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Bangladesh vs Australia 1st T20 Live Streaming, AUS vs BAN 2021

When and How to Watch AUS vs BAN 1st T20 2021 Live Streaming, Bangladesh vs Australia 

Australia is set to play the first T20 international match against Bangladesh at Sher-E-Bangla National Stadium. Sky Sports and BT Sports to broadcast the live coverage of BAN vs AUS 1st T20 match 2021 live streaming in the UK. Willow TV and YuppTV telecast the 1st T20I between Australia and Bangladesh in the USA and its territory.

Star Sports, Sony Ten, SonyLiv, and Disney+ Hotstar are the official broadcasting TV channels in India to provide the live coverage of the 1st T20I match between Australia vs Bangladesh in India and its subcontinent. GTV, Rabbitholebd YouTube, T-Sports, and BANTECH are the official digital media partners and will provide the live telecast of all the matches Australia Tour of Bangladesh 2021 in Bangladesh.

Flow Sports holds the rights to telecast the matches of the AUS Tour to BAN 2021 in the Caribbean while SuperSport acquires the broadcasting rights in Sub-Saharan South Africa. Sky Sports NZ and Spark Sports hold digital media rights in the New Zealand and MENA Countries.

 

Australia vs Bangladesh 2021 Live Telecast and Broadcasting TV Channels

India: Star Sports

South Africa: SuperSport

Caribbean: Flow Sports

Australia: Fox Sports

USA: Willow TV

New Zealand: Sky Sport

The UK: BT Sport

 

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Match Preview:

In the midst of the deadly corona, two more international series were held in Bangladesh, but this year’s Australia series is completely different. Strict measures have been taken in the rules and regulations of the field starting from the quarantine of the players. The new rules centered on the five-match T20 series are quite surprising. If a ball hitting a six in a match falls into the gallery, it will no longer be used.

The umpires usually change the ball when it is old. Or even if the ball is lost, a new quality ball is given as new. However, there is no precedent in cricket for changing the ball when it is worn in the gallery. That is the Bangladesh-Australia series.

The five-match T20 series starts on Tuesday (August 3). Spectators are not allowed to enter any match of the series starting from 6 pm. Even the movement of journalists has been controlled. The field workers who are staying in the gallery are also in the bio-protection environment.

Even in such an environment, if the batsmen of the two teams hit the ball in the gallery, they will not play with it. Another ball of near quality will be given instead. In that case, the ball may change frequently.

According to a BCB source, the decision was taken in compliance with the bio-bubble protocol in the Corona situation. If the ball goes to the gallery, it will not be allowed to play even if it is sanitized. In that case, another new ball of nearby quality will be given.

However, the ball of one match going to the gallery can be used in another match. In that case, also the ball will be well sanitized and prepared. The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) has accepted Australia’s demand as an extra precaution in the Corona situation.

 

Match Details
  • Date: August 03, 2021
  • Day: Tuesday
  • Match: Bangladesh vs Australia, 1st T20I
  • Venue: Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium, Dhaka
  • Time: 5:00 PM, 12:00 PM GMT / 06:00 PM LOCAL
  • TV Channel: Willow TV 

 

Australia squad for T20Is:

Josh Philippe, Mitchell Starc, Mitchell Swepson, Ashton Agar, Wes Agar, Alex Carey, Andrew Tye, Matthew Wade, Adam Zampa, Josh Hazlewood, Moises Henriques, Mitchell Marsh, Ben McDermott, Dan Christian, Riley Meredith, Ashton Turner, Jason Behrendorff.

 

Bangladesh T20I squad:

Mahmudullah (c), Shakib Al Hasan, Nurul Hasan, Taskin Ahmed, Shoriful Islam, Taijul Islam, Mohammad Naim, Mohammad Saifuddin, Mustafizur Rahman (fitness permitting), Afif Hossain, Rubel Hossain, Mohammad Mithun, Mosaddek Hossain, Soumya Sarkar, Shamim Hossain, Nasum Ahmed, Mahedi Hasan.

 

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