ICC T20 World Cup Qualifier 2023 Live Streaming TV Channels, Fixtures and Team News
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- ICC T20 World Cup Qualifier 2023 Live Streaming TV Channels
- Team Lists
The final hurdle to play in the ICC T20 Cricket World Cup 2024 is all set to begin in Nepal from October 30. 2023 ICC Men’s T20 World Cup Asia Regional Final will begin from October 30 with eight teams fighting for the final two spots in the next year’s world cup.
A total of 15 matches will be played across two different venues which are TU Cricket Ground and newly T20I recognized ground, Mulpani Cricket Ground.
Eight Asian teams are participating in the qualifiers with only the two finalists making it to the next year’s mega event.
The teams are Nepal, United Arab Emirates, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore, Bahrain, Oman and Kuwait.
All these eight teams are divided into two groups with four in each. Top two from each group qualifies for the semi-final and the winner of each semi-final will adavance to the final as well as for the T20 Cricket World Cup 2024.
ICC T20 World Cup Qualifier 2023 Live Streaming TV Channels
In Nepal, Kantipur Television has acquired the official broadcasting rights of the qualifiers. All the 15 matches of the Qualifier will be broadcast live across two different channels of Kantipur TV. Kantipur TV HD and Kantipur Cineplex HD will telecast all the matches of the ICC T20 World Cup Qualifier 2023.
Similarly in India, FanCode is the digital broadcaster of the qualifiers. Viewers from India can tune in to FanCode app or the online portal to watch all the matches of the ICC T20 World Cup Qualifier 2023.
Fans around the world can watch all the matches live on ICC.TV.
Nepal will take on Singapore in the opening match of the qualifiers at TU Cricket Ground with morning start. Similarly, there will be another match starting at same time in Mulpani Cricket Ground.
Nepal will play their second match on 31st October against Malaysia and will sum up their group stage matches against Oman on 2nd November. All the matches of Nepal will be played at TU Cricket Ground.
- United Arab Emirates v Bahrain, 9:00 (local), Mulpani Cricket Stadium
- Nepal v Singapore, 9:00 (local), Tribhuvan University International Cricket Ground, Kirtipur
- Oman v Malaysia, 13:30 (local), Tribhuvan University International Cricket Ground, Kirtipur
- Hong Kong, China v Kuwait, 13:30 (local), Mulpani Cricket Stadium
- Singapore v Oman, 09:00 (local), Tribhuvan University International Cricket Ground, Kirtipur
- Bahrain v Hong Kong, China, 09:00 (local), Mulpani Cricket Stadium
- Malaysia v Nepal, 13:30 (local), Tribhuvan University International Cricket Ground, Kirtipur
- Kuwait v United Arab Emirates, 13:30 (local), Mulpani Cricket Stadium
- Nepal v Oman, 09:00 (local), Tribhuvan University International Cricket Ground, Kirtipur
- Hong Kong, China v United Arab Emirates, 09:00 (local), Mulpani Cricket Stadium
- Singapore v Malaysia, 13:30 (local), Tribhuvan University International Cricket Ground, Kirtipur
- Bahrain v Kuwait, 13:30 (local), Mulpani Cricket Stadium
- Semi-final 1: A1 v B2, 11:00 (local), Tribhuvan University International Cricket Ground, Kirtipur
- Semi-final 2: B1 v A2, 11:00 (local), Mulpani Cricket Stadium
- Final: winner semi-final 1 v winner semi-final 2, 11:00 (local), Tribhuvan University International Cricket Ground, Kirtipur
Nepal: Rohit Kumar Paudel, Mahamad Asif Sheikh, Kushal Bhurtel, Lalit Narayan Rajbanshi, Kushal Malla, Dipendra Singh Airee, Sandeep Lamichhane, Karan KC, Gulshan Kumar Jha, Sompal Kami, Pratis GC, Sundeep Jora, Binod Bhandari, Bibek Kumar Yadav, Abinash Bohara.
United Arab Emirates: Muhammad Waseem, Aryansh Sharma, Alishan Sharafu, Junaid Siddique, Basil Hameed, Asif Khan, Aayan Khan, Ali Naseer, Karthik Meiyappan, Sanchit Sharma, Zahoor Khan, Muhammad Jawadullah, Nilansh Keswani, Khalid Shah, Vriitya Aravind.
Oman: Zeeshan Maqsood, Aaqib Ilyas Sulheri, Kashyapkumar Prajapati, Shoaib Khan, Ayaan Mohammed Khan, Muhammad Nadeem, Muhammad Naseem, Bilal Khan, Ahmad Fayyaz Butt, Kaleemullah, Shakeel Ahmad, Mehran Khan, Prathik Athavale, Sandeep Goud Shreemantula, Siddharth Prasad Bukkapatnam.
Hong Kong, China: Nizakat Khan (c), Zeeshan Ali, Haroon Arshad, Martin Coetzee, Mohammad Ghazanfar, Adit Gorawara, Babar Hayat, Raag Kapur, Aizaz Khan, Ehsan Khan, Scott McKechnie, Yasim Murtaza, Anshuman Rath, Nasrulla Rana, Ayush Shukla.
Malaysia: Ahmad Faiz Mohammad Noor, Virandeep Singh, Syed Aziz Syed Mubarak, Vijay Unni Suresh Unni, Muhammad Amir Azim Abd Shukor, Rizwan Haider, Khizar Hayat Durrani, Ainool Hafizs Md Yatim, Pavandeep Singh Jagjit Singh, Ahmad Zubaidi Zulkifle, Syazrul Ezat Idrus, Haiqal Mohd Khair, Sharvin Muniyandy, Muhammad Aiman Zaquan Muhammad Ridzuan, Muhammad Fitri Mohd Sham.
Singapore: Aritra Dutta (c), Surendran Chandramohan, Aryaveer Chaudhary, Avi Dixit, Ramesh Kalimuthu, Amartya Kaul, Anantha Krishna, Anish Paraam, Janak Prakash, Akshay Roopak Puri, Utsav Rakshit, Rohan Rangarajan, Rahul Sheshadri, Manpreet Singh, Thilip Omamdurai Thilappan.
Bahrain: Umer Imtiaz (c), Haider Ali, Sohail Ahmed, Sarfaraz Ali, Junaid Aziz, Imran Javed Anwer, Abdul Majid Abbasi, Imran Ali Butt, Muhammed Rizwan Butt, Ali Dawood, Sachin Kumar, Ahmer Bin Nasir, Yasser Nazeer, Sathaiyah Veerapathiran, Sai Sarthak Vaddiraju.
Kuwait: Mohamed Aslam (c), Ali Zaheer, Usmangani Ibrahim, Bilal Tahir, Yasin Ishak, Ravija Sandaruwan, Meet Bhavsar, Shiraz Khan, Parvindar Kumar, Mirza Ahmed, Sayed Monib, Nimish Lathief, Clinto Velookkaran Anto, Mohamed Shafeeq Manakkadavath, Ilyas Ahmed.