Dubai: The 2021 edition of the Indian Premier League is about to unfold, with the first game taking place in Chennai on Friday when the defending Indian champions Mumbai face off against Virat Kohli’s Royal Challengers Bangalore.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, this year’s IPL will be held behind closed doors at various venues in India, where not all teams will be able to gain an advantage on the pitch by playing all of their clashes away from home in venues. environments protected by the COVID-19 bio-bubble.
Cricket fans in the UAE and around the world can watch all matches live on TV thanks to broadcasters operating in their region.
BeIN Sports will broadcast all IPL matches to fans in UAE, Gulf and MENA region, while Star Sports, Jalsha and Disney Hotstar VIP have the rights at home in India. Sky Sports will broadcast all matches to fans all over the world where their various networks are available.
India: Star Sports, Jalsha and Disney Hotstar VIP
WATER: BeIn Sports
UK: Sky Sports Cricket
Australia: Fox Sports
MENA Country: BeIN Sports
Pakistan: Geo Super
New Zealand: Sky Sport NZ
Bangladesh: Channel 9, Gazi TV
Afghanistan: Radio Television Afghanistan
Sri Lanka: SLRC (Channel Eye)