The latest edition of the Caribbean Premier League is set to take off from August 26 — a look at where to watch CPL 2021 live, including TV telecast and streaming details.
Defending champions Trinbago Knight Riders will take on Guyana Amazon Warriors in the opening fixture of CPL 2021 on 26 August, shortly after West Indies complete their ongoing series against Pakistan. The tournament is set to be played until September 15 according to the latest update, moved back by four days from the initial date announced due to clashes with the IPL 2021 fixtures.
The full list of CPL 2021 fixtures can be found here.
The tweak in the schedule also saw the start date moved forward by a couple of days with the CPL originally scheduled to begin from August 28. Six teams are set to compete in the ninth edition – Barbados Royals (name changed this season), Guyana Amazon Warriors, Jamaica Tallawahs, St Kitts and Nevis Patriots, St Lucia Kings (name changed this season), and Trinbago and Tobago Knight Riders. This year, St Kitts & Nevis will host all 33 matches at Warner Park.
CPL 2021: Live streaming and TV details
Matches will be held at 10am, 2.30pm and 7pm local time.
BT Sport will broadcast the CPL 2021 matches in the United Kingdom, while fans in New Zealand can watch the game on Sky Sport NZ.
Willow TV will be showing the 33 matches from the 2021 edition of the tournament in the United States of America. The Caribbean region is covered by SportsMax TV.
FanCode has exclusive rights to matches in West Indies and will live stream the CPL 2021 matches on their streaming platform in India.
The matches will also be telecast on TV in India on the Star network – Star Sports 1, Star Sports 1 HD, Star Sports 1 Hindi and Star Sports 1 Hindi HD.
Fox Sports will provide live coverage of CPL 2021 in Australia.
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