The 2022 Asia Cup, which will be played in the T20 format, will begin on August 27 — here’s where you can watch the tournament, including live streaming and TV details.
The Asia Cup will be played in the UAE between six teams, who have been divided into two groups. Group A features India, Pakistan and Hong Kong. Hong Kong made the cut after winning the Qualifier, which had been a four-team affair.
Group B will have Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and Afghanistan. The tournament begins on August 27 with Sri Lanka taking on Afghanistan. It will be followed by a clash between India and Pakistan on Sunday, August 28.
Each team will play the other side in their group once, from where the top two teams from each group will advance to the Super Four. In the second round, teams will play three games, facing off against all the other sides once. The top two will then qualify for the final, which will be held at the Dubai International Stadium on September 11.
Asia Cup 2022, schedule: Here’s where you can find the full list of fixtures for the Asia Cup.
This is only the second time when the Asia Cup will be played in the T20 format. The first event was in 2016 where the tournament served as a preparatory tournament ahead of the T20 World Cup in India. This year’s competition, too, is in the 20-over format as teams gear up for the T20 World Cup in October.
Asia Cup 2022, where to watch: Live streaming, TV and broadcast details
A number of channels will show the games live on TV. You can catch the action on Star Sports 1, Star Sports 1 HD, Star Sports 1 Hindi, Star Sports 1 HD, Star Sports 1 Kannada, Star Sports 1 Tamil and Star Sports 1 Telugu.
Live streaming is available on Disney+ Hotstar.
PTV-Sports and PTV-Sports HD. You can also see the matches on Ten Sports HD. PTV Sports Online will allow you to live stream the games.
In Sri Lanka
You can watch the matches live on Dialog TV – Star Sports 1 (Ch. No. 73) and Star Sports HD 1 (Ch. No. 130)
Gazi TV and Nagorik TV
In the Middle-East
OSN Sports Cricket HD
In the UK
Utsav Gold HD (SKY Channel 717, Channel 801 on Virgin Media, Channel 393 on BT TV)
In Europe, Australia, New Zealand, and Hong Kong