Asia Cup TV channels listed 2023
The 2023 Asia Cup is about to start. Although the start is still a few months late, the excitement of the fans is already on the rise. In this condition, the approximate date for the start of the Asia Cup is from September 2 to September 17. At the same time let us tell you that this Asia Cup of 2023 is the 16th edition. Check the 2023 Asia Cup TV channels list worldwide.
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Moreover, matches here are played as one-day internationals and announced with the hosts. On the other hand, 6 teams will play in the tournament this year like every year. That is why it is being held in September 2023 as a preparatory series before the Cricket World Cup. Through this series, the future of many cricketers depends on going to the World Cup.
Asia Cup 2023 TV channels listed worldwide
|Star Sports, Jio Cinema, Voot
|Hotstar Canada (Internet), Willow TV,
|Sky Sport NZ (Sky Sport 2)
|Yupp TV, PeoTV, Dialog TV, SLRC
|Tapmad via web or App
|Flow Sports (Flow Sports 2)
|Radio Television Afghanistan (RTA)
|Willow TV, Hotstar Canada (Internet)
|SimTV Nepal, Net TV Nepal,Yupp TV
|Fox Sports, Yupp TV
The official schedule for the 2023 Asia Cup is finally out. The tournament will be played jointly in Pakistan and Sri Lanka. Here is the schedule for Asia Cup 2023, including full fixtures list, dates, venues, and match timings.
The 2023 edition of the Asia Cup will be held in the 50-over format as a precursor to the World Cup coming up later this year. After a lot of deliberation and revisions due to political tensions between Pakistan and India, the schedule for the Asia Cup has finally been announced.
It was known that the Asia Cup was going to be played across Pakistan and Sri Lanka, with India’s matches being held in the latter. However, the draft version of the final fixtures list had gone through several revisions before the Asian Cricket Council settled on the current version.