India vs Pakistan, T20 World Cup 2022: When and where to watch in US, UK, Canada & other countries

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  • India and Pakistan will compete in the 16th match of ICC Men's T20 World Cup 2022 on Sunday, October 23.

  • The most-awaited clash of the tournament will be broadcasted live across the globe.

India vs Pakistan, T20 World Cup 2022: When and where to watch in US, UK, Canada & other countries
India vs Pakistan, T20 World Cup 2022 (Photo Source: Twitter)
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India and Pakistan are all set to cross-swords at the iconic Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) on Sunday, October 23. The start time for the much-awaited match of the tournament is 7:00 pm local/8:00 am GMT/1:30 pm IST.

Both teams have battled in three T20I matches over the last two years, with Babar & Co. winning two of them. Pakistan won the T20 World Cup 2021 contest against India by 10 wickets. Earlier this year, the two teams won a game each during their meetings at the Asia Cup 2022.

Fans across the globe are excited to witness another India versus Pakistan encounter in 2022.

Here are the broadcast and live streaming details for the match:

  • India & rest of the Indian sub-continent (excluding Pakistan and Bangladesh): Star Sports
  • Australia: Fox Sports, Kayo
  • New Zealand:Sky Sport
  • Pakistan: PTV & ARY Digital Networks
  • Bangladesh: Gazi TV, Rabbithole
  • Canada: Willow, Hotstar
  • United Kingdom: Sky Sports
  • USA: Willow, ESPN+
  • USA (Central & South America and Mexico): ESPN+
  • Caribbean: ESPN
  • Sub Saharan Africa: SuperSport
  • Singapore: StarHub
  • Malaysia: Astro, YuppTV
  • Hong Kong: Now TV, YuppTV
  • PNG, Fiji & Pacific Islands: PNG Digicel
  • Rest of the World (Continental Europe, SE Asia & Central /South America): Yupp TV

Captain’s corner:

“If the situation demands that it’s a shorter game, we will be ready for that, as well. A lot of the guys have played such kinds of games before, and they know how to manage themselves in a situation like that where you are getting ready for a 40-over game and then suddenly it’s a 20-over game for both sides, 10 overs each or 5 overs each. Luckily, we played one game in India against Australia which was an 8-over game.” – India captain Rohit Sharma believes his team is ready for any weather-enforced contingencies.

“He’s played here and he knows the conditions here, it’s his home ground in the Big Bash League. So he’s passed on quite a bit of information to the bowlers, and to the batters too. The way he’s improved as a bowler, the way he’s leading. He didn’t let us feel the pinch of Shaheen’s absence. And he’ll be a big help” – Pakistan skipper Babar Azam is glad about receiving MCG intel from  Haris Rauf.

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