Catch all the One Day International Tri-Series cricket action on Twitter

By Jonno Simpson
Thursday, 15 January 2015

This fascinating summer of cricket continues this week as the Aussies (@CricketAUS) take on England (@ECB_Cricket) and India (@BCCI) in the One Day International Tri-Series. As always, Twitter will be your perfect ball-by-ball partner for all the action.

With the Cricket World Cup (@CricketWorldCup) only weeks away, this series will provide a significant insight into whether the Aussies can take out one day cricket’s biggest prize.

Last week the Australian Cricket World Cup squad was announced and they’re all set for the Tri-Series to stake their claim for spots in the @CricketWorldCup first XI.

Throughout the series build up, @CricketAUS provided the best insider access to all the Tri-Series preparations, including a special pep talk from Prime Minister Tony Abbott (@TonyAbbottMHR).



Along with the access and insights from @CricketAUS, cricket fans can also follow players who provide unique perspectives into the life of professional cricketers.



To keep up to date with all the behind-the-scenes action from your favourite Aussie cricketers, check out our list of Australian Cricket World Cup players to follow.

If you want to check out what many of the sides are up to in the upcoming @cricketworldcup warm up games, you can follow players from all three teams involved in the Tri-Series.

You can follow a mix of players, journalists and broadcasters involved in the @CricketWorldCup by subscribing to our Cricket World Cup Twitter list.

To help the fans of the good guys show their true colours (green and gold of course), @CricketAUS is giving you the chance to get a personalised shirt signed by @MClarke23 for your Twitter avatar. You can even buy an actual personalized shirt, so get your Twitter account out there.

With the great Tweets during the recent Tests against India – the most exciting @BigBashLeague we’ve seen so far – and anticipation building for the Tri-Series and Cricket World Cup (#CWC15), there’s no better place to follow all of the action than Twitter.