With another cricket series that begins on June 2nd, 2022, we have Kuwait Six Nations T20 Festival 2022. The contest is conducted under the Kuwait Cricket Board. As the name of the series is Six Nations T20 it is understood that there will be six participating nations that will be playing the T-20 cricket format of the game. The matches will be played in Kuwait, as they will be hosting this year.
All the matches which have been scheduled will be held at Sulaibiya Cricket Ground. With a total number of 19 matches played, the finals of the series will be played on June 10. The six participating teams are Afghanistan XI, Bangladesh XI, India XI, Kuwait XI, Sri Lankan XI, and Pakistan XI. So let’s have a look at the details of this series here, Kuwait Six Nations T20 Festival 2022 TV Channels, Live Streaming Details, Full Schedule, And Squads All You Need To Know.
Kuwait Six Nations T20 Festival 2022 TV Channels, Live Streaming Details.
Since the matches have been scheduled to be played at Salaibiya Cricket Ground in Kuwait, there will be cricket livers who will be willing to have a look at this series too. So for the convenience of the cricket fans, the organizers have decided to live the stream of the matches on Fan code. There will only be online streaming of the matches and no telecasting on any channel in India.
Kuwait Six Nations T20 Festival 2022 Full Schedule.
Since there are going to be six teams participating, each team will play the other team at least once, in a single round-robin format. After the 15 matches are done in the league stage, we will have the top four teams playing for the finals and the trophy. Have a look at the schedule of the series below.
Thursday, June 2
Afghanistan XI vs Sri Lankan XI – 6:00 PM IST
India XI vs Kuwait XI – 9:30 PM IST
Friday, June 3
Pakistan XI vs Bangladesh XI – 1:00 AM IST
India XI vs Pakistan XI – 6:00 PM IST
Afghanistan XI vs Bangladesh XI – 9:30 PM IST
Saturday, June 4
Kuwait XI vs Sri Lankan XI – 1:00 AM IST
India XI vs Bangladesh XI – 6:00 PM IST
Kuwait XI vs Afghanistan XI – 9:30 PM IST
Sunday, June 5
Sri Lankan XI vs Pakistan XI – 1:00 AM IST
Bangladesh XI vs Sri Lankan XI – 7:30 PM IST
India XI vs Afghanistan XI – 11:00 PM IST
Monday, June 6
Pakistan XI vs Afghanistan XI – 7:30 PM IST
Kuwait XI vs Bangladesh XI – 11:00 PM IST
Tuesday, June 7
Kuwait XI vs Pakistan XI – 7:30 PM IST
India XI vs Sri Lankan XI – 11:00 PM IST
Wednesday, June 8
Quarter-final – 11:00 PM IST
Thursday, June 9
Semi-final – 11:00 PM IST
Friday, June 10
Third-place play-off – 5:30 PM IST
Final – 9:00 PM IST.
What are the Squads of the teams? Kuwait Six Nations T20 Festival 2022.
Here we have the list of all the players representing the teams that they represent. Have a look at these players.
Afghanistan XI: Abdul Hanan, Asmat Ullah-I, Bahram Saleh, Basir Khan, Mires Masoom, Fareed Sayed, Irfan Sultanzai, Muhammad Yousef, Mohammad Meer, Mano Haji, Fazal Haq-I, Rafiliah Sayed, Nasser Hussain, Muhammad Rasul, Muhammad Nawaz-I, Abdur Rehman-I, Moladad Safi, Din Muhammad, Wali Khan, Sayed Moniz.
Bangladesh XI: Abdul Motaleb, Bathsha Helal Uddin, Abdullah Al Mamun-I, Anik Ahmed-I, Al AminAlias Miah, Nazmul, Mohammed Bulbul Ahmed, Mohammad Sabbir, Md Shohel Rana, Mohammed Harun, Murshid Mustafa, Sharif Miah, Saiful Islam-II, Saidul Islam-I, Shahinul Islam, Mohammed Sumon, Rubel Hossain-I, Sujon Miah, Touhidul Islam-I, Yousuf Mohiuddin,
India XI: Ilyas Ahmed, Clinto Velookkara Anto, Nawaf Ahmed, Nimish Lathif, Edson Silva, Danish Javed, Meet Bhavsar, Nawaf Mystique, Nasir Nasir, Arjun Narayanankutty, Parvinder Kumar, Muhammed Sarah, Mohammad Shafeeq, Shiraz-Khan, Diju Xavier, Praveen Rajagopalrao, Jomin Joseph, Usman Ghani, Yasin Patel, Nithin Saldana.
Kuwait XI: Abdulrahman Dashti, Alkandari Abdulrahman, Ali Abdulrazzalk, Abdullah Zaheer, Bastaki Abdullah, Bastaki Fahad,Beidas Tareq, Bastaki Mahmoud, Eissa Jassim, Faisal Ghofran, Mohamded Toufiq, Salman Albahrani, Sami Al-Mulla, , Mohamed Raashi Basha, Nasser Almatar, Abdul Jabbar-I, Muzammil Khalid, Ibrahim Al-Dhabyan, Yousef Al-Zaid, Mohammad-Bastaki.
Pakistan XI: Asif Nawaz, Bilal Tahir, Adnan Idrees, Saad Khalid, Naveed Fakhr, Mirza Ahmed, Shahrukh Quddus, Khalid Ghori, Muhammad-Kashif, Muhammad Ameen Ejaz Ahmad, Ahsan Ul Haq, Butt, Sibtain Raza Shah, Harron Shahid, Ali Zaheer Udin, Imran Ali, Muhammad Burhan, Abdul Hasses-II, Usman Waheed, Muhammad Khalid Yaqub.
Sri Lankan XI: Alankara Asanka Silva, Atheef Gafoot, Ahilan Ratnam, Ashen Sangeeth, Jandu Hamoud, Shehan Shashika, Mohamed Simsan, Mohamed Shafran, Ravindu Sanjeewa, Mohammed-Aslam, Priyakanth Harichchandra, Indika Sanjeewa, Manjula Prasan, Pradeep Vasantha-Kumarana, Sabni Unais, Thisara Hewavitharana, Madusha Malshan, Riyas Mohamed, Ravija Sandaruwan, Sasanka Wishwajith,