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Ready for another Super Over.

Chances are you missed last week's story about the USA’s unquestionably, unexpected, unpredicted win over Pakistan in a game of cricket. The outcome has been called “one of the biggest upsets in the history of the sport” and likened to a minor league baseball team beating a major league World Series winning team. The match was one of the first games played in the T20 World Cup co-hosted by the West Indies and the United States.

Tomorrow, Team USA will play another giant in the cricket world, India. The odds are incredibly stacked against our team’s chance for victory, but I’m stoked nonetheless. I’ve prepared by watching Cricket Explained for Baseball Fans (I have a long time friend from South Africa who has tried to explain this game to me so many times, but it wasn't until I watch this video that anything made sense), started a Willow TV subscription, blocked off the time on my calendar, and my brand new cap arrived last night (It sold out within 24 hours of this post).

Regarding the Willow subscription, every source I’ve looked at on how to view the T20 World Cup will suggest viewing through Sling or Fubo streaming services. However, both of these options require adding an additional package that includes Willow at an extra cost, which doesn’t make sense because you can subscribe to the television service directly for ten dollars.