Abu Dhabi T10 League 2021 can be watched live all over the world
In India, Sony Six and Sony Ten 3 will broadcast the matches.
Updated - Jan 28, 2021 11:16 am
The much-awaited fourth edition of the Abu Dhabi T10 League 2021 is set to commence on January 28 and will go on until February 6. As many as eight teams will fight it out for glory. These teams have been divided into two groups of four each with Bangla Tigers, Delhi Bulls, Maratha Arabians and Northern Warriors comprising Group A.
On the other hand, Team Abu Dhabi, Deccan Gladiators, Qalandars and Pune Devils are part of Group B. A total of 29 matches will be played and all of them will be played at the Sheikh Zayed Cricket Stadium in Abu Dhabi. Maratha Arabians walk into this season as the defending champions while Karnataka Tuskers of 2019 have now been rebranded as Pune Devils.
Some of the top international players across the world are taking part in the competition and this could turn out to be one of the best editions in history. For the same reasons, the tournament will be broadcasted live almost across the world with the fans getting a chance to witness some exciting cricket being played.
In India, Sony Six and Sony Ten 3 will broadcast the matches live while the fans in UK and Ireland will get to see the action on Sky Sports Cricket. Ten Sports will broadcast T10 League 2021 live in Pakistan.
Here are some more details about broadcast and the 2021 season as a whole:
Afif Hossain, Johnson Charles, Andre Fletcher (CAPT), Muhammad Irfan, Tom Moore, Qais Ahmad, Ravinderpal Singh, George Garton, Adam Hose, Karim Janat, Chirag Suri, Aryan Lakra, Rameez Shahzad, Fazalhaq Farooqui, Matheesha Pathirana, Mahedi Hasan, Mujeeb Ur Rahman
Sunil Narine, TBC, Kieron Pollard (CAPT), Imran Tahir, Aaron Summers, Azam Khan, Ravi Rampal, Cameron Delport, Mohammad Shazad, Prasanth Gupta, Zahoor Khan, Hafeez ur Rehman, Yasir Kaleem, Zeeshan Zameer, Hamdan Tahir, Imtiyaz Ahamad, Anwar Ali
Dwyane Bravo (CAPT), Evin Lewis, Ravi Bopara, Adam Lyth, Sherfane Rutherford, Mohammad Nabi, Ali Khan, Waqas Maqsood, Rahamanulla Gurbaz, Fidel Edwards, Sheraz Ahmad, Kausif Daud, Khalid Shah, Waqar Salmakheil, Nyeem Young, Amad Butt, Tom Abell
Shoaib Malik, Mohhamad Hafeez, Laurie Evans, Mussadek Hossain (CAPT), Javed Ahmadi, Pravin Tambe, Kevin Koththigoda, Ishan Malhota, Sompal Kami, Muktar Ali, Sandeep Singh, Abdul Shakoor, Alishan Sharafu, Maroof Merchant, Syed Shah, Sohag Gazi, Yamin Ahmadzai
Nicolas Pooran (CAPT), Rovman Powell, Fabian Allen, Lendl Simmons, Wayne Parnell, Wahab Riaz, Rayad Emrit, Dhananjaya Lakshan, Kjorn Ottley, Brandon King, Junaid Siddique, Waheed Ahmad, n/a, Maheesh Theeksanha, Ansh Tandon, Muhammad Waseem, Sujeet Parbatani
Dawid Malan, Mohammad Amir, Hardus Viljeon, Chadwick Walton, Tom Kohler-Cadmore, Monir Hossan Khan, Devon Thomas, Dawish Rasooli, Nasir Hossain (CAPT), Kennar Lewis, Asif Khan, Mohammad Boota, n/a, Sam Wisniewski, Vriiitya Aravid, Karan KC, Munis Ansari
Shahid Afridi, Tom Banton, Chris Jordan, Samit Patel, Daniel Bell-Drummond, Sohail Tanvir, Asif Ali, Ahmad Daniyal, Sohail Akthar (CAPT), Sharjeel Khan, Sultan Ahmed, Fayyaz Ahmed, Ali Khan, Azmatullah Omarzai, Mohammad Taha, Khurshid Anwar, Ben Dunk
Team Abu Dhabi
Chris Gayle, Joe Clarke Luke, Wright (CAPT), Naveen ul Haq, Paul Stirling, Usman Shinwari, Obeid McCoy, Jamie Overton, Najibullah Zadran, Ben Duckett, Rohan Mustafa, Karthik Meiyappan, n/a, Leonardo Julien, Kushal Malla, Tom Helm, n/a
List of Broadcasters
India – Sony Six, Sony Ten 3, Sony LIV
Pakistan – Ten Sports
UK and Ireland – Sky Sports Cricket
Bangladesh – T Sports
MENA – Sony Max Abu Dhabi Sports (UAE)
South Africa – SuperSports
Sri Lanka – Vasantham TV
USA and Canada – Willow TV
Afghanistan – RTA Sports
Caribbean – Sports Max TV
Australia, USA, Canada, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Afghanistan, Nepal, Bhutan, Maldives, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Indonesia – Eros Now (Non-Exclusive OTT)