I’ve been enjoying the cricket in the Caribbean. We need to win one more ODI to clinch the series, and with the 20/20 games being a whitewash I feel it is safe to say that any unpleasant memories of the PRO20 World Cup has been erased. I am looking forward to the tests, Jacques Kallis is looking in good shape and I expect some big scores from the man, not to mention Amla.

      • Edward Lynch says:

        Yes indeed. Amla doing fine. Congrats to South Africa. Oh Lord! Help us the West Indies. Something is wrong with us. Help us somebody. Help us. Help us. Get rid of insolence in the team. Disrespect for the captain by any player MUST NOT be tolerated, as shown by bowler in the 4th ODI.

    2. Well I must say I’m terribly disappointed at the West indies performance in this series so far. So many unfit cricketers and not able to defend 303 runs in the last match. Somerthing is terribly wrong!!!! Probably,like Australia, the players need to take some appropriate health supplements to build them up, along with doing some rigorous exercise; also maybe a better training program. Yes Sir, let the West Indies Board look into this matter very seriously.
      Best wishes,
      Jared

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