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How to buy cheapest tickets for India vs. USA ICC T20 World Cup match

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The 2024 ICC Men’s T20 World Cup is in full swing and the USA and India are set to take the cricket pitch and face off on Wednesday, June 12 at Nassau County International Cricket Stadium in New York.

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.

The USA and India are both 2-0 in group stage play and are in position to be the two teams to advance from Group A thanks to both defeating Pakistan earlier in the tournament.

In addition to having plenty of options for where to watch the match, there are also plenty of options on how to buy tickets.

On VividSeats, ticket prices are starting at $293 and going for as much as $1,812. On StubHub, tickets are going for as little as $270 and capping out at $760. And on SeatGeek, seats are available for $444 and going for as much as $55,555.

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Who: USA vs. India

When: Wednesday, June 12

Where: Nassau County International Cricket Stadium in East Meadow, NY

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

Tickets: StubHub; SeatGeek; *VividSeats

  • *New customers who purchase tickets through VividSeats can get $20 off a $200+ ticket order by using the promo code MassLive20 at checkout.*

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The Associated Press has a story about how for some of the United States players, the match against India means something more because of their heritage.

Among the US players with Indian roots are Saurabh Netravalkar, the left-armed bowler the US will be leaning on as it looks for another upset in the tournament; and Nosthush Kenjige, who was born in Alabama but lived in India and returned to the States after his pursuit of a local cricket club in India fell short.

Netravalkar played for India’s U19 team in the World up in 2009-10. Now, he has the US one win away from reaching the Super Eight.

The Associated Press contributed to this article.

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