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T20 Blast 2021 Live Streaming & TV Channels

T20 Blast 2021 Live Streaming & TV Channels, Live Telecast, Broadcasting Rights

Star Sports to broadcast live coverage of Vitality T20 Blast 2021 in India and its subcontinent (Sri Lanka, Afghanistan, Nepal, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Maldives, and Bhutan) countries; all matches streamed live in the Indian subcontinent on Hotstar digital platform (Website, App).

Sky Sports is the official broadcaster for Vitality T20 Blast 2021. You can watch English Domestic T20 tournament some matches live on Sky Sports Cricket. Cricket fans can also watch England Vitality T20 Blast 2021 online live streaming on iPhone, iPad, PC and Android smartphones with NOW TV and Sky Go. Ten group-stage matches, one quarter-final and Finals Day will be broadcast live by Sky Sports. and many matches will be live streamed on the ECB website. Video highlights of the televised matches will be hosted on the ECB website. BBC Local Radio will also broadcast live commentary of every match in the competition.

  • UK: Sky Sports Cricket, Now TV, BBC Radio

PTV Sports, Ten Sports Pakistan, and Geo Super (Geo TV) are the popular cricket broadcaster in Pakistan for the International, Domestic, and T20 Leagues played around the world. Cricket viewers in Pakistan can tune to any of these TV channels and their digital platform (Website and app) for online live streaming. PTV Sports is a Pakistani pay television sports channel owned by the Pakistan Television Corporation, Pakistan’s state broadcaster. Geo Super (Geo TV) is the first twenty-four-hour Karachi based Pakistani channel dedicated to the world of sports. It belongs to Independent Media Corporation, owner of the Jang Group of Newspapers. TEN Sports Pakistan is a Pakistani pay-TV sports channel part of Sony Television Network, which is owned by Sony Corporation Japan.

  • Pakistan: PTV Sports, Ten Sports Pakistan, and Geo Super (Geo TV)

Sports Max, Flow Sports, and ESPN are the popular cricket broadcaster in the Caribbean region for the International, Domestic, and T20 Leagues played around the globe. The audience of the Caribbean can tune to any of these TV channels and their digital platform (Website and app) for online live streaming. SportsMax is the Caribbean sports channel of choice, committed to providing sporting content. ESPN Caribbean is a Caribbean pay television network that broadcasts in most Caribbean countries. Operated as part of the ESPN International division, the service is composed of ESPN and ESPN2.

  • Caribbean: Sports Max, Flow Sports, and ESPN

Gazi TV (GTV), BTV National, Channel 9, Star Sports, and Maasranga TV is the famous TV Channels to watch live coverage of cricket matches, they cover most of the International, Domestic, and T20 Leagues matches and telecast these games for Bangladeshi audience. Rabbitholebd Sports is the digital partner of Bangladesh cricket, Rabbitholebd will live stream all events through their website and app, matches that they have OTT rights. Gazi Television, which is officially known as GTV, is a Bengali language digital cable television.

  • Bangladesh: Gazi TV (GTV), BTV National, Channel 9, Star Sports, and Maasranga TV

The 2021 Vitality Blast is scheduled to be the 2021 season of the t20 Blast, a professional Twenty20 cricket league in England and Wales. It will be the third season in which the domestic T20 competition, run by the ECB, has been branded as the Vitality Blast due to a new sponsorship deal. 18 teams take part in this tournament, the Vitality Blast will be played in three regionalised groups this year, consisting of six teams per group. Each team will play the others in their group twice, that mean 10 group-stage matches for each county. The top two counties in each group will progress to the quarter-finals, where they will be joined with the two best third-place teams. The 2021 Vitality T20 Blast features 133 Twenty20 matches (126 group match, four quarter-finals, two semi-finals, and final). The Vitality Blast kicks off with a bang on June 09 with final and semifinal’s will be held in September 18.

