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The ICC Men’s T20 Cricket World Cup Group Stage continues with Pakistan taking on Canada in the third match for these two Group A nations.

The match is scheduled to start at 10:30 a.m. EST and will be broadcast on Willow TV. Fans looking to watch can do so through FuboTV or DirecTV Stream, both of which offer a free trial. SlingTV doesn’t offer a free trial but does have other promotional offers available.

Canada is currently third in the group entering this match with 2 points thanks to a win over Group A basement dweller Ireland by 12 runs. Canada lost its other match by 7 wickets to the USA.

Pakistan had two tough losses in its first two matches. First, a loss to the USA by 5 runs in the Super Over after tying. Then, Pakistan loss to rival India by 6 runs.


Who: Pakistan vs. Canada

When: Tuesday, June 11 at 10:30 a.m. EST

Where: Nassau County International Cricket Stadium in New York

Stream: FuboTV (free trial); DirecTV Stream (free trial); Sling

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Pakistan is on the verge of being eliminated in the group stage of the 2024 ICC Men’s T20 World Cup after a crushing loss to India, according to the Associated Press.

After a surprising loss to the United States in its opener, Pakistan appeared to be bouncing back in its contest against India. A rain delay and strong effort to slow down India’s batters had Pakistan in position to get a win, but Jasprit Bumrah turned the tide for India.

“Bumrah is going from strength to strength,” Sharma, India’s captain, said. “I’m not going to talk too much about him — we want him to be in that kind of mindset until the end of this World Cup.

“He’s a genius with the ball.”

“The pressure was on us,” Pakistan captain Babar Azam said. “You can’t expect too much from tailenders. We were not up to the mark in the first six overs, we had targeted 40-45 runs, but we couldn’t capitalize properly.”

The Associated Press contributed to this article.

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