I love to watch with my friends and family at home. We all get together, make snacks, and drink beers while rooting for our favorite teams. It's a fun experience because in America this custom is mostly for football. My father though, loves cricket and has always watched it with our family, so it is a tradition we carry on.
I like to watch cricket live at the ground and my favourite ground is Lords. I've never traveled abroad to watch England but I would like to in the future. When I'm not at the cricket ground I like to watch at home on the sofa.
This might sound weird, but I love watching cricket games from home with a couple of my crazy knuckle head friends. This way I'm able to have a constant stream of cold beer and also get to see the replays in slow motion and also make or loose a couple of dollars through bets I make with friends.
Living in the Western world means I usually have to stream matches online. That being said, anywhere at home with a beer fridge nearby is fine for me. The lady is usually watching some sort of reality TV anyway
My favourite place would always be Canje , rose hall welfare center . Saw some memorable matches there including an Intikab Alam led pakistani, team , a Tony Greig led English side , numerous Shell shield and the inter counties matches . Many club matches with the likes of THE Ethwaroo clan , Ramnarace, Leslie Amsterdam many many more
For the big matches it was one dollar for the cheap standing area separated by a fence under the blazing sun and five dollars for the stands . Like clockwork the fence would come tumbling down at lunchtime and the fans would wander off to the stands and the cops would be so innundated that it was comical.
Die hards cheapseaters however would never leave for there is where the gambling boards and food areas was set up... Was de good old days
ps ,, saw a Kanhai led team defeated a combined islandsteam there with Keith Glasgow and Sewnarine being the hero