SKY Sport is New Zealand’s home of live cricket, most of the cricket matches feed of various tournaments covered by SKY for their home Audience. Cricket enthusiast can tune to SKY GO for matches online coverage. Sky Sport Now also online live streams cricket tournaments, highlights, on-demand, match statistics, and points tables. Three passes are available for purchase: a week pass, a month pass, and a 12-month Pass. Sky Sport is a group of sports-oriented television channels operated by New Zealand’s satellite pay-TV company, Sky. New Zealand’s premium sport channels offer a full line-up of popular local and international sporting events.

  • New Zealand: SKY Sport NZ (Sky Sport 2 is a Dedicated channel for 24/7 cricket coverage)

Vitality T20 Blast 2021 Live Steaming & TV Channel

TV Channels

India & Subcontinent
Star Sports
Pakistan Ten Sports Pakistan, PTV Sports
Bangladesh Gazi TV (GTV)
South Africa
SuperSport
Canada
Willow TV Canada
USA Willow TV
UK Sky Sports Cricket
Australia Fox Sports
Malaysia Astro Cricket HD
MENA
OSN Sports Cricket HD

Group A: Essex, Worcestershire, Sussex, Middlesex, Kent, Durham, Gloucestershire, Hampshire, and Lancashire.

Group B: Leicestershire, Derbyshire, Glamorgan, Yorkshire, Surrey, Warwickshire, Nottinghamshire, Northamptonshire, and Somerset.

Full Schedule

Wednesday, June 9: Kent v Hampshire (Canterbury), Lancashire v Derbyshire (Old Trafford), Worcestershire v Nottinghamshire (Worcester), Somerset v Essex (Taunton)

Thursday, June 10: Yorkshire v Birmingham Bears (Headingley), Lancashire v Leicestershire (Old Trafford), Middlesex v Surrey (Lord’s), Glamorgan v Gloucestershire (Cardiff)

Friday, June 11: Gloucestershire v Sussex (Bristol), Kent v Middlesex (Canterbury), Durham v Yorkshire (Riverside), Essex v Hampshire (Chelmsford), Somerset v Surrey (Taunton), Northamptonshire v Worcestershire (Northampton), Nottinghamshire v Birmingham Bears (Trent Bridge), Leicestershire v Derbyshire (Leicester)

Saturday, June 12: Sussex v Hampshire (Hove)

Sunday, June 13: Kent v Gloucestershire (Canterbury), Worcestershire v Lancashire (New Road), Glamorgan v Essex (Cardiff), Northamptonshire v Nottinghamshire (Northampton), Derbyshire v Birmingham Bears (Derby)

Monday, June 14: Surrey v Glamorgan (The Oval)

Tuesday, June 15: Yorkshire v Leicestershire (Headingley), Durham v Nottinghamshire (Riverside), Middlesex v Hampshire (TBC), Essex v Sussex (Chelmsford), Somerset v Kent (Taunton), Northamptonshire v Birmingham Bears (Northampton), Derbyshire v Lancashire (Derby)

Wednesday, June 16: Worcestershire v Yorkshire (Worcester), Glamorgan v Kent (Cardiff), Leicestershire v Birmingham Bears (Leicester)

Thursday, June 17: Durham v Lancashire (Riverside), Surrey v Sussex (The Oval), Middlesex v Gloucestershire (TBC), Derbyshire v Northamptonshire (Derby)

Friday, June 18: Birmingham Bears v Lancashire (Edgbaston), Yorkshire v Durham (Headingley), Surrey v Hampshire (The Oval), Worcestershire v Northamptonshire (Worcester), Glamorgan v Middlesex (Cardiff), Sussex v Somerset (Hove), Essex v Gloucestershire (Chelmsford), Nottinghamshire v Derbyshire (Trent Bridge)

Saturday, June 19: Somerset v Glamorgan (Taunton)

Sunday, June 20: Gloucestershire v Hampshire (Bristol), Kent v Essex (Chelmsford), Yorkshire v Derbyshire (Headingley), Durham v Birmingham Bears (Riverside), Lancashire v Nottinghamshire (Old Trafford), Northamptonshire v Leicestershire (Northampton)

Monday, June 21: Surrey v Essex (The Oval)

Tuesday, June 22: Gloucestershire v Kent (Bristol), Sussex v Glamorgan (Hove), Derbyshire v Leicestershire (Derby), Nottinghamshire v Worcestershire (Trent Bridge)

Wednesday, June 23: Yorkshire v Worcestershire (Headingley), Durham v Northamptonshire (Riverside), Surrey v Somerset (The Oval)

Thursday, June 24: Birmingham Bears v Derbyshire (Edgbaston), Middlesex v Essex (Lord’s), Gloucestershire v Glamorgan (Lord’s)

Friday, June 25: Surrey v Middlesex (The Oval), Worcestershire v Durham (Worcester), Sussex v Gloucestershire (Hove), Essex v Kent (Chelmsford), Somerset v Hampshire (Taunton), Northamptonshire v Lancashire (Northampton), Derbyshire v Nottinghamshire (Derby), Leicestershire v Yorkshire (Leicester)

Saturday, June 26: Birmingham Bears v Durham (Edgbaston), Yorkshire v Northamptonshire (Headingley), Nottinghamshire v Lancashire (Trent Bridge)

Sunday, June 27: Worcestershire v Leicestershire (Worcester), Middlesex v Glamorgan (TBC), Sussex v Surrey (Hove)

Monday, June 28: Hampshire v Middlesex (Southampton), Kent v Somerset (Canterbury)

Tuesday, June 29: Glamorgan v Surrey (Cardiff), Sussex v Kent (Hove), Essex v Somerset (Chelmsford), Leicestershire v Northamptonshire (Leicester)

Wednesday, June 30: Northamptonshire v Durham (Northampton), Hampshire v Surrey (Southampton), Birmingham Bears v Yorkshire (Edgbaston)

Thursday, July 1: Gloucestershire v Somerset (Bristol), Lancashire v Worcestershire (Old Trafford), Middlesex v Sussex (Lord’s), Essex v Glamorgan (Chelmsford), Nottinghamshire v Leicestershire (Trent Bridge)

Friday, July 2: Hampshire v Gloucestershire (Southampton), Kent v Surrey (Canterbury), Birmingham Bears v Nottinghamshire (Edgbaston), Yorkshire v Lancashire (Headingley), Durham v Leicestershire (Riverside), Glamorgan v Sussex (Cardiff), Somerset v Middlesex (Taunton), Derbyshire v Worcestershire (Derby)

Friday, July 9: Hampshire v Somerset (Southampton), Gloucestershire v Middlesex (Cheltenham), Lancashire v Northamptonshire (Old Trafford), Durham v Derbyshire (Riverside), Surrey v Kent (The Oval), Worcestershire v Birmingham Bears (Worcester), Sussex v Essex (Hove), Nottinghamshire v Yorkshire (Trent Bridge)

Friday, July 16: Hampshire v Essex (Southampton – double header), Hampshire v Sussex (Southampton – double header), Gloucestershire v Surrey (Cheltenham), Birmingham Bears v Worcestershire (Edgbaston), Lancashire v Durham (Old Trafford), Middlesex v Kent (Lord’s), Glamorgan v Somerset (Cardiff), Northamptonshire v Derbyshire (Northampton), Leicestershire v Nottinghamshire (Leicester)

Saturday, July 17: Lancashire v Yorkshire (Old Trafford)

Sunday, July 18: Hampshire v Glamorgan (Southampton), Kent v Sussex (Canterbury), Derbyshire v Yorkshire (Chesterfield), Birmingham Bears v Northamptonshire (Edgbaston), Essex v Middlesex (Chelmsford), Somerset v Gloucestershire (Taunton), Nottinghamshire v Durham (Trent Bridge), Leicestershire v Worcestershire (Leicester)

Tuesday, August 24: Quarter-final

Wednesday, August 25: Quarter-final

Thursday, August 26: Quarter-final

Friday, August 27: Quarter-final

Saturday, September 18: Finals Day (Edgbaston)

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