PSL 2022 LIVE Streaming: How to watch PSL 2022 Live Streaming in Pakistan, India, Australia, UAE, Europe, America

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PSL 2022 LIVE Streaming: How to watch PSL 2022 Live Streaming in Pakistan, India, Australia, UAE, Europe, America

Pakistan Cricket Board announced today a partnership with Fox Sports to broadcast home international matches as well as the HBL Pakistan Super League in Australia. With the agreement, Pakistan cricket fans and supporters in Australia will be able to watch the upcoming HBL PSL and the one that will be played next year, as well as all international home cricket until April 2023 on Fox Sports on Foxtel and Kayo Sports (Foxtel Group’s sports streaming service). Foxtel Group currently has over 2.4 million sports subscribers, providing PCB with access to the country’s largest audience of sports fans via Foxtel and Kayo. Insidesport.IN can be found on Twitter. Please see the website for more information.

PSL 2022 LIVE Streaming: How to watch PSL 2022 Live Streaming in Pakistan, India, Australia, UAE, Europe, America

Where will PSL 2022 be held?
PSL 2022 will take place in Pakistan from 27 Jan.
When will PSL 2022 up be Played? – Date
PSL 2022 match will start on 27 JAN 2022.
What Time PSL 2022 Will begin? Time
PSL 2022 Will begin at Friday’s double-headers – 3pm & 8pm, Other than Friday’s double-headers – 2pm & 7pm
What are the venues for PSL 2022? – Venue
PSL 2022 will played at Pakistan

Following agreements with Etisalat (Middle East and North Africa), Flow Sports (Caribbean), Sky NZ (New Zealand), Sky Sports (United Kingdom), Sony (South Asia outside Pakistan), Super Sports (Sub-Saharan Africa), and Willow TV, this collaboration is part of the PCB’s strategy and vision to bring Pakistani top-flight cricket to every corner of the globe (North America).

Furthermore, the PCB has collaborated with OTT providers ICC TV and tapmad TV to broadcast the HBL PSL 7 in all unexplored territories, as well as Australia.

Andorra, Antarctica, Argentina, Armenia, Australia, Austria, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Belgium, Bolivia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bouvet Island, Bouvet Island, Brazil, British Indian Ocean Territory, Brunei, Bulgaria, Cambodia, Chile, China, Christmas Island, Cocos Island, Colombia, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, East Timor, Ecuador, Estonia, Falkland Islands, Faroe Islands, Faroe Islands, Faroe Islands, Faroe Islands

The HBL PSL will be held in Karachi and Lahore for the seventh time. The National Stadium in Karachi will host 15 matches of the league’s Karachi leg, while Pakistan’s Gaddafi Stadium will host the remaining 19 games.

PSL Live Streaming

The Pakistan Super League (PSL), Pakistan’s flagship T20 tournament, returns for its seventh season, which promises to be the biggest yet. Fans in Pakistan and around the world can follow all of the PSL action on a variety of platforms. The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has worked tirelessly to ensure that the Pakistan Super League (PSL) 7 is broadcast on major live streaming sites and major TV broadcasters. The league will be broadcast worldwide through a variety of channels, including live mobile streaming, web streaming, and live TV broadcast.

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PSL Live Streaming in Pakistan

  1. PTV Sports
  2. A-Sports
  3. Ten Sports

ll the PSL 2022 action can be live streamed through these platforms.

  1. Daraz App (Android)
  2. Daraz App (iOS)
  3. Tapmad (AD-FREE)
  4. Cricwick (Android)
  5. Cricwick (IOS)

PSL Live Streaming for International Viewers

PSL 7’s high-octane clashes are not limited to Pakistan. PSL fans from all over the world can watch the action live on the platforms listed below. The PCB has signed an official agreement with these platforms to broadcast the entire PSL 2022.

  1. ICC TV
  2. Tapmad TV

Official TV Broadcasters for PSL Live Streaming 2022

PSL fans from all over the world can watch the action live on their mobile devices. The historic agreements signed by the PCB with various broadcasters will aid in the promotion of the PSL brand and Pakistan’s international cricket. The official live streaming partners for PSL 7 around the world are listed below.

  • Territory Channel
  • Australia Fox Sports
  • Middle-East and North Africa Etisalat
  • Caribbean Flow Sports
  • New Zealand Sky NZ
  • United Kingdom Sky Sports
  • South Asia (Outside Pakistan) Sony
  • Sub-Saharan Africa Super Sports
  • North America Willow TV

PSL 2022 will kick off on January 27th, with the defending champions, Multan Sultans, facing former champions, Karachi Kings, in a highly anticipated match at National Stadium Karachi.

PSL 7 will be held in two cities, Karachi and Lahore, as fans in the country welcome the league’s return. The PSL 2022 final will be held on February 27 at Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore.

