Afghanistan Cricket League, APL T20‘s inaugural season is all set to kick off on 5th October 2018 when Paktia Panthers will be playing opening game of tournament against Kabul Zwanan in Sharjah. A total of twenty-three matches are scheduled to play throughout 17 days of first Afghanistan Premier League edition.
It’s gonna be an interesting t20 cricket league for cricket fans all over the world as the tournament will be broadcast live to around the world. From Afghanistan to India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, United Kingdom and USA fans can tune television sets to watch live coverage and telecast of APL 2018 league.
There are five participating twenty20 club teams in the event. All these teams will represent Afghani city and each team consists of 16 players in the squad for inaugural edition.
Read more: APL T20 2018 teams, squads
APL T20 Teams
- Balkh Legends
- Kabul Zwanan
- Nangarhar Leopards
- Kandahar Knights
- Paktia Panthers
Some of the top international overseas cricketers will be seen playing in the APL 2018. Brendon McCullum, Chris Gayle, Shahid Afridi, Andre Russell, Colin Munro, Thisara Perera, Wayne Parnell and some more from around the world, will be competing in Afghanistan Premier League T20.
The final match of championship is scheduled for 21st October. Live telecast of all matches can be watched on 1tv Afghanistan meanwhile India based fans can tune to DSport (Discovery communication’s sport channel) to catch live broadcast of APL 2018 games from day-1. Live streaming will also be available online.
TEN Sports and GEO TV to bring live coverage of tournament in Pakistan region and Bangladesh based fans can tune Channel 9 to watch live action from Sharjah Cricket Stadium. FreeSports to broadcast live APL 2018 games in UK region.
Afghanistan Premier League TV Channels List
|Pakistan||TEN Sports, GEO TV|
|Africa & Middle East||OSN Cricket|
|United Kingdom (UK)||FreeSports|
|United States of America (USA)||Willow TV, ARY Digital Network|
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