How to Watch IPL Cricket RC vs. RR Live Stream Online

Chris Gayle

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Shane Watson’s high-flying Rajasthan Royals travel to Bangalore to face Virat Kholi’s Royal Challengers on Wednesday in match 29 of the 2015 Pepsi Indian Premier League.

The second-placed Royals will be gunning for a sixth win in a row to re-gain top spot following Chennai Super Kings’ victory yesterday over the Kolkata Knight Riders. The Royal Challengers, meanwhile, will be looking to build on recent momentum following a slow start to the season, and will be hoping Mitchell Stark can continue his rich vein of form: the Australian left-armer has taken seven wickets in his last three matches, at an average of 9.42.

With a batting line-up including such big hitters as Chris Gayle, Shane Watson and AB de Villiers, and the M. Chinnaswamy Stadium’s short boundary, this should be a run-fest.

In the UK, full live coverage starts on Sky Sports 2 from 3pm BST. You’ll need a satellite subscription to watch the game.

There’s no live television coverage in the United States, but you can catch the game live online, and here’s how:


Watch Royal Challengers vs. Rajasthan Royals Online

royal chalengers

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In the US, you can watch the game live online at ESPN’s dedicated cricket website. You’ll need to have an ESPN Cricket 2015 subscription, which costs $79.99 to watch all 60 IPL matches.

In the UK, and again if you have access to a satellite subscription, you can watch the game online through Sky Go. You’ll need the log-in and password for a satellite subscription — either yours or someone else’s — to access the stream.


Watch Royal Challengers vs. Rajasthan Royals on Mobile

AB de Villiers

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In the US, you can watch the game on your mobile or tablet device via the ESPN Cricket 2015 app. You can download the app for Apple devices from the App Store, or for Android devices from the Google Play store.

Mobile users in the UK can watch the game on the Sky GO app, which is free to download from the App Store or Google Play store. Again, you’ll need a satellite subscription and log-in details to access the stream.

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