India Vs Bangladesh T20 WC 2022 Live Streaming on Star Sports, Hotstar and GTV

India Vs Bangladesh T20 WC 2022 Live Streaming on Star Sports, Hotstar and GTV

The 35th Match of the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup from Group 2 (N) will be played between Bangladesh vs. India in Adelaide on November 02, 2022. Match will start at 1;30 PM IST.

In their previous match against the Proteas, India encountered some problems as Lungi Ngidi exploited the Perth pitch relatively well. Rohit Sharma, Virat Kohli, and Hardik Pandya got out trying to pull the ball, while KL Rahul and Deepak Hooda were loose outside the off-stump.

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Bangladesh won against the Netherlands and Zimbabwe but got crushed by South Africa. Bangladesh have still chances to get into the semi-finals if they keep their winning run against India also.

Ind vs SA TV telecast and live streaming info

Star Sports will be telecasting the match live in India with live stream on

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Viewers in Bangladesh can watch the match live on GTV, BT, and live online on Rabbithole App. Pakistan fans can watch the match online on PTV sport’s official website and the ARY ZAP app.

Country TV channels / Broadcasting rights
India and subcontinent Sony Ten, Star Sports,
UK Sky Sports Cricket
South Africa SuperSport
United States Willow TV
Canada ATN Cricket Plus
Pakistan Ten Sports Pakistan
Bangladesh Gazi TV (GTV)
Afghanistan Moby TV, RTA Sports
MENA Country OSN Cricket HD
Malaysia Astro Cricket HD


Pitch and conditions


The Adelaide Oval is traditionally a high-scoring ground in the Big Bash, especially under lights. Sides batting first have averaged 170 batting first in night games. The problem, however, is that there’s a rain forecast for the evening.

Bangladesh captain Shakib Al Hasan is optimistic ahead of the big game and expects to make a big upset by winning today, Cricinfo quoted him as saying, “India is the favorite team, they came here to win the World Cup. We are not favorites, we didn’t come here to win the World Cup.
“We know very well that if we win against India, it will be called an upset. We will try to play our best cricket, and try to make an upset.”
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