Watch Nepal vs Pakistan Live Stream SAFF Championship 2023, SAFF Championship 2023
Nepal is taking on Pakistan in their last match of the SAFF Championship 2023. Nepal and Pakistan, both are out of the competition after losing their opening two matches.
Nepal went 3-1 down to Kuwait in the opening game before losing 2-0 to arch rival India. On the other hand, Pakistan lost to Kuwait and India by same margin of 4-0 each.
The clash between Nepal vs Pakistan will just be a formalitly match with both teams looking for a consolation win.
The match between Nepal and Pakistan will kick off at 3:45 pm Nepali time at Sree Kanteerava Stadium, Chennai.
Watch Nepal vs Pakistan Live Stream SAFF Championship 2023
Kantipur TV is the official broadcaster of the SAFF Championship 2023 in Nepal. All the matches of SAFF Championship 2023 will be available in Kantipur TV HD and the official website and app of Kantipur TV. Therefore, fans from Nepal can Watch Nepal vs Pakistan Live Stream SAFF Championship 2023 in Kantipur TV and app.
Similarly, TSports if the official broadcaster in Bangladesh. Similarly, in the host country, DD Sports will telecast the match and FanCode will digitally broadcast all the matches.
Pakistan’s first hd sports channels Asports is the official broadcaster in Pakistan.
Kuwait TV Sports is the official broadcaster in Kuwait.
Goalkeepers: Kiran Chemjong, Deep Karki, Bishal Shrestha.
Defenders: Bimal Panday, Sanish Shrestha, Ananta Tamang, Devendra Tamang, Nishant Khadka, Rohit Chand, Simanta Thapa.
Midfielders: Pujan Uperkoti, Arik Bista, Nabin Lama, Mani Kumar Lama, Laken Limbu, Avas Lamichhane.
Forwards: Ayush Ghalan, Nawayug Shrestha, Dipak Raj Singh Thakuri, Anjan Bista, Manish Dangi, Aashish Chaudhary, Bimal Gharti Magar.
Goalkeepers: Saqib Hanif, Salman ul Haq, Abdul Basit and Yousaf Ijaz Butt.
Defenders: Muhammad Umar Hayat, Ali Khan Niazi, Muhammad Sufyan, Muhammad Umer Saeed, Mamoon Moosa Khan, Syed Abdullah Shah, Haseeb Ahmed Khan, Sardar Wali, Sohail, Easah Suliman and Abdullah Iqbal.
Midfielders: Alamgir Ali Khan Ghazi, Ali Uzair Mahmood, Moin Ahmed, Shayak Dost, Muhammad Waleed Khan, Rahis Nabi, Harun Arrashid Faheem Hamid, Umair Ali and Muhammad Adnan Yaqoob.
Forwards: Abdul Samad Shahzad, Otis Jan Mohammad Khan, Hassan Naweed Bashir and Muhammad Waheed.