28 Jan

The fourth edition of the Abu Dhabi T10 League has secured coverage to air the tournament in 100 countries. 

In the Indian subcontinent, Sony Six and Sony Ten 3 will broadcast matches live from today (28 January) onwards in India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Nepal, while SonyLIV will live stream the competition across the same region. The matches will also be available on Reliance Jio TV through SonyLIV in India. 

Sony has held the broadcast rights to all four editions of the tournament. 

Viewers in countries including Australia, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Afghanistan, Nepal, Bhutan, Maldives, Malaysia, Hong Kong and Indonesia can also watch all the games live and see highlights of the League on Eros Now. 

Cricket fans in the UK and Ireland will be able to see the matches for the first time on Sky Sports Cricket, a channel of pay-television broadcaster Sky. In the USA and Canada, Willow TV will broadcast the league live and pay-television broadcaster SportsMax will air the tournament live in the Caribbean. 

Coverage in the Middle East and North Africa region will be available on Sony Max and Abu Dhabi Sports, while pay-television broadcaster SuperSport will air the action in South Africa and Zimbabwe. 

The 2020 competition was postponed in October last year due to a congested UAE cricket calendar. The 10-over competition had originally been planned to start on November 19 but was overshadowed by the arrival of the Indian Premier League to the UAE. 

The tournament is now being held from January 28 to February 6, at the Zayed Cricket Stadium, with a round-robin stage followed by semi-finals and a final. Matches are played over two halves of 45 minutes each. The Abu Dhabi T10 League is the only 10-over competition sanctioned by the International Cricket Council. 

John Stephenson 


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