The inaugural edition of ILT20 (International League T20) - UAE’s franchise T20 tournament - will kickstart on Friday, January 13, with Dubai Capitals taking on Abu Dhabi Knight Riders in the tournament opener at Dubai International Cricket Stadium.
Where can I watch ILT20 first match live on TV in India?
The first match of ILT20 2023 between Dubai Capitals and Abu Dhabi Knight Riders will be aired LIVE on the ZEE network (Zee Zest, Zee Zest HD, &FLIX, &FLIX HD, &PicturesHD, Zee Cinema, Zee Cinema HD, Zee Cinema Hindi, Zee Bangla, Zee Thirai).
Where can I watch ILT20 first match live online in India?
The first match of ILT20 2023 between Dubai Capitals and Abu Dhabi Knight Riders will be streamed LIVE on the Zee5 website and app.
At what time will the first match of ILT20 start in India?
The first match of ILT20 2023 between Dubai Capitals and Abu Dhabi Knight Riders will begin at 8:15 PM IST.
Where will the first match of ILT20 be played?
The first match of ILT20 2023 between Dubai Capitals and Abu Dhabi Knight Riders will be held at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium in Dubai.
Who are some of the notable players who will be in action in the first match of ILT20?
Dubai Capitals will be led by exlosive West Indies batter Rovman Powell and the team will also feature Yusuf Pathan and Robin Uthappa - who are the only Indians taking part in the tournament. The Capitals squad also features former England captain Joe Root, Afghanistan spinner Mujeeb Ur Rahman and Zimbabwe all-rounder Sikandar Raza.
Knight Riders, meanwhile, will be helmed by Sunil Narine and will be boosted by the presence of star all-rounder Andre Russell in its ranks. Irish opener Paul Stirling will give the team firepower at the top and Akeal Hosein and Ravi Rampaul will bolster the bowling department.
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