How to Watch PSL 2022 Matches

  • Broadcaster Region
  • A Sports Pakistan
  • PTV Sports Pakistan
  • Ten Sports Pakistan
  • Daraz Pakistan
  • Tapmad Pakistan
  • CricWick Pakistan
  • Willow TV North America
  • Flow Sports Caribbean
  • Sky Sports United Kingdom
  • SuperSport Sub Saharan Africa
  • Sony South Asia except Pakistan
  • Etisalat Middle East and North Africa
  • Starz Play Middle East and North Africa
  • Fox Sports Australia
  • Sky Sport New Zealand
  • ICC TV Australia, Mainland Europe, South East Asia and ROW
  • Tapmad Australia, Mainland Europe, South East Asia and ROW

PSL 2022 Schedule

27 Jan – Karachi Kings vs Multan Sultans
28 Jan – Quetta Gladiators vs Peshawar Zalmi
29 Jan – Multan Sultans vs Lahore Qalandars; Karachi Kings vs Quetta Gladiators
30 Jan – Peshawar Zalmi vs Islamabad United; Karachi Kings vs Lahore Qalandars
31 Jan – Quetta Gladiators vs Multan Sultans
1 Feb – Islamabad United vs Multan Sultans
2 Feb – Peshawar Zalmi vs Lahore Qalandars
3 Feb – Quetta Gladiators vs Islamabad United
4 Feb – Karachi Kings vs Peshawar Zalmi
5 Feb – Islamabad United vs Lahore Qalandars; Peshawar Zalmi vs Multan Sultans
6 Feb – Karachi Kings vs Islamabad United
7 Feb – Quetta Gladiators vs Lahore Qalandars
10 Feb- Multan Sultans vs Peshawar Zalmi
11 Feb – Lahore Qalandars vs Multan Sultans
12 Feb – Islamabad United vs Quetta Gladiators
13 Feb – Peshawar Zalmi vs Karachi Kings; Lahore Qalandars vs Quetta Gladiators
14 Feb – Islamabad United vs Karachi Kings
15 Feb – Peshawar Zalmi vs Quetta Gladiators
16 Feb – Multan Sultans vs Karachi Kings
17 Feb – Islamabad United vs Peshawar Zalmi
18 Feb – Multan Sultans vs Quetta Gladiators; Lahore Qalandars vs Karachi Kings
19 Feb – Lahore Qalandars vs Islamabad United
20 Feb – Quetta Gladiators vs Karachi Kings; Multan Sultans vs Islamabad United
21 Feb – Lahore Qalandars vs Peshawar Zalmi
23 Feb – Qualifier (1 vs 2)
24 Feb – Eliminator 1 (3 vs 4)
25 Feb – Eliminator 2 (Loser Qualifier 1 vs Winner Eliminator 1)
27 Feb – (Qualifier v Eliminator 2) Final

Squads finalised (in alphabetical order):

Islamabad United

The final team Asif Ali, Colin Munro, and Hasan Ali (all Platinum), Faheem Ashraf, Marchant De Lange, Shadab Khan (Brand Ambassador), Alex Hales (Mentor), Azam Khan, Mohammad Wasim Jnr (all Gold), Danish Aziz, Mohammad Akhlaq, Paul Stirling, Reece Topley, and Zafar Gohar (all Silver), Mubasir Khan, Zeeshan Zameer (both (both Supplementary)

Karachi Kings

The final team Mohammad Amir, Lewis Gregory, Mohammad Nabi (all Diamond), Joe Clarke (Brand Ambassador), Aamir Yamin, Sharjeel Khan (all both Gold), Mohammad Ilyas, Mohammad Imran, Rohail Nazir, Tom Abell, Umaid Asif (all Silver), Faisal Akram, Qasim Akram (Emerging), Romario Shepherd and Talha Ahsan (both Supplementary)

Lahore Qalandars

The final team Haris Rauf (Diamond, Brand Ambassador), David Wiese, Mohammad Hafeez (both Diamond), Abdullah Shafique, Harry Brook, Phil Salt (all Gold), Ahmed Daniyal, Dean Foxcroft, Sohail Akhtar, Kamran Ghulam, Zeeshan Ashraf (all Silver), Maaz Khan, Zaman Khan (both Emerging), Samit Patel and Syed Faridoum Mehmood (all Silver) (Supplementary)

Multan Sultans

The final team Tim David, Mohammad Rizwan, and Rilee Rossouw (all Platinum), Imran Tahir (Mentor), Odean Smith (both Diamond), Sohaib Maqsood (Diamond), Khushdil Shah (Brand Ambassador), Shahnawaz Dahani, and Shan Masood (all Gold), Anwar Ali, Asif Afridi, Imran Khan Snr, Rumman Raees Rovman Powell (all Silver), A (Supplementary)

Peshawar Zalmi

The final team Hazratulah Zazai, Liam Livingstone, Wahab Riaz (all Platinum), Haider Ali, Sherfane Rutherford, Shoaib Malik (all Diamond), Hussain Talat (Gold), Saqib Mahmood (Gold, Brand Ambassador), Usman Qadir (Gold), Arshad Iqbal, Kamran Akmal (Mentor), Salman Irshad, Sameen Gul, Tom Kohler-Cad (both Supplementary)

Quetta Gladiators

The final team James Vince, Jason Roy, and Sarfaraz Ahmed (all Platinum), Iftikhar Ahmed, James Faulkner, and Mohammad Nawaz (all Diamond), Shahid Afridi (Mentor), Mohammad Hasnain (Brand Ambassador), Naseem Shah (all Gold), Ben Duckett, Khurram Shehzad, Naveen-Ul-Haq, Sohail Tanvir, and Umar Akmal (all Silver), Abdul Wahid (Supplementary)

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