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UAE vs Afghanistan T20I Series: When And Where To Watch, Live Streaming And TV Broadcast Details

Starting on 16th February, the United Arab Emirates will host Afghanistan for a three-match T20I series. All the games would happen in Abu Dhabi. Here, we take a look at the streaming and TV broadcast details of the UAE vs Afghanistan T20I Series.

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UAE is a team that is gradually developing. Recently, a few of the cricketers gained exposure with their participation in the International League T20. With this tournament, they interacted with some of the finest cricketers in the game. The board will hope that this experience will help them perform well in the international arena.

On the other hand, it will be the first international assignment for the Afghans. Recently, they had a series cancelled against Australia. Afghanistan has always been a promising side but has somehow remained inconsistent. It will be a good challenge for them against UAE. Of course, with players like Rashid Khan in the side, they would obviously be the favourites. In fact, the Afghans could even win this series 3-0.

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Which TV Channel will telecast UAE vs Afghanistan T20I Series in India?

In India, fans can watch the games on FanCode. A subscription price will have to be paid to enjoy the services. This service is available both on mobile application and also on website.

Which TV Channel will telecast UAE vs Afghanistan T20I Series in UAE and Afghanistan?

In Afghanistan, it has been confirmed that RTA Sport will bring the action of the upcoming series. However, there is no confirmed news, as yet, about the telecast and streaming details in the UAE. Fans will have to remain updated through the official Twitter account of the Emirates Cricket Board.

When will UAE vs AFG start?

In India, the games will start at 7:30 PM. While in the UAE, the matches would begin at 6 PM, in Afghanistan, the fans can start viewing the match at 6:30 PM.